The Butterfly Effect: Tattoos by Polish Artist Aldona Szery.
If you look closely at the first image , you may see more than just butterflies. Polish artist Aldona Szery tattoos in a way that mimics drawing, painting, and graphic novel illustration. She predominantly inks in black and red, which are two of the first colors used in art in the Stone Age, and clearly these pigments still look great together.
“How do they say about themselves: team tatuatorsko-hardcore – a combination of tattooed women and stabbing drummer. Mixer came to Aldona because he wanted to tattoo … Aldona hit the Mixer because she wanted to tattoo. You can say ironic, but from the first session, they knew that they wanted both lightly overturn the world upside down. Create something unconventional! The idea of studying born spontaneously. One day I came to the conclusion that they want to pursue in what they love the most. KEY! Become independent and free by creating something unique … So yes … from beginning to end. They are both confident! That only through the idea of creating with passion and passionate in creating .. allow them to create something unique.
And so at the end of 2008 was established Szerytattoo copyright tattoo studio in the heart of Warsaw.”
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