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Our Tattoo Creeper project is a way to collaborate with talented artists to add their spin on our creepers. We love working with creatives in any capacity & we want to see the world from their lens. To check out more of Mila's work head to their Instagram 

 


Tell us about yourself & the shoes that you customized:

I am a tattoo artist from San Juan, Puerto Rico. I'm a huge fan of all things weird/trippy/spooky & cute. 

With these shoes I wanted to show a combination of some of those things. I chose the all white Stratocreeper because I love the extra platform and I love doing black & white art the most.

 

How would you describe your art style?

My art style has been described as "punk done well", "trippy", & "a drug fueled nightmare." I would personally say it's dark & adventurous.

 

Who or what is your biggest inspiration? 

I'm a huge fan of music, anatomy, bones, nature & anything visually striking. The weirder & stronger visually, the better. 

 

What’s your typical process of coming up with a new design? 

Sometimes I'll see something that looks like something else and think "that would be an awesome design!" "That looks like a flower coming out of a ribcage. Let's do flowers coming out of a ribcage!" Other times it comes in dreams or in songs. I take a lot of inspiration from lyrics as well.

 

What piece of yours is your all-time favorite and why?

I have so many! Most of my favorites are from my original flash designs. To name a few: I did a tattoo rendition of a piece by Jim McKenzie, a spider-skull, which was one of my biggest pieces at the time. A little duck-witch tattoo which is full of swirls is also high up there. I love drawing bones & skulls, floral details, and cute animals as well.

 

What is your favorite thing about being an artist? 

As for being a visual artist, i have always loved how gratifying it is to be able to release whatever is inside me. Be it emotions or thoughts. As a tattoo artist, I've had opportunities to help and connect with others. Tattooing is what helped me find myself in ways i never thought possible. I love being able to share that with others and help others, through art, on their own journeys. 

 

 

 

 

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