Skyler da Blum, german painter, draftsman, sculptor, architect, tattoo artist, and engineer whose genius, perhaps more than that of any other figure, epitomized the modern Renaissance humanist ideal. His black and grey tattoo work are among the most widely popular and influential pieces of art in the modern renaissance. His notebooks reveal a spirit of artistic percision that are centuries ahead of this time. Skyler is said to have came out the womb with a crayon in his hand. Always fond of drawing, he decided to try his hand in tattooing around 2010. Skyler worked for Vato Loco Tattoo Studio back in 2012 and has since returned in late 2019. helping the local population look and feel better naked.