The amazing Hannah Flowers will be joining us for the second year at this years Brighton Tattoo Convention, and we are stoked!
You can spot her stunning work a mile off, and since February 2017, she’s been all over the world, working at Salon Serpent in Amsterdam, Semper in Edinburgh, Jayne Doe in Essex, Grit and Glory in New York, Off the Map in Oregon and The Black Garden, Seven Doors, The Circle, NR Studios in London, and can be found at Parliament Tattoo until the end of February. I think we can all agree, thats a pretty stellar tattoo tour!
We sat down with her to find out more to find out more!
How did you start tattooing?
I was always interested in art, and I was doing a Bachelors degree in Fine Art back home in Tasmania, but dropped out when I was offered an apprenticeship, and that was 7 years ago!
How did you develop your unique style?
I learnt to do a bit of everything in my apprenticeship, I remember there was a week where I just did stars! When I finished it, I was doing a lot of traditional tattoos, but slowly started adding more detail in and It eventually became the same as the style that I like to paint.
Are there any other female tattooers that really inspire you?
Definitely! Emily Rose Murray of course, Teniele Sadd, Claudia De Sabe and Tiny Miss Becca, she’s actually about to start my back piece which I’m super excited about!
What Inspires your work?
Vintage paintings, art nouveau, art deco, classic oil paintings and pop surrealism.
What are you looking forward to at the convention?
I did it last year and I found it to be a really relaxed and friendly atmosphere without the competition, and I’m really looking forward to meeting some new people!
For more of Hannah’s work, click here to visit her Instagram.
To book in with Hannah, email her at email@example.com