Emily Copeland is a Canadian artist, specializing in realism. Mainly working with charcoal, she focuses on recreating objects on a larger scale.
Even though in any art work, color is always considered a representation of the utmost beauty, simplicity, eloquence and even uniqueness will only be found in black and white. But when it comes to tattoo art, black and white means black and grey. If that’s the case, is color important?