R&B singer Jhene Aiko made news yesterday after she revealed her new tattoo of her boyfriend, rapper Big Sean's face. The tattoo comes just a week after her divorce to producer Dot Da Genius, became official. Swedish tattoo artist, Miryam The Witchdoctor™ Lumpini was the ink master behind Aiko's new masterpiece talks about her collaboration with her good friend, to create a permanent souvenir which brings life-to-love.
“I loved working with Jhené, she’s great…I’m so glad we came together for this concept. It was so inspiring to collaborate on a vision so deeply rooted in love.” says Lumpini.
Lumpini, is globally renowned for her use of color, creatures, and nature, typically creates whimsical and mystical sceneries as a spiritual and healing component for her body art.
About Miryam Lumpini
Miryam Lumpini (The Witch Doctor), is an international tattoo artist, painter and all-around visual artist who interprets her art as a form of healing and promises a therapeutic ritual with every piece she creates. Her journey began in Stockholm, Sweden where she grew up with her mom in a quaint house on the countryside. It was there, secluded from the world, where Miryam was inspired to develop her passion for healing through art. Miryam’s resume includes creating tattoo masterpieces on some of the biggest tastemakers in the game such as Swae Lee of Rae Sremmurd, Skrillex, Josh of Glitch Mob and Golden State Warriors center Javale Mcgee. Most recently her tattoo of bright, juicy yellow lemons connected by dreamy, fairy-tale-like vines went viral. The photo netted more than 100,000 views and praises for the Witch Doctor’s color work on dark skin. Miryam is currently based in Los Angeles.