Mr. Zart

New School/colora tattoo artist, with influences from graffiti and contemporary art

Graffiti writer since 1988, Zart started his adventure in the tattoo world in 2006. He can work with all types of styles, but the ones that he enjoys the most are new-school and colors, starting from his clients references and creating exclusive and unique designs, the goal being that each one has the tattoo that best suits their own idea.

Damaris Benito

Her designs stand out for the use of atypical and bright colors, related to pictorial art

Her identity is characterized by the prominence of color. Her studies in graphic design and illustration are reflected in her style. Her tattoos are closely related to pictorial art, unfinished lines, paint splashes, glazes, but always with a represented figuration. Her works stand out for the use of atypical and bright colors proposing a new reality different from the natural one that gives it a touch of fantasy and surrealism.

Oriol Lastiminute

Traditional American tattoo artist with contemporary influences

Oriol works with a traditional American tattoo base and technique but with contemporary influences, a style that resembles and moves away at the same time from classic tattooing and that takes on other sources such as illustration or painting.

Helena Loga

Tattoo artist from Barcelona, specialized in blackwork and drawn dot work, she likes to include dark and goth type of style into her pieces

After finishing her studies in classical art and drawing, she decided to start in the tattoo world, thanks to that, her work has a very detailed style with many nuances.

Henry Knight

New school tattoo artist, with great influences from the graffiti and illustration world

Henry comes from the graffiti and illustration world, and you can tell by his work, which he tries to adapt to tattooing as much as possible. His biggest influence is newschool, but as he evolves, he dives into more traditional styles, such as Japanese.

Stefano Phen

Realism and lettering sketch tattooer with graphic elements classic from graffiti always keeping the urban touch

The Italian graffiti artist since 1997 and tattoo artist since 2009 creates multi-style compositions mixing realism and sketch technique with letters and classic graphic elements of graffiti and street art while maintaining an urban flavor.


Her pieces are characterized by images with an illustrative base, also adapting it to a “sketch” type style

The most characteristic thing of her pieces is the illustrative background on them, also adapting them to a “sketch” type of style. She works both in black and white and in color, but her main style is a mixture of both concepts, focusing mainly on details and the fusion of those two aspects.