We recently published our TOP 10 Studios in Poznań and we are back with 6 more places we have recently found. They are all different and offer something unique. Most of them are also outside the city center which is one of the reasons they are on this list. Click on the studio names to be directed to their FB pages.

Druga Strona Tattoo

Druga Strona Tattoo is the brainchild of David (Get Ink By Dawid), tattoo artist, musician and sportsman, David has an artistic soul and many interesting passions. As well as tattooing his passion is music and goes under the name Fanatyk. He might look intimidating but we can assure you he is a really great guy and will put you at ease.


In the studio, you can expect an extraordinary approach to tattoos. This is what distinguishes them among other studios. Davids partner Marcela is there to take photo portraits of people, animals etc on site for David to transfer them onto the skin. How cool is that!

David is obviously particularly good and fond of realism, portraits, grays, abstractions, sketch, color and others. He is also known for creating some cool covers. Small studio gives you the VIP effect!

Propaganada Tattoo & Piercing

One of the best studios in Poznań. The crew currently consists of seven people ready to fulfill even the most difficult tasks. You will find almost any style here including realistic, cartoon, old school, new school, neotraditional, sketchy, dotwork, whip shading and many more. The studio also offers laser tattoo removal and piercing.

All designs are made individually based on the client’s suggestions although they stress that they absolutely do not copy designs and tattoos that have already been made. Expect three comfortable rooms, a large space, full of artistic souls and friendly service at Propaganda. No car? Don’t worry. The studio is right opposite a tram stop at Głogowska 141.

Located a few kilometers from the old town, it’s definitely worth the 15 mins to get there. And while there, you can even read a book published by one of the owners about how to properly care for a tattoo!

Buszi Ink.

Apart from the high-level tattoos, the atmosphere at Buszi Ink is one of our favorites. The owner Jarek aka Buszi might look intimidating but he is one of the friendliest artists we have met.

Located a few kilometers outside the city center, it would be easy for you to not have heard of Buszi ink but now you have and we cannot recommend the studio highly enough.

If realism and portraits are your thing then Buszi Ink has to be top of your list. 100% worth the extra trip to get there!

Hexada Tattoo Studio

Hexada Tattoo is a small one-man studio located in Poznań’s Górczyn district. Founded by Wojtek Dobropolski, it has only been operating since September 2018 so is still new on the Poznań tattoo scene.

The owner likes to work in black and gray in the style that he calls square “modern cartoon dashes”, although he also plans to start saturating his tattoos with colors.

If you are looking for twisted and non-standard tattoos then we highly recommend Hexada. Streetwise popped in and spoke to the owner Wojtek Dobropolski a.k.a. blxck_mess. Read the interview HERE

Jack Tattoo

Jack Tattoo by Jacek Czeszak has been running his business for 4 years, although he has been involved in tattooing for 12 years. So far, it existed as a sole proprietorship but In February this year, he anchored in Rataje and is looking for artists to expand the crew.

Although the studio is in a basement, you will be surprised at how beautiful it is. Expect a comfortable waiting room, reception, and large tattooing area.

Jacek loves realism although his work is versatile. Customers call him “the master of a straight line”. Few people know that he has also completed a permanent make-up course and specializes in piercing. A great young talent that you should check out when in town.

August II Dziabnięty

August II Dziabnięty is a recently opened tattoo studio in Poznań. In fact, its the first to open in the market square. Not only that, but the studio was lived in by one of Poland’s Kings from the 1700s which the studio is named after.

The owner was 21 years old when he joined the army where there was a guy there who had a homemade tattoo machine made from a guitar string, an engine from a walkman, a Nokia charger, and the housing was made from a pen. It was his first tattoo and that’s where the passion began… Streetwise met up with owner Piotr to find out more about this interesting studio. Click here to read the interview.

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