It captures the moment in which a simple geometric shape pulses a life sign and becomes organic. Marking human flesh with black carbon ink or shaping a room with concrete; when treated with the right amount of respect and appreciation, permanency can project both strength and love, both power and sensitivity.
Chaim Machlev made a life changing move to Berlin in 2012 to become a tattoo artist. A year later, he was already voted the “Newcomer” of 2013 by TatowierMagazin. His background in psychology and IT makes his designs stimulating and out-standing. The minimalistic style of his designs reflects his experience in computer science, while the mandala-like, geometric line works are a manifestation of his spiritual side. Chaim gets his inspiration from observing nature from mathematical, spiritual and abstract perspectives. The core of his artistic development has always been daily experimentation and collaboration with other artists from around the world, who are also open to new adventures and techniques. From Chaim, art is all about sharing and creating new ways of stimulating people’s senses and enjoying the freedom of experiencing art as something undefined.