I don’t like to name my style. It was formed gradually. I started with a simple watercolor and moved into a mix of realism and watercolor. Over time, I started adding other objects, such as comics, graffiti, and cartoon characters. And now it is a mix of many objects together, which is difficult to give any one name. It is a great pleasure for me to travel the world and participate in various conventions. Conventions are a great opportunity to communicate, share experiences, and just meet old friends.
My most important rule in work is to make it juicy and beautiful. The tattoo should adorn the body, and not in any way harm, so each of my designs is created specifically for each person, taking into account their wishes and my vision. For me, a tattoo is a way to color people’s minds, to liberate them a little, to show the bright colors of this world. Skin is an amazing material, and every tattoo is a special story.