Dokino Art

4 EYES - Japanese Tattoo Pin - Limited Edition Collaboration Monica Motta x Dokino - Beautful Face Four Eyes Tattoo Design - Feminine Ink

Regular price $13.00 USD
Sale price $13.00 USD Regular price

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Between Tattoo Artist Monica Motta and Pin Designer Dokino

Monica Motta is a Brazilian Tattoo Artist based in New York City, Fleur Noire Tattoo shop
Please see her tattoo work at

This is her original design, we only made a very limited amount of Pins for now.

🌸Hard Enamel pin

🌸1.5 inches tall

🌸Black Nickel base

🌸 Comes with 2 locking backings

🌸 Free matching Waterproof Vinyl Sticker

Materials: hard enamel zinc alloy

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About Dokino Art: Dokino Art is an Asian woman-owned small business founded by a Mongolian illustrator and designer based in New York City. They specialize in creating beautiful, limited edition products that are inspired by their favorite things. Every detail is crafted with love and care, ensuring high quality and unique pieces for each order.
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