Tattoo Style and Design

I always want you to go through my portfolio before booking your tattoo session. Since everyone has a way of designing and tattooing, my tattoo style and design must be what you are looking for for your particular tattoo project.
My style inspiration is both horror and the gothic horror universe, where one can often draw parallels to the old horror movies and artists like Beksinski and Lovecraft's tales.

I work freehand, which means that the design is drawn directly on the body with markers to follow the body's flow and movement. In addition, this will help to create a unique tattoo, which is made directly for the location and your body.
You will be able to see an example of this below:

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From there, I bring the images I have on my mind to life directly on your skin. Therefore, you must describe your ideas and thoughts as well as possible. In that way, I can more easily visualize the design.

My technique is rooted in classic realism drawing, which means that my style is composed of realistic shadows and details. My previous years of charcoal drawing have made me bring this dark visual look into my tattoos. My style, therefore, has a good mix of darkness, realism details, movement, and at the same time few graphic elements, which together create what I see as the perfect recipe to give my designs the expression and durability that I want from a tattoo.

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Ready to Book Your Session?

I strongly recommend that you make your initial preparation to your best abilities before booking a tattoo session. To help you get a head start, I've put together a portfolio showing my work and a list of frequently asked questions on my FAQ page. Here, you can immerse yourself in the necessary information, read more about my tattoo style and prepare before and after a tattoo session with me.