If your idea of a tattoo is the Belen’s butterfly, you can stop reading here. No hard feelings, I hope, but for a moment we must put aside all the dolphins, Japanese’s letters, stars, swallows, lotus flowers and your damn infinity’s symbols with the “bff” inscription dedicated to your little best friend which, in the end, cheated you with your boy.
There it is, now we put away all the platitudes that you have tattooed with your mothers’ money during your adolescence and watch the Ondrash tattoos that are art, but real art.
Free from any desire of realism, the Ondrash’ tattoos are full of pastry color brushstrokes, they look like rough patches but very intense thanks to which the bodies become watercolor paintings and, especially, they are very far from standard tattoos.
It is, therefore, evident how those splashes of color, those uncertain and random lines, are actually the result of an infinite care, a careful study of every single detail.
Ondrash (that I’m sure, is also called Tattoo) lives and works in a small town in the Czech Republic, Znojmo, where he receives only one person per day because of the attention he puts in every work: every person who goes to his studio leave there a piece of himself.
Ondrash feeds of its clients’ stories; he listens to them, he processes them and only at the end he creates an ad hoc tattoo based on the experience of each.
Now, before to look at all the tattoo’s photos, I tell you the important things, the one that interest you seriously: the Ondrash tattoos doesn’t cost much, it seems that for the entire back he ask about 700 Euros (in Italy we get to 2000 and it goes even further), but the waiting list is very long, so if you want to be tattooed by him, you will have to write here, and waiting for an automatic e-mail, in a strange English, and really have a lot of patience.