No Regrets London

Tattoo Styles: Abstract, Black and Grey, Blackwork, Dot Work, Geometric, Illustrative, Minimal, Neo Traditional, Ornamental, Personal Artwork, Pattern Work, Script, Surrealism, Water Colour

Bio: Perhaps our most pioneering space to date, No Regrets Tattoo Studio London arrived in 2017 with an aim to bridge the gap between art and tattooing; creating a platform that would enable tattooists to be involved in projects never done before. Combining a gallery space and tattoo studio, forging an ever-changing environment where artists from all mediums can be experimental through events and exhibitions.

Our latest installation of a laser-cut metal cube, comprising tattoo designs from six incredible artists, lights our new customer waiting area in a way that has to be seen to be believed.

The tattoo facilities are the same clean and modern environment you would expect in all our studios, with a mix of industrial brickwork and full-length wall murals; London really is a studio in its own league.

Our London studio uses vegan ink, which is just one of the ways we’re working towards a more sustainable approach. Something we are passionate about here at No Regrets Tattoo Studio London.


Tini Verini
Resident Artist London
Styles: Illustrative, Personal Artwork, Surrealism, Water Colour

Resident Artist London
Styles: llustrative, Neo Traditional

Resident Artist London
Styles: Abstract

Amaa Nitaa
Resident Artist London
Originally from Poland, Aleksandra has been drawing since she could hold a pencil and tattooing since October 2016. Her illustrations are inspired by her main interests – occult, folklore, nature, psychedelic and surreal art. She sometimes adds a bit of humour to her designs as a reminder to not take life so seriously and have fun.

Alex Noir
Resident Artist London
Styles: Colour Realism, Black and Grey Realism

Helena Velazquez
Resident Artist London
Originally from Barcelona, Helena always loved drawing and calligraphy, and she was doing it as a hobby and selling prints while travelling until she started tattooing 3 years ago.
She did her apprenticeship in Chile and then she came back to Europe and had the opportunity to start this path as a tattoo artist.
Her favourite style to do is Sketch and Lettering, and even more a combination of both. She also likes doing mandalas, as she has been drawing them since she was a child as meditation exercises and is the style that introduced her to the tattoo world.
Styles: script, sketchwork

Resident Artist London
Klaudia has been a tattoo artist for 8 years. She graduated fine art studies in 2011 and she was working as a graphic designer for over 4 years.
Specialising in a mix of realistic and graphic tattoos, she likes to combines loose and strong textures with a mixture of grey tones and 2-3 more contrasting colours, to create unique illustrative works.
Styles: illustrative

Maiza Van Bommel
Resident Artist London
Styles: neo traditional, Japanese

Caro Lacid
Resident Artist London
Caro Lacid is an Argentinian illustrator and tattoo artist based in London. She wants to express all the sadness and awkwardness in the world.
Through her blackwork, she wishes to give every customer a reminder of their most profound, silly, weird, odd human feelings and experiences. Caro will also tattoo the occasional bits and bobs from nature.
Styles: blackwork, illustrative, personal artwork

Resident Artist London
London based tattoo artist Paul Goodwin has a minimal blackwork style that gives his tattoos a clean and impressive finish.
Taking inspiration from nature and the human condition, Paul works closely with customers to create unique blackwork tattoos, often working with an abstract edge.
Styles: abstract, blackwork, dot work, geometric, minimal, pattern work

Milan Boros
Resident Artist London
Originally from Slovakia, Milan Boros has been tattooing for around three years, but drawing ever since he was a child. Specializing in black and grey, he loves tattooing dark realism and surrealism.
He likes his tattoos to have that extra contrast which makes them stand out. He considers contrast, values and composition to be the main keys for a good and lasting tattoo. He also enjoys portraits, animals portraits and anything cool and a bit different.
Styles: black and grey, realism, surrealism

Resident Artist London
Originally from China, Kathy works as a graphic designer and tattoo artist in London and Asian cities. After graduating from Central Saint Martins, she worked as a designer for media and finance companies for over 4 years. Tattooing and drawing was always her passion, which she kept practicing while learning from the best.
Styles: fine line, dot work, floral and lettering

Felix Thomas
Resident Artist London
London-based Felix Thomas has been tattooing for 3 years. He likes experimenting with Symbolism & Dark Calligraphy, as well as high contrast realistic work. He loves how well Symbolism and Dark Calligraphy work together. He focuses on balance & symmetry, always looking for ways to compliment the human body.
Styles: script, dark symbolism, bng realism

Resident Artist London
Mess has always looked for visual art in his life and sees all aspects of the world in this way. His artwork mixes cubism with integrated minimalist lines and combines them into unique illustrations. As an independent artist, Mess believes that he has a responsibility to bring his vision to the public with the complicated versions of it, such as life.
Mess has many ongoing projects which include his current “tale driver” project. This is about collecting personal written stories from his clients and turning them into visual art.
Styles: abstract, illustrative

Alo Loco
Resident Artist London
Originally from Italy, Alo Loco specialises in black and grey realistic and surrealistic tattoos. Full sleeves and big pieces are his favourite ones to work on. Always working on improving techniques, he pays special attention to details and other aspects such as volume, texture and composition in order to create that tattoo that people will be proud to wear on their skin forever.
Styles: black and grey, surrealism

Simon Si
Resident Artist London
After studying different aspects of art, Simon decided to start a new path in his life as a tattoo artist. He developed a blackwork style which combines geometric patterns and illustrative art to create a unique piece for each customer.
He loves working with lines and dots and is always up for creating something different and visual. When he’s not tattooing, he’s performing as a magician all over the world. And that’s what he’s always adding to his tattoos – a little touch of magic.
Styles: black work, pattern work, illustrative, minimal, geometric, personal artwork, dot work, ornamental

Yuki Zerkjad
Resident Artist London
Yuki Zerkjad is a Romanian tattoo artist and moved to London in 2016, convinced that it would allow her to grow artistically. Having been on a continuous journey of self-discovery ever since she started tattooing, she’s been aspiring to find the true paths of existence and humanity aesthetically.
Styles: Abstract, Water Colour

Resident Artist London
Drawing was her favorite thing to do during childhood, quickly growing into passion. Roksana first started tattooing at the end of 2015, in her last year of high school of art. After graduating she moved to Canada and worked in shops in Mississauga, Ontario and Halifax, Nova Scotia, where she got a lot of the experience as a tattoo artist and also for the first time participated in Maritime tattoo festival and won first place for small black and grey tattoo.
Styles: black and grey

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