Alina at the edge of street ignorance, also known as a popular tattoo style. Bold lines, flat fillings, and simplified form. That's what you can expect from her.
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Alina completed an art high school in Gdynia. Her love affair with art has been ongoing for many years. While traditional drawing and painting were always close to her, they somewhat fell down the hierarchy. Alternative self-expression through tattooing seemed like a much more interesting option. Her fascination with tattoos initially manifested as a desire to have them on her own skin. Then it reached a new level—she wanted to create them on the skin of others. Almost simultaneously with uttering this thought out loud, an announcement appeared on the Sztorm's website about seeking an apprentice. And that's how our paths crossed.
She quickly immersed herself in the studio's atmosphere, rolled up her sleeves, and within a year, she became a "full-fledged" tattoo artist.
Although Alina's creative ideas cannot be described as minimalist, her works excel in black and simplicity. Her tattoos are based on strong contrast, and if she works with color, it is a delicate and balanced addition to the overall composition. She mainly creates smaller tattoos, but as a break from that. She willingly transfers something of a larger format onto your skin.
A significant portion of the tattoos she creates are her own designs. With high frequency, she posts free tattoo flash sheets on her Instagram profile, covering various themes, but often featuring trash, anime, magic, sex, and violence.
When she's not tattooing or creating new flash sheets, she plays games, listens to podcasts—mainly crime-related ones—reads books, with a focus on fantasy. She doesn't mind a good, old sci-fi, horror, thriller, or anime movie. She eagerly explores topics related to occultism, paganism, mythology, and legends. When the weather is good, she happily goes rollerblading.
Certainly, her disposition doesn't belong to the satanic category, in the stereotypical sense of the word. You'll see for yourself when she comes and greets you with the words "Elo mordo."
Alina developed her style, created at the edge of street ignorance, under Emil's guidance.