Gabor Zolyomi is one of our Tattoo artists at Blade & Shade


Graphic & Fineline Tattoos from Gabor Zolyomi


Gabor Zolyomi at Blade & Shade

Tattoo Artist

Specialty: Graphic and Fineline tattoos


Favourite motifs: Unusual motifs in which he can can implement his whole range of graphic techniques


Gabor Zolyomi is an up-and-coming young tattoo artist from Hungary who works as a regular guest artist in our tattoo studio in Lucerne. He inspires us and his customers with his unique tattoo style and convinces with his distinctive and creative graphic tattoo designs. In addition to the Graphic Tattoos, he also specializes in Fineline Tattoos.

He has a quick perception and therefore also very quickly gets a picture of the idea and the wishes of his customers and can visualize them. In addition, it is guaranteed never boring with Gabor, because he is always up to joke.

Gabor adds a personal touch to each of his artworks. On this page you will get a small insight into his work. However, if you want to see more of his Graphic Tattoos or Fineline Tattoos, check out his Instagram page. There you will find a lot of inspiration and you can convince yourself of his talent. 

Graphic tattoos are becoming more and more popular. This is partly because of the great combination and expansion possibilities, but also because of the range of tattoo styles. Animal motifs, floral and nature-related elements are popular subjects in the Graphic Tattoos. Tattoo artists, including Gabor, use geometric motifs to reflect shapes found in nature. The results are great.


Portfolio Gabor Zolyomi

Questions Or Book An Appointment

You can reach us by phone at
041 260 00 52, send us an email at or visit us in our tattoo studio in Lucerne.


Frequently Asked Questions

We recommend you to book an appointment for piercing, so we can guarantee to take enough time for you.

We offer almost all popular tattoo styles, from Fineline and Lettering Tattoos, to Neotraditional, Polynesian Tattoos and Realistic Tattoos. However, our main focus is on Fineline, Graphic, Realistic, and Coverup Tattoos

So that we can properly approach your tattoo, we need a rough idea from you. If you can tell us where and how big you want to make your tattoo approximately and if you can show us an inspiration in the form of a picture, you make this even easier for us. You can easily bring pictures and templates on your smartphone or print them out. Before the appointment, you can also prepare your skin by applying a daily body lotion or moisturizer. This will help your skin to cope better with the tattoo and its healing. and its healing better.

This can not be answered in a general way, it depends on the effort – this depends on various points such as the size such as the size, placement, style of the tattoo, as well as the skin of the wearer. The basic price for a tattoo is CHF 220.00.

The size of the tattoo should always be in proportion to the placement. Would you like a small tattoo, we recommend you to place it in a place where it does not look lost and also it should be so large, that it has a good quality even when healed and aged. If you want to have a large tattoo, it is important, that the motif flows with the body and its with the body and its shapes and has enough space. Generally, the larger the motif, the better it keeps as a tattoo.

A tattoo is a decision that accompanies you for life. You should therefore be very sure what you tattoo yourself.

Basically, a tattoo does not need to be re-tattooed, if the healing was successful. Today’s color pigments are also much more stable than a few years ago. This means that aging of the tattoo happens more slowly today. However, it is very important that the skin is regularly cared for and protected from excessive sunlight, so that a tattoo remains beautiful in the long term.

A tattoo is usually perceived as unpleasant during the process, time and in some places it is a little more or less painful.

We sell our own aftercare ointment which can be purchased in the store. For a day appointment you get the cream for free. Basically, we recommend you to work with it, Alternatively, a Bepanthen ointment can be used.

From 2022 on, numerous pigments and preservatives are banned in the EU, Switzerland is not affected for the time being – nevertheless, we have been using colors for some time which will still be permissible, should the law be adopted in our country.

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