We usually take photos when we want to immortalise our family memories. Capturing photos of family members as they grow up may give us a lot of sweet reminiscences in the future. Today we Anomalous brought you a collection of realistic tattoo arts created by a tattoo artist named Karol Rybakowski.
Karol is an insanely gifted artist. He gives people the chance to have a tattoo of their family members, which looks realistic as a family portrait. We hope you will enjoy the following tattoo arts created by Karol.
Karol has been skeptical about tattoos at the beginning
Karol Ryabakowski is a tattoo artist who lives in Rybnik, Poland. He has been tattooing for more than 4 years. The hyper-realistic tattoo arts of Karol proves that he is an insanely gifted artist
He says, “My idea on the topic was that when I heard the word ’tattoo,’ it made me think as older people do, about prison or sweaty Harley riders.”
Karol has got his first job offer from a tattoo studio. However, he has refused and said that he wanted to be an art professor, not a tattooist. But later, he was convinced and has become fascinated with tattoo arts. So he wanted to try his realistic painting skills on human bodies. Karol also stated that his attractive salary is not why he began doing tattoo art.
We can see a unique attitude in his work
These stunning tattoo arts prove that Karol loves what he does. He has also stated that he doesn’t do it for anybody else. He does it for himself.
A good tattoo artist is also a good psychologist, Karol knows this for sure.
Unlike others, Karol has clients from hooligans to doctors and lawyers. He always tries to find the best approach for every client. What’s more interesting is that Karol’s studio is a place where everyone meets and is equal. It is also why Karol is more excited about his job.
Karol doesn’t insist on chatting and gets wholly concerned about the process if his clients don’t want to talk. However, if the clients wish to share their stories or to discuss any topic, Karol eagerly switches into the conversation mode.
Karol also has a different approach to the money he gets for his work. In an interview, he has told that he didn’t know what to do with the money initially. When he needs to settle the bill with a client, he feels hesitant and confused, he added.
Unlike many other artists, Karol doesn’t care about the money. He just loves to see and do art, which is why many people trust him to paint portraits of their loved ones on their bodies.
Would you ever consider getting a portrait of someone on your body? If so, who would it be? We would love to hear from you.