Please send all your inquiries in English to my email email@example.com
I don’t take requests via Instagram.
In your email please tell me:
• your name and where you are from
• city, where you would like to meet me for the tattoo (please check Guest spots section below to see my schedule)
• your idea
• approximate size (in cm) and placement
• some reference photos of the works you like
• please include a photo of the part of your body and circle approximate area for the tattoo
All this information is necessary for me to understand your idea, tell you approximate price, session duration and available dates.
I work only with my own sketches and in my style. I kindly ask you to send me a request only if my work really appeals to you. I will not be able to take your project if your request doesn’t include examples of my work or includes mainly other artists’ work.
If you feel that you trust me and you are ready to get a tattoo from me, and if I feel that I’m the right artist for your idea, we choose date and time. The deposit is needed to secure the spot.
We usually discuss everything online via email, a personal consultation before the appointment is not necessary.
I do not send the design before the appointment. There are always some nuances about the size/placement, etc, which I need to explain and to show, so it is easier and more convenient to discuss everything one more time personally during the appointment. Usually I prepare the outlines of the main flowers in advance and then add some elements with freehand, or do the project completely with freehand, so that we can place the tattoo in the most harmonious and nice way on the body.
🇩🇪 Düsseldorf - I’m based here, at the moment I’m taking bookings for spring 2024
🇳🇱 Amsterdam | January 2024 (closed, but you can join a waitlist for my next visit in late spring)
🇺🇸 NYC | February 2024 (closed)
🇺🇸 NYC | April 2024 (not open yet, you can join a waitlist to get notified)
Botanical theme is the main direction of my art. With thin linework and light shades I try to capture tenderness and elegance of plants and flowers. I like the harmony of a woman's body and gentle natural motives.
I love when tattoos are connected with the anatomy of the body, so I try to place each tattoo in the most harmonious way in order to create natural movement of the floral composition.
Botanical theme is the main direction of my art. With thin linework and light shades I try to capture tenderness and elegance of plants and flowers. I love the harmony of a woman's body and gentle natural motives.
I love when tattoos are connected with the anatomy of the body, so I try to place each work in the most harmonious way in order to create natural movement of the floral composition.
Each project is unique and the price of the project can be discussed only individually, as it depends on the idea, size and placement of the tattoo.
The design is included into the price of the tattoo.
My tattooing career began in 2017 in St.Petersburg, Russia. I have been drawing since childhood, and went to art school. I was always fascinated by graphic techniques and black and white images, and was always inspired by nature. I specialize in fineline black and grey floral works, my main focus is creating flowing with a woman’s body tattoos making it look natural.
At the moment I live in Düsseldorf, Germany, and work here most of the time. I also work in New York several times a year and travel around the world.
Tattooing gives me opportunities to create something beautiful and unique, combine work with traveling, meet people from all over the world. All of that inspires me every day 🤍
All the equipment and working surfaces are covered with special protection when in use. I use only disposable supplies (cartridges, caps for ink, protection for the tattoo machine etc). Cartridges are sterile and are always unpacked in front of the client.
I use certified pigments made in the USA:
Allegory BLAK Ink and World Famous Ink
🌿 100% Vegan
If you are afraid that you may be allergic to the pigment, you can take a look at the components on the manufacturer's website and consult your dermatologist.
Due to individual characteristics of the body the pigment heals differently with every person, and sometimes lines can slightly fade. If that happens, we tattoo those lines again - it's called touch up. In most cases it's not needed. At the appointment I always ask you to send me a picture of a healed work in one month after the session, so that we can see how the tattoo healed, and decide whether touch up is needed or not.
Creating a tattoo, the artist injects ink into the dermis. Above the dermis there is the upper layer of the skin - the epidermis. When the tattoo is healed we see it through the epidermis. The pigments that artists use now are of the highest quality and over time they do not turn blue. But due to the characteristics of the skin, its tan and so on the tattoo will not always look bright and black. Also on dry skin the tattoo looks dimmer therefore it is important to moisturize the tattoo regularly. And under the sun it is necessary to apply sunscreen cream all the time.