About Jenni Rogers
Jenni Rogers started her apprenticeship soon after she graduated from graphic design in Santiago, Chile. After 5 years of working in Chile as a tattoo artist, she travelled to Melbourne Australia in 2018 to keep learning and progressing technically and artistically.
Her work it’s a mixture between botanical and illustrative style, working with medium and fine lines she likes to concentrate in beautiful details and flowing/organic images that include animals, fruits, plants, and female form.
Her references are found within art nouveau, Art Deco, 1940 aesthetic and botanical art, Alphonse Mucha, Eagon Schiele, William Morris.
Her favourite tattoo artist are Claudia de Sabe, Guen Douglas and Lucy Horsehead.