You may have already seen his work on the net. His style is very recognizable, with an exhaustive use of dotwork, geometrical patterns and perfect symmetry. Czapiga’s art is close to the art of engraving and vintage black and grey illustrations. He is attracted to nature, nordic mythology and surrealism.
Czapiga's tattoos are all very poetic and enigmatic. With smooth shadows and extremely fine details, they can fit both men and women. Here are some beautiful images of Kamil Czapiga’s work …
Mysterious yet tasty, this tattoo is based on an illustration of surrealist artist Maurits Cornelis Escher.
This Noh mask is really delicate, thanks to the dots.
Photos from Facebook.