“In the world, I will always try to be the best at what I do, and I continue to be just as nervous about a tattoo or a painting, because I demand quality work from myself,” admitted Puerto Rican artist Juan Salgado looking back on his twenty-year career.
His 20 years as a tattoo artist shows that he tried to stand out as one of the best, and it’s not about ego, he explains, but about safely taking on every project, be it on leather or mural. , on canvas, or in the new world of NFT (non-fungible token).
Earlier this year, Salgado announced that he was closing his calendar for new tattoos indefinitely. For those who dream of having a tattoo done by a sought-after tattoo artist on their skin, the chances of this change slightly as their calendar fills up until 2024.
Salgado makes a client a day, not because he can’t do more, but because he wants to focus on an exclusive product. He takes on clients from all over the world, and given his busy schedule, he needs to take a break to make room for new projects that he’s as passionate about as getting art on another…