Horishachi: Tattooist and Woodblock Collector
Horishachi has been collecting ukiyo-e since 2006 but he has been a traditional Japanese tattooist since 2001. His favorite Ukiyo-e artists are Yoshitoshi, and "the demon of painting" Kyosai.
Horishachi is especially interested by "irezumi" (in Japanese, irezumi literally means 'inserting ink') The Irezumi movement in the Edo period started with Kuniyoshi's 108 heroes of Suikoden. After that, Irezumi designs were created by many artists, notably Kunyoshi and Yoshitoshi.
You can view Horishachi's tattoo work and his excellent collection of paintings and ukiyo-e on his website at horishachi.com. He has some really nice tattooed prints by Yoshitoshi, Kuniyoshi, Kunisada, and Kunichika. You can also find him on Instagram @horishachi.