From my perspective, practicing the art of tattoo means venturing into new forms of expression, but without losing sight of the teachings of those who have developed this art before us. It is not just to make a perfect copy of something that already exists, but rediscover yourself and create a new visual vocabulary.
That is why for six years I have dedicated myself to draw every tattoo I 've done, creating my own lines and trying to take into account the possibilities and limits of this art: the skin, the body, its movement and its evolution over time and the life of people it self.
The skin is not a blank sheet of paper, it becomes part of my drawings, with predominantly red and black colors. In this way I try to represent the duality that characterizes many aspects of our existence such as: life and death, good and evil, love and hate, rebirth.
Our existence is not static, it changes very often and takes us from one end to another. This is my way of representing that there is always life after death and that great ideas and big dreams are timeless.
Good tattoos never go out of style!