Raoul studied mechanical engineering but quickly realized that an office job was not for him. So he pierced for 10 years at first and slowly got into the tattoo scene. Both were a way for Raoul to express his individuality. During a longer stay in Borneo he then learns the tattoo craft in the traditional form, without a machine, only with bamboo and needles. Afterwards it was his great concern to bring this ancient art of hand poking to Europe, which in a very unique way conveys the culture behind it. Tattooing is for today a profession in which everyone can be as exact as they want, no one does not have to adapt.
The technique of hand poker allows Raoul very special and above all durable tattoos even on more problematic body parts such as hands, feet, palms, ears, etc. But of course he has meanwhile mastered tattooing with machines, which he likes to use for larger tattoos. Geometrical Tattoos and Dot-Work convince him by their clarity (black and white), the infinite design possibilities. They are optically extremely fascinating, create depth and can be extended at will even on large surfaces.