Painted Lady Studio

I have tattoos, and I work with textiles and surface pattern design. I’m fascinated by the way these two passions stem from the same place: a love of colour, pattern, and texture. They’re both creative pursuits that allow me to express myself in diverse ways, and they’ve helped me develop a strong sense of self-awareness.

Tattoos are a great way to make a statement. They can be small and subtle, or they can be huge and dramatic. And the best part is that you can get them anywhere on your body—no matter what, there will be a tattoo design that will fit your personality.

The same goes for surface design: you can use it anywhere! It’s flexible enough to fit almost any type of space or project, and it adds a distinctive touch that makes it one-of-a-kind.

Tattoos are a classic example of surface design; they’re applied to the human body, which is also a surface. They can be made with needles and inks or even lasers—but all serve the same purpose: making statements about who we are and what’s important to us.

Art is a language that anyone can understand. Every person has their own artistic style, and surface design lets your style shine through.

So, do you have tattoos and you’re interested in surface pattern design? Then it’s time to get creative. This is your starting point; this should be your foundation. Use your tattoos as inspiration for contemporary designs and use those designs as inspiration for your tattoos. This symbiotic relationship between art forms can take you to places that you never dreamed possible. So don’t be afraid to experiment!

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