You know his work immediately: bold, bright red ink, super clean tattooing, and designs that somehow manage to put a disturbing twist on cartoons that were already disturbing to begin with. Enter Uve's surreal void of pop culture icons and noir infused graphic designs.
How did you get into tattooing? Was it always what you wanted to do?
The variety in your work is really diverse and inspiring. Although pop culture is clearly a piece of what motivates you, who are the artists that you look up to?
What is it like working at Ondo Tattoo with so many talented artists? What is the tattoo community like in Barcelona?
Many tattoo artists have philosophies about the rules of tattooing, as well as the importance of the history and future of tattooing. Do you have a philosophy of your own, and if so what is it?