I am trying to prove that yes – I will take my website more seriously and keep it as active as I can 🙂
I’ve been working on a very awesome project lately that I want to show you guys the progress of it. Katherina contacted me some years ago – we did a piece around her belly, and after, she decided that she wanted to extend towards both legs. The concept for this project is about life and death, so one side of her body represents life and the other, of course, will represent death (once we finish with one leg) She loves the beauty and the decay of the natural world and she trusted me with my vision for her transformation. It’s been a real pleasure of mine to start such a big, complex tattoo for her! We both are enjoying the process, even if it’s a long one… for me, as a tattoo artist, being able to push my own limits in a piece this big it’s what I enjoy the most of my work. If you want to cover a huge area of your body, don’t hesitate to write!
Remember that you can contact me via e-mail only to email@example.com. I am working in Berlin, at Das Kabinett.
Long time since that last piece I’ve decided to share with all the internet folks out there. Anyway, today I will let you know a little bit about my last tattoo trip, which I enjoyed a lot.
I did a guest spot some days ago at the tattoo studio Sissi got Inked in Vienna. That studio is one of the most cozyests shop I’ve been very lucky to work in. I worked alongside Konstanze, Kadaverism and Anni Richter, who apart from being super talented artists, they are great human beings. They made my staying super comfortable, making me feel part of their tattoo family. Thanks again guys for the hospitality!
The firsts two days at the studio, we made more progress on Philipp’s sleeve who came firstly one week before my travel to Vienna for starting his sleeve with me at Meatshop. Usually, I work making the first session all the solid line work properly -but because he wanted to do a tattoo marathon (basically) and take more than one session next to each other, we just sketched the stencil on his arm and then decided to finish it by parts so that way, his skin wasn’t getting too overworked and damaged. That way too, it wasn’t too painful for him! This time in Vienna, we got to do the lower part of his arm. Thank you dude for the great music, talks, and laughs. See you soon to keep working on this!
Apart from Phillipp’s sleeve, I was staying one more day at the shop that was filled from a piece from my flash. The piece was done on Dave, A super chilled dude who was a completely pleasure for me to work with too! Sorry about that awkward position you had to get through during the tattoo, you did amazing.
I will come back and for more days to do more tattoos for sure!!! Thanks to everyone who was interested in getting tattooed by me and couldn’t make it this time. If you are in Vienna or you are thinking about travelling for getting a piece -you have to come and spend some quality time at Sissi got Inked. Your tattoo experience will be in a relaxed enviorenment filled with good music, food, skulls, art and nice company.
It’s been long since my last post, but well, here you have me again. Life lately has been about only working as much as I can, and trying to figure it out how to present my work on social media. Finally I got a camera! (which I am still fightning with, trying to understand how to use it properly) and I also got some little time to type on this website and speak about my last piece with you.
This time I am going to show you this tattoo that was done on Carlos, who came all the way from London, desperately wanting to get this piece with me. I know, it’s weird, right? Like, who the hell travels that long to spend so much time with a weirdo like me. When he arrived to the shop -he looked like he just came from hell. It seems like he didn’t had any money for the plane ticket because he was spending it already on the tattoo, and decided to swim the atlantic ocean and then get to Barcelona with auto-stop. I’ve never met a customer that is that mad before (and also a bit creepy) Anyway, here is the result:
This piece was highly inspired on a leg I did some time ago with my boss (Peter Madsen) and it took us two full day sessions. I was pretty surprise that Carlos sat throught those two days properly, considerating the state that he came with to the shop. It ended up being a very good man. The only time he spoke with me was when we were finishing the second day -thank you Carlos for being so scary to work with.
Here you can check a little video of the piece too.