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Incredible Gallery Of Slavic Tattoo Art And Folk Patterns by Polish Artists

Incredible Art theme that deserves more popularity…

Growing up in modern times made many young people notice how neglected and underrepresented Slavic culture is in world-wide news media outlets, PC games and even Hollywood movies. With people seeing this trend more and more, there is more of us interested in our roots and our culture that many don’t talk about too much. In Poland a lot of Slavic focused things are happening in the last few years, from pop-culture music by Donatan & Cleo, to video game titles as Witcher 3 and lately a lot of ordinary people finally started picking their own cultural motifs for their tattoos.

We can also see such fascinations across the other Slavic countries where popular Rodnovery symbols are being tattooed. In Poland what’s been popular recently is beautiful and unique portraits of the Slavic gods or demons – unique personal interpretations of their appearance by the tattoo artists explains Lamus Dworski.

With the growth of the interest by the Polish people themselves in learning more about our pre-Christian Slavic mythology and faith, we can also observe a growing trend in exploration of the Slavic themes in various forms of art.

Slavic god Veles by artist Aleksandra Dobra
Slavic god Świętowit (Svetovid) by artist Aleksandra Dobra
Slavic gods Perun and Veles by artist Jagoda
Slavic god Świętowit (Svetovid) by artist Aleksandra Dobra
Slavic goddess Dziewanna with eyes of forest demon licho (likho) by artist Aleksandra Kotłowska
Slavic demon południca (poludnitsa, midday lady) by artist Åune
Demon południca (poludnitsa, midday lady) by artist Bartosz Suszko
Slavic forest spirit Leszy by tattoo artist Piotr Szencel
Slavic demon rusałka by artist Łukasz Zglenicki / Cykada Tattoo Studio
Slavic demon rusałka by artist Łukasz Zglenicki / Cykada Tattoo Studio
Slavic alder demon and korgorusz (cat helper of domovik) by artist Falka Art Tattoo
Slavic tattoo by artist Piotr Szot
Slavic tattoo for a carpenter by artist Piotr Szot
Tattoo with Slavic ornaments and symbols by artist Piotr Szot
Slavic ornament by tattoo artist Bartosz Suszko
Slavic goddess Marzanna by tattoo artist Monika Malewska
Slavic god Veles by artist Katarzyna Oskarbska
Ancient Slavic god statue by artist Martyna Cyniak
Slavic god Świętowit (Svetovid) by artist Łukasz Zglenicki / Cykada Tattoo Studio

Slavic demon południca (poludnitsa, midday lady) by artist Falka Art Tattoo   

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