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Three ways to hatch good ideas and maybe even get a glance at the future


Sometimes I think I can appear fuzzy and new age in more than one way. This explanation I will give is probably right up there in that category.

For as long as I can remember I have always been creative and had many dodgy ideas that I thought the decision to implement. To 90%, I also actually implement them. For obstinacy and stubbornness is another move I perfected. This is sort of a family trade mark as well. I’d Like to say that we are since the thirteenth century  long decending line of of tenacious and stubborn fools.

Anyway, I have over the years come to the conclusion that there are three special occasions when I “hatch” good ideas and … here goes fuzzy, get a revelation of how things might look in the future. I know, it sounds absolutely stark raving crazy, but I stand by my statement. Because I’ve been through this enough times to stop being skeptical. Yes, exactly … skepticism is one other characteristic of my family have mastered pretty damn well.

The first way that I hatch ideas is when I take a brisk walk and listen to good music. I do not know how many times a lock is released, or a new idea has popped up during a walk. There’s something about the monotonous pattern of movement and the relaxing music that simply becomes a perfect combination.

The other way is to go to the gym and work out hard. Again, it may help to listen to my own music. But I do not think it’s the music that matters most in this position, but the chemical explosion of dopamine, serotonin, adreanlin etc etc that acts as a kind of redemptive elixir. I’m definitely not the only one to experience how incredibly well it can work to train really hard when you have stress and anger built up in the body. A good workout usually almost always fix it. But for me, it also gives birth to new creative ideas during the workout.

The third, and the “fuzzy” way is not really something I can influence, and which I also do not want to affect. Because it occurs almost always when I’m sick and have a fever. It all reveals itself as a kind of waking dream. A very strange and fragmentary cut scene that plays in my mind. It’s almost like when you dream when you’re asleep, and you wake up fully convinced that it is true. Likewise, it will be for me when I have severe fever. Many probably think, sure, but it is only the brain that is overheating and reacts strangely. I would agree to a large extent, but it is a fact that I’ve seen right unbacked things since proven to be true. Though I should add that most of the times I have actually taken my “visions”, and simply implemented them. But sometimes, there have been things that I have not been able to realize itself … but the vision has a lot of fragemnts that become a reality. It is just THAT is the fuzzy and inexplicable. It could be som kind of fucked up DejaVu, I don’t know. and it scares the living crap out of me when I understand that I’ve been right.

I was a stomach ill last week and had a roller coaster of fever spikes, and during one of these so I got one of those strange revelation. It has nothing to do with the Tattoo Art Project, or 10 Songs For A Life, but it gave me a small and very rough hint about where I will find myself in the future.
However, I also managed to take a walk this saturday, and that short walk gave me a very clear insights  how I will solve the problem of designing my digital podium to be used for the art exhibition “10 songs from a life.” So I was actually very happy when I realized that I complicated things about the design way to much before. Instead it became very clear that simplicity is often the smartest and best way to go.

So that’s the “easy” way I am now going to follow, at least for a while … before I start to complicate things again!

Tattoo artist Niki Norberg from Sweden, brings kick ass realism to Tattoo Art Project


The Swedish tattoo artist Niki Norberg is definitely no rookie in the industry, and have been tattooing since 2001. He has previously worked in the well reputed Heidi Hay Studio, and have in 2012 started to work in another very well reputed studio, Wicked Tattoo along with another incredible tattoo artist and studio owner Carl Löfqvist.

Niki’s specialty is realism, and there is no doubt that he mastered the genre extremely well. Perhaps his favorite to do black and gray, and when I look at his various creations I am simply astounded by the detail and incredible softness as he composes together.

Niki Norberg is undoubtedly one of Sweden’s foremost realistic tattoo artist and he can easily be compared ot the rest of the world’s top tattoo artists. For me there is no doubt that Niki is an obvious choice for Tattoo Art Project, so I welcome him warmly and look forward to a lot more of his incredible work!

Alex De Pase, a favorite!


Alex De Pase makes such beautiful and colorful realistic tattoo motives. He has a way of bringing the motive floating above the skin somehow and at the same time giving it a depth that is amazing. Just look at this tattoo. Look at more of Alex De Pase’s tattoos here

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Yomico Moreno


Yomico Moreno  – a super talented tattoo artist from Caracas, Venezuela!

Yomico Moreno Started in the tattoo world empirically in his hometown , in mid-2005 is set in the city of Valencia (Venezuela) to take their first steps in a studio as a professional artist , there remains until 2008 where part to Switzerland for a few months to join the staff of a recognized store of that country. That same year he returned to Venezuela to develop his career in the Big Capital (Caracas) and that is where national surveys begin to get top rankings in tattoo conventions made in all of Venezuela .

In 2010 he was invited to participate in the International Convention of Denmark and it is this that opens the doors to the world to get first place in the categories of Realism and Color , thereafter follows a career art developed between the European continent , Central America and South America.
Italy, England , Denmark , Norway, Switzerland, Belgium , Bogota, Panama City , Costa Rica , Venezuela and other more are some of the countries that have opened the doors to this tattoo artist.


Sandor Pongor



My name is Sandor Pongor.

Like most tattoo ever since I can remember, I always drew a smaller – more success …

The fine arts high school, I was looking after my place in the world, I tried one – two things, but he felt that none of them is what fills my life completely.

Then came the tattoos …

The first magazines fellapozása radically changed the personal interest, many domestic and foreign ledöbbentett the big guns of excessive professionalism …

Then a lucky chance I met my master, Bela Olah, who had seen my imagination, and with his help I started tattooing in 2006 Hajdúszoboszló, the Pain Art Tattoo studio, where I work to this day.

I love the variety of things every day to do anything else, I would not firmly commit to one style, while not …

My goal is always the highest possible level of preparation of tattoos, and that the guests are fully satisfied.

We expect all the “change” people who want to …

… “The tattoo is free, but must pay for the pain …”

Sincerely, Sandor Pongor 

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