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Ramūnas Jasiulis

Artist Owner


Express your energy and spirit with the power of TATTOO Ramunas Jasiulis
Artist Owner
Ramūnas is a tattoo artist and painter who was born in Lithuania and now lives in Sweden. He has always been passionate about art and began drawing at a young age. As he got older, he became interested in tattoos. Ramūnas is known for his intricate and detailed designs, which often feature elements of nature, mythology, and ancient cultures. In addition to his work as a tattoo artist, Ramūnas is also a painter. He creates vibrant and colorful mythological pieces that are inspired by his experiences and emotions. Ramūnas continues to push the boundaries of tattoo art and is always looking for new ways to express his creativity. He is dedicated to providing his clients with a one-of-a-kind tattoo experience that they will cherish for a lifetime.
Welcome to the private art studio located in Gothenburg, Sweden. This studio is exclusively operated by one skilled artist. The studio is designed to offer a comfortable and private atmosphere for clients to receive high-quality tattoo work. The artist takes great pride in their craft and always uses top-of-the-line equipment and materials to ensure the best possible results. The artist can work with clients to create custom designs that perfectly suit their individual preferences and needs. In addition to offering exceptional tattoo services, the studio also prioritizes cleanliness and safety. All equipment is thoroughly sterilized and the studio is kept spotlessly clean at all times. If you're looking to Express your energy and Spirit with the power of TATTOO, the private art studio in Gothenburg is the perfect place to get your next tattoo. Contact the artist today to schedule a consultation and bring your tattoo ideas to life!


18:00-19:00 Consultation

10:00-18:00 TATTOO session

As a client, it's important to show respect and polite behavior when visiting a studio. Here are some guidelines to help you exhibit proper studio etiquette:

1. Always be on time: Be punctual for your appointments to avoid interrupting other people's schedules. If you are running late, call ahead and let them know.

2. Follow the studio's guidelines: Make sure you familiarize yourself with the studio's rules and guidelines, and follow them accordingly.

3. Be respectful of artists' work: If you are visiting a studio be respectful of their space and their work. Avoid touching or moving their work without permission.

4. Be mindful of noise levels: Loud noises can be disruptive to others, so try to keep your volume down while in the studio. If you need to make noise, ask if it's okay to do so at that time.

5. Be courteous to staff and other clients: Treat everyone in the studio with respect and kindness, including staff and other clients. Use appropriate language and avoid making offensive or derogatory comments.

6. Clean up after yourself: Make sure you clean up after yourself by throwing away trash and leaving the studio in the same condition as you found it.

Remember that the studio is a professional environment where artists work to create their best work. By showing respect and polite behavior, you can help maintain a positive and productive atmosphere for everyone in the studio.

TATTOO Before & After care

Tattoos are a form of body art that involve the use of a needle to inject ink into the skin. Proper care of your tattoo is essential to ensure that it heals properly and looks great for years to come. Here are some tips for before and aftercare of your tattoo:

Before getting a tattoo:

Choose a reputable tattoo artist and shop that follows proper hygiene and safety practices.

Avoid drinking alcohol or taking drugs before your appointment as this can thin your blood and make it more difficult to stop bleeding.

Make sure you eat a meal before your appointment to help stabilize your blood sugar levels.

Wear comfortable clothing that will allow easy access to the area where you will be getting your tattoo.

After getting a tattoo:

Leave the bandage on for at least 2-4 hours to allow the tattoo to properly set and reduce the risk of infection.

When you remove the bandage, gently wash the tattoo with warm water and mild soap. Do not scrub or pick at the tattoo.

Apply a thin layer of unscented lotion or ointment to the tattoo to keep it moisturized and prevent it from drying out.

Avoid soaking the tattoo in water for at least 2 weeks, including swimming pools, hot tubs, and baths.

Do not expose your tattoo to direct sunlight or tanning beds for at least 2 weeks as this can cause fading and damage.

Wear loose, breathable clothing to avoid rubbing against the tattooed area.

It's essential to follow the aftercare instructions provided by your tattoo artist, as different types of tattoos may require slightly different care. If you experience any signs of infection, such as excessive redness, swelling, or discharge, or if you have any questions or concerns about your tattoo's healing process, contact your tattoo artist or a healthcare professional for guidance.


Coming up with a tattoo idea can be a very personal and creative process, and there are many different ways to approach it. Here are some steps that might help you:

1. Reflect on your interests, values, and experiences. Consider what is important to you, what makes you unique, and what messages you want to convey through your tattoo.

2. Browse tattoo designs online, in tattoo shops, and in magazines. Look for designs that resonate with you or that you find visually appealing. Keep a list of designs that catch your eye.

3. Consider the placement of your tattoo. Some designs work better on certain parts of the body than others. Think about the size and shape of the design you want and how it will fit on your chosen location.

4. Think about the style of tattoo you want. Do you prefer black and gray, color, or something else? Consider the overall look and feel of the design you want.

5. Talk to a tattoo artist. A skilled tattoo artist can help you refine your ideas, suggest design elements that work well together, and offer advice on placement and size. They may also have a portfolio of previous work that can inspire you.

Remember, getting a tattoo is a personal decision and one that should not be rushed. Take your time to find a design that you truly love and that holds meaning for you.

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