Nowhereland Tattoo Collective



We are independent artists & tattoers running a small tattoo studio in the heart of Kreuzberg.
A creative-political hub for tattooing beyond the norms.


Born and raised in Caracas, Venezuela, and is the founder/owner of Nowhereland Tattoo Studio. Gil is also the founder of the Cairo Tattoo Convention; the first tattoo convention of its kind in the Middle East.

Gil started tattooing in 2012 in Italy under the influence of American traditional tattooing, Japanese art, and her master Vicente Ibanez. Over the years, Gil developed her own style but always kept black, bold lines and solid colors in her work. Lately, Gil has been focusing also on Queer Erotica illustrations.

Gil has found traveling to be her source of inspiration, building her mind and art from decay to beauty and vice versa. Passionate activist and defender on human rights issues, including LGBTQI + rights.


Is an interdisciplinary artist. Born in the Basque country currently based in Berlin, they studied Fine Arts and Graphic Design, yet the foundation of their illustration is rooted in the street art. Coming from a DIY context, it was only a matter of time until they built their first tattoo machine.

This combination led them to a fresh and personal style learning towards simple, solid black lines with tendency for dotting and geometric figures or even neotraditional but always open to explore new styles and ready for new challenges.

Filippo Fanni

Born in Cagliari, Sardinia.

From a young age he had a passion for tattooing and especially for traditional tattooing. He began to draw subjects and themes related to old school traditional tattooing such as tigers, skulls, snakes.

His sources of inspiration for traditional tattooing are certainly Christian Warlick, Owen Jensen, Bert Grimm, Les Skuse and many others. From here he mixes the knowledge of the old traditional with the new and modern one, revisited by him.