Hello, my name is Paweł for friends, Szu or Szubert, and I have been in the group of the good team of Zmora Tattoo Shop since March 2020. I started my adventure with tattoos a little over 4 years ago, when I decided to radically respond to the lack of satisfaction with the work done so far and terminated the contract in the corporation. I started my apprenticeship in a tattoo parlor, but I quickly realized that the observation of working artists was driving my hunger very much, so I decided to change the salon and without waiting any longer, start doing it. Today it’s been 3 years since I decorate human skin and draw from it unspeakable amounts of energy and passion. I had a passion for drawing since I was a child, and so throughout my education, drawing was my springboard from systemic life. I haven’t graduated from any art school, but in my heart I felt that I would never give it up. Feeling this way, I was doing everything but not what would really let me spread my wings. This way, love and passion for drawing turned into my lifestyle and it turned my existence 180 degrees. In my work, I attach great importance to the relationship with the client, I make every effort to ensure that the person who gives me his skin to decorate is sure that what we create together will be what he expects and even something more .. smile and joy of those beings who gave away my skin after finishing work is something for me that drives me more. A tattoo is a very important ceremony, it is giving a part of yourself to the other person forever and it works both ways. I love it. I draw inspiration from art, people, nature, events and my own emotions with good music. I like to mix different styles with each other, I don’t like to be confined to rigid defined frames. I like to tattoo designs that consist of various complex or completely minimalist elements, combine graphic accents with sketchy or realistic elements. It gives me great pleasure to combine geometric rosettes with floral elements. My heart steals from the neo-traditional style on which I focus my attention now because it combines traditions, attention to detail and leaves room for mixing other styles. I always approach people who trusted my work individually and I attach great importance to our communication during the development of patterns.