Art Szymon Gdowicz, when tattoos meet painting
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Szymon Gdowicz, when tattoos meet painting

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Giulia Guido
Szymon Gdowicz | Collater.al 7

If Rit Kit has completely eliminated the preparatory drawing, for Szymon Gdowicz, known on Instagram as @szymgo, it remains a fundamental step.

Szymon was born in Poland and after having chosen a course of study focused on painting, thanks to one of his students, he approached the world of tattoos. Today, after years in which he refined his technique, he has become one of the best-known tattoo artists not only in Krakow, where he works at the Kult Tattoo Fest, but also nationally.

It can be said that szymgo has never abandoned his passion for painting, in fact, his masterpieces of ink remind us of the brushstrokes, given quickly and decisively, on the canvas. It can be said that szymgo has never abandoned his passion for painting, in fact, his masterpieces of ink remind us of the brushstrokes, given quickly and decisively, on the canvas. They are abstract forms, without outlines but characterized by vibrant colors, from orange to blue, from green to yellow, without, however, forgetting the black. Although they seem to be the result of an impulsive movement, Szymon gives great importance to the preparatory drawing, to the whole creative process that, only with the final step, has the realization of the tattoo.

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