One of Stockholms most popular tattoo parlors, Swahili Bob´s keep dishing out those rockabilly style tatoos for the ever-craving recidents of Södermalm.
Address
Swahili Bob´S, Tattoo Parlor Bondegatan, nr.16, Stockholm, Sweden
Current city: Stockholm
Martin Hultén is a photographer and artist. He is mainly known for his tender and quirky depictions of people in his native Sweden - his past works include a series of portraits of men looking into the camera while simultaneously being caressed on the cheek, as well as several different projects looking at mans relation with nature, and videos exploring the border between still and motion. He is currently working with the upcoming book Doggerland, where he has taken a look at how dreams and desires are related to social structures and rituals in post-capitalist Sweden.
 

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