For the first time, looking at my work, I recognize myself.
And i smile !
At this point, I am leading my professional life at best, but frustration persists. My activity does not allow me to express my artistic creativity as I need it.
That's when I decide to take my flight and put me in search of an activity more in accordance with my passion.
The tattoo appeared to me naturally as the solution, being already registered in my universe. Indeed, my own tattoos came straight out of my little head. A lot of my friends also wear some of my artwork on their skin.
From my beginnings, it is the revelation ...
For me, this is a pure extension, a new drawing technique that I am happy to learn. I have the feeling of finally going to the end of my work with each of my works, from the conception to the realization on the skin.
The relationship with my clients also quickly takes an important place in my work.
When I start a project, it is essential for me to establish a bond of trust with the person I am tattooing. To know that we are on the same wavelength, to share my bubble, my universe with them.
I experiment with a lot of different techniques, get inspired by artists I love and thus hone my skills.
It is after returning from an "escape" abroad that I end up in my introspection.
I create a series of illustrations representing vegetated hearts and lungs, fruits of my feelings of the moment.
Result of my journey : since May 2019, I have discovered the joy of living from my passions :
the drawing, the tattoo and the sparkling eyes of my clients !
I bring my drawings to life !
I am made to tattoo !
Heart and lungs - Open Nest - 2014
From the scribbled comic characters of my childhood to the floral designs of today, here is a piece of my story.
As far as I can remember, I have always drawn. After a few years of drawing lessons, I started studying Interior Architecture in Saint-Luc. In particular, during my sketching lessons, I learn to be inspired by nature, fauna as well as flora.
It was at this time that my love of flowers was born… Did someone say “obsession”?
Once graduated, I start a long reflection on my artistic identity:
Who am I ? And how to express it through drawing?