Elegant Greyscale Tattoos By Polish Tattoo Artist Kamil Czapiga


Polish tattoo artist Kamil Czapiga takes a different approach when it comes to tattoos. He actually creates stunning works of art in just black ink.


He incorporates pointillist techniques in his designs, creating a unique look that’s almost instantly recognizable as his.


The imagery that inspires his designs includes everything from antique prints and folk music to fantasy worlds and fairy tales to Slavic mythology and native spirituality. He also regularly tattoos images of wildlife, often combined with abstract and stylized imagery.


Because of his popularity, he’s not even accepting new bookings at the moment, though you can follow his work on Facebook.


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