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This Is The Place For Individuals That Embrace Tattoos...

… people of all ages, genders and socio-economic backgrounds who look for a platform to explore tattoo experiences, share their tattoo life philosophy and deepen their understanding, their sense of identity, having the opportunity to exchange and debate tattoo ideas, beliefs and social agendas.

We promote a new tattoo aesthetics, a new approach that may supplement traditional tattoos or offer brand new alternative for inkless folks who seek a way to embrace tattoos differently.

Offering a versatile line of tattoo art clothes, ranging from casual T-shirts to tailored evening gowns, it is our aim to make the world a much more creative, bold, accepting and inky place.

Promoting a new tattoo aesthetics,

The house of Nativ Tattoo offers a new approach that may supplement traditional tattoos or constitute a brand new alternative for inkless folks who seek a way to embrace tattoos differently.

Introducing a versatile line of tattoo art clothes, ranging from casual T-shirts to tailored evening gowns, it is our pleasure to make the world a much more creative, bold, accepting and inky place.

We invite individuals of all ages, genders and socio-economic backgrounds to join our community, explore tattoo experiences, share their tattoo life philosophy, deepen their understanding & their sense of identity, and exchange and debate tattoo ideas, beliefs and social agendas.

Meet Our Designer: Nativ Yochai Maor

Portrait of Nativ Yochai Maor

Why Tattoos?

Following 2013 Moscow Fashion Week, I’ve undergone a personal change, in the wake of which I’ve started to work on a collection inspired by Japanese traditional tattoos. I’ve invested myself in a comprehensive study of the subject, ordering a great deal of literature from Japan and fell in love. I’ve draw upon Japanese mythology on one hand and on the other hand, having been abandoned by my parents at 13 and forced to shape my world single handedly, I’ve felt, in a way, closely related to Yakuza ex-member personal ordeals, who use the art of tattoos to manifest their childhood hardships and roller coaster life journey. Reaching 50, I’ve decided to tattoo the story of my life on my body and on the clothes I create. This world of non-conformative and non-monochromatic makes me feel at home.