We’ve all seen our fair share of impressive tattoos. These days the tattoo possibilities are pretty much endless and tattoo artists worldwide are pushing the limits of what can be done on skin.

One of the new tattoo trends that is really stretching the artistic boundaries is represented by double exposure tattoos – a style that lets you you kill multiple designs with one needle. Basically, a double exposure tattoo is the transposition on skin of the homonym photographic technique.

While this method has been used in photography for some time now, it is just starting to gain traction in the body art scene, and it’s not hard to see why people are loving these delightful double exposed designs. Double exposure tattoos can make true custom ink for people wanting something poetic, original and superb.

One of the artists who have the skills to execute such a style is Arlo DiCristina – a young tattooist based in Grand Junction, Colorado who is truly mastering the art of composition.

DiCristina specializes in surrealism and works mainly in black and gray – his morphing portraits with double exposure effects have become viral sensations on social media.

Take a good look at Arlo’s work below and be sure to check out his Instagram if you like what you see and discover more of his beautiful double exposure tattoos.

double exposure tattoos by Arlo DiCristina (1A)

face morph tattoo by Arlo DiCristina (2)

amazing ragnar tattoo by Arlo DiCristina with double exposure effects (3)

Atomic Solar System Tattoo - Double Exposure Tattoo (4)

double exposure tattoos by Arlo DiCristina (2)

double exposure tattoos by Arlo DiCristina (3)




face morph tattoo by Arlo DiCristina (4)

double exposure tattoo by Arlo DiCristina (5)

tattoo by Arlo DiCristina (6)

double exposure tattoo by Arlo DiCristina (7)

tattoo by Arlo DiCristina (8)

face morph tattoo by Arlo DiCristina (9)

tattoo by Arlo DiCristina (10)

tattoo by Arlo DiCristina (11)

If you want to find out more about double exposure tattoos, check out our previous article here.