Natsi Tattoo


 

How long have you been tattooing and how did you start your tattooing journey?

 

I have been tattooing for 7 years. I was 17 years old when I fell in love with a guy. I came to him on his a working day in a shop, saw how he was tattooing and then I decided: I need it! I want to learn how to do the same! But unfortunately, my parents didn’t support me. And only after 5 years I could start tattooing.

 


 

Do you remember what was the first tattoo you did? If so, tell us what it was and for who.

 

Yes, of course. My first customer was а guy who taught me to tattoo. Haha, it was a weird spiral, I did it on that guy’s arm. I was scared when I did it, it turned out very badly. But the guy calmly reassured me he told me not to be sad, he will soon paint this arm in blackwork anyway. 

 


 

Please, tell us about your current tattoo style and how it has changed over the years.

 

My style …. Sounds strange.  Because it’s not mine) Quite a lot of people work in this style. It has no name.  It most of all looks like an individual style, but originally it came from the art technique – the polygon.  These are pictures made of geometric shapes (square, circle, rectangle, triangle, incomprehensible shape, etc.), it’s like a mosaic.  I was inspired by many artists who had this style, then when I started to do something similar, I began to experiment.  Somewhere I added glitches, in other words, I used the double exposure effect, but now I am guided by paper hand-made.

 


 

Does anyone or anything inspire you?

 

Summer inspires me haha) This is so strange, but I have a huge flow of energy, inspiration, and ideas. It is in the summer season that I’m very productive and make confident steps in development. I urgently need to go to a hot country haha. 

 


 

Are there any tattoo artists who are extremely admirable to you? If so who?

 

Yes, of course!  There are many such people. But if I list them all, you have to cut out my entire interview, haha. I’d rather not name anyone, there are too many of them.

 


 

Do you have any memorable tattoo story or a customer that has stuck with you through all the time you have been tattooing?

 

I don’t remember. There are many stories, but there is no one that stood out from all the stories, it’s hard for me to single out one story.

 


 

Is there any art form that fascinates you also except tattooing? Maybe do you have any other passion or something that you really enjoy doing? 

 

Oh … I have many interests, but, unfortunately, I can’t do all this, because there is no time and opportunity for it. I like to paint in oils, sometimes I try to make paper things from my sketches, and I also really love to cook beautiful breakfasts like in restaurants. I also go in for sports and compete in fitness bikini.  Now I’m planning to open my own clothing 

 


 

Do you like visiting or exhibiting at tattoo conventions? Would you recommend any of them?

 

I don’t like either one or the other, haha. I don’t like to visit them because it’s boring. The organizers create a good atmosphere for the artists, not the audience. Although the audience is no less important than the artists. We need something new, original, but this is not.  Every convention runs the same, everything is the same.  I also don’t like being a member. I have little chance of taking anything. There are many tattoo artists who will do a larger and more complex job than mine. But still, 2 times a year I take part, for development, new acquaintances with artists. 

 


 

Any artist you planning to get tattooed by? Who has tattooed you already?

 

In the near future, I do not plan to get tattoos for myself, there are already a lot of them, and it damn well hurts.  I have tattoos from many people: Futrblacktattoo, Nikita Naumov, Ian Shakhmatov, Artem Britva, Misha Spokoyniy, Lesha Lauz, Andrey Flicker, Oleg Barrymore, Pozharsky, Amir Husky, Davi, and Anna Bravo.

 


 

What are your plans and dreams? If you think about yourself in 10 years, what do you see?

 

I dream of robbing banks haha ​​(kidding).  I dream of going to live in America, and by the way, I will do it in the near future.  And also to have your own business, just thinking about it now.  It’s hard to say where and what I will do in 10 years, this is a very long period of time.  My life is too unpredictable for this and it can change 180 degrees in one day.  I can see myself in the future, but only one day ahead. 

 


 

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