Tattoo Artist Fede Gas | The official blog for Things&Ink

Known for his realism tattoos, 38-year-old tattoo artist Federico Andújar, aka Fede Gas works out of Gas Tattoo Studio in Seville. In this interview he tells us about how he started in the business and what he loves most about tattooing…


I’ve been tattooing since 2006, so 12 years now. In the beginning I just wanted to paint graffiti, but one day a friend of mine asked me to join him in a tattoo studio. This is when I started to learn about tattooing and how to tattoo. After a long period spent as a tattoo apprentice I started my own career as tattoo artist. I’ve worked conventions in Barcelona, Milan, Brussels and London and I hope to work them again some day and new ones.

I would say my style is a mix of realism and watercolor or abstract effects. Now it’s changing though as I am starting to work with more Neo-traditional styling.  I think it will allow me to develop my ideas further and really connect to tattooing in a more personal way.


What I love most about my job is the freedom and that everyday is a new and different day. My favourite sentence is “always learning”, I even have it tattooed on my fingers, this is how I want to live my life.

After 12 years of tattooing what I really want is to express myself in every tattoo, to put a piece of myself into every tattoo I make. I don’t really care that much about the subject, but I do care about the confidence my clients put into me, how they let me create my vision. I need to express myself and not to copy an image onto the skin.

Written by Rosalie Hurr

Posted in Art, Features, Tattoo Studios, Tattoos

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