Natalia Holub is a remarkably versatile artist who works in a variety of mediums, including drawings, linocuts, photos, and, of course, tattoos. Her work is both refined and delicate. With a few lines and dots, she pays tribute to nature and its fragile beauty. The Polish artist has a background in fine arts and graphic design which leads her to look for the simplest way to express art.
Over time, she has explored many mediums and techniques. However, the primitive power of nature is always a common trait of her work. When it comes to tattooing, she has chosen the handpoke technique and a very minimalistic style. The result is pure and exciting, and introverts will adore it.
Part of what makes Holub's minimalistic work so powerful is her knack for placement. She has a full understanding of the human body's natural curves and lines, and uses this knowledge to her advantage. From a delicate flower on the side, to a line portrait of London hidden on a person's instep, Holub places each tattoo perfectly.
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