London based since 2001, (currently guesting at Authentink in Sydney, AU) Inma first got introduced to tattooing at the age of 16. A self-trained fine artist originally from Spain, she left the comforts of home early to learn and improve her craft.
Inma's regular trips to conventions and guest-spots worldwide help to develop her distinguished style and establish a solid reputation within the industry. Inma's influences are vast, including but not limited to art and nature. She likes to work with traditional fundamentals that will make a tattoo stand the test of time, whilst placing the piece in a way that makes it flow and enhances the body where it lays.
Over the years Inma has been honoured to periodically work at world-class shops such as Henning Jorgensen's; Royal Tattoo (Denmark), Adrian Lee 's; Analog Tattoo (San Jose), Mike Davis'; Everlasting Tattoo (San Francisco), Richie Clarke's; Forever True Tattoo (Liverpool) and Phil Kyle's; Magnum Opus (Brighton).
Although tattooing has been her favoured medium for the past 15 years, making time to keep her illustration work going and to collaborate in projects with other fine artists has also been key to keeping her creativity flowing . In recent years, her unique and stunning artwork has been featured in several books, as well as a number of collective exhibitions!
Still a keen traveller, when at home in London she can be found at renowned Mo Coppoletta's The Family Business.
Tattoos by Inma
Art by Inma
Love the New Zealand tattoo festival and I am super happy to be back after missing it last year. Come say hi if you are there! For info and tickets https://www.nztattooart.com/ For appointments please email me email@example.com THANK YOU
I am coming back to Sydney, chasing the summer around the world! Looking forward to catching up with everyone at Authentink. For appointments and enquiries please email me firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you!
Honoured to be part of this amazing initiative by fellow tattoo artist and friend Stef Bastian .The March of the Matryoshkas is fast approaching! Learn what it is all about at the London Tattoo Convention page
Very happy to have a piece on the upcoming LADIES LADIES show coming up at MF gallery in New York. “Bringing together female tattoo artists from different parts of the world, with different styles and backgrounds to offer a representation of what the contemporary tattoo industry has to offer.”Be sure not to miss the opening Read more about LADIES LADIES SHOW IN NEW YORK[…]
After some further travel across the Australian continent, I am happy to have a new contribution for the fantastic New Acropolis bi-monthly magazine. Following my previous article about Aboriginal Culture and it’s relationship to the land, the Esoteric side of Aboriginal culture goes a bit more in depth into the esoteric practises of this fascinating Read more about The Esoteric side of Aboriginal Culture[…]
While I was away on my travels and able to immerse myself in the amazing country that Australia is, I had the pleasure of writing an article about Aboriginal culture and its relationship to the land for the wonderful New Acropolis bi-monthly magazine. For those interested in the subject I transcript the article below or Read more about Aboriginal culture and it’s relationship to the land[…]
You can read the full interview here. Thank you for the love Michele!
Beautiful and talented, well thank you Trip! you can read the whole interview online http://blog.tat2x.com/tat2x-interview-with-london-based-tattoo-artist-inma/ Thanks for looking!
Excited to announce that me and Ramon Maiden (aka Spider&Rider) creations can now be found at Nelly Duff gallery in Columbia Road, London To purchase our prints visit the gallery online store or better yet pay them a visit in person! http://www.nellyduff.com/artists/ramon-maiden-inma
Para vosotros ibericos To read the interview follow the link. Thank you! http://eliberico.com/cultura/cultura/arte/3617-mi-mejor-tatuaje-es-el-que-aun-no-he-hecho-xam-e-inma-tatuadores-espanoles.html
Para vosotros que entendeis espanyol! http://artes.anormalmag.com/entrevistas/inma/