In Scriptorium Berlin you will find several resident tattoo artists with significant individual styles and frequent guest artists from all around the world.
Scriptorium Berlin is not only a tattoo studio. It is a multifunctional art space that does not only inhabit a gallery room for art exhibitions but also an area for high quality workshops by the top artists in the fields of art, craft and design.
Founded by renowned calligrapher, tattooer and industrial designer Adam Romuald Klodecki aka ‘Theosone’ who has not only been working in all kinds of design genres for the past years but additionally been teaching his craft in multiple workshops, it is our biggest concern to not only make the Scriptorium a place to experience art but to gather and exchange knowledge about different craftwork. Therefore we constantly invite experts in fields of calligraphy, sign painting and more to host workshops in our gallery space.
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Adam ‘Theosone’, the founder and owner of the Scriptorium.
Adam was born in Bialystok (Poland) in 1984. He is a calligrapher, industrial designer and tattoo artist, also interested in illustration and street art. He studied in Poland at the Fine Arts Academy in Gdansk and graduated with a Master of Art degree in product design and visual communication. He was honored with the best graduation project award in industrial design in Europe in 2009. Adam was also active in the polish graffiti scene. He began the adventure with calligraphy in Art Highschool in Suprasl in 1999. His works of art and design are located all over the world. Today Adam is focused on creating lettering tattoos, paintings and traveling with numerous workshops, street art projects and tattoo conventions.
Adam worked for such brands like DC shoes, ESPN ExGames, Lego, Cadillac, Citroen, BMW, Audi, Hennessy and many more. His work is supported by brands like Montana Cans, Royal Talens, Liquitex, Conte, Letraset, Pilot, Grog, Arches, Moleskine and a few more. He is a part of ATAK crew, Goverdose collective, cofounder of Calligraphy Masters – online inspirational magazine and the person behind the idea of Calligraffiti Ambassadors movement.
my name is Slava, I am a tattoo artist based in Berlin. Since a few years I’m working on your ideas for custom designs to let them heal in the skin and keep that unique look. Each request is different and requires a specific approach to satisfy both — your vision of a final work and my personal thought of how I think the design would work best. I believe that it is the best kind of a collaboration between the customer and an artist, when we’re looking and eventually finding a way we both enjoy.
I’ve been tattooing since 2013/14 and specialising in black and grey illustration, more known as black work. I really like tattooing animals and all dark nature related themes. I enjoy the whole process, also when customers bring me their own ideas that we can start from. I did a lot of tattoos and drew many designs based on client’s concepts which ended up being one of my favourite works. The customer / tattooer relation and exchange is my favourite thing about tattooing, it pushes out of my comfort zone and creates something unique.
I was born and raised in Poland, drawing since I remember and always trying to find a way of living from it. After years of designing t-shirts, skateboards, snowboards, skis and many more things. I became fascinated in tattooing and never looked back, although I still love to simply draw stuff with ink on paper.
This two evenings workshop will give you an introduction to the topic: Spencerian Signature Design Duration: 2 evenings (04.+05.07.2019 from 6:00pm to 10:00pm) Price: EUR 250,00 including most materials, coffee, snacks For registration please send an email to: email@example.com I was fortunate enough last winter to be invited to Scriptorium Berlin to teach Spencerian …
This four-day workshop with the globe-trotting Mike Meyer is a crash course in the essentials of sign painting, with fun, lettering and laughs throughout. The workshop is suitable for complete beginners, and those with previous experience, with Mike providing one-to-one input throughout. The first part of the workshop is focussed on setting out and painting …