Perou's cute black and grey tattoo

02 / 08 / 2019 Oleg Zarvsky
Tattoo artist Perou / Photo: @peroutattoo

It is completely easy to find out a talented tattoo artist working with complete dedication. You just need to look only at one work of the artist, and if after you have an irresistible desire to get acquainted with his other works - this is he.

This is exactly what happened to me when I searched among modern tattoo artists for something unusual, new and fresh.

While working on a selection of tattoos based on the animated series Rick and Morty, I saw the work of the Swiss tattoo artist Perou. Her originality and uniqueness fascinateed me. How pleasant was my discovery when I went to her Instagram account in the hope of seeing something else like that.

Tattoo artist Perou, author's black-and-grey cartoon tattoo | Sion, SSwitzerland

As it turned out, Perou works exclusively in her own author's style, that partly have roots from the new school tattoo, but without the use of color inks. The endlessly cute heroes of her black-and-gray tattoos find themselves in the most comic situations, which causes the viewer an involuntary smile.

This cocktail of the author's style and humor makes her works truly unique.

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Text Oleg Zarvsky