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Murran Billi


"You will never reach your destination if you stop and throw stones at every dog that barks."



January 12th 

Career Start


Home Base

Montecatini Terme, Italy

Murran Billi is one of the European masters of the black and white discipline. Before achieving professional fame, he began studying classics, using oils, charcoal and traditional graphics.

In 1999, at the age of 27, Murran began tattooing, building a name worthy of confidence in leaving permanent marks on people's skin, gradually creating a style that earned him a well-deserved recognition.

It is a style that shows a return to the origins. Anatomy. Bone structure.

Deepen the essence of art to create tattoos that can be placed in the realism but with a add of a modern and renaissance touch always giving his own interpretation.

He has held seminars with impressive artists in the tattoo and painting scene.

"Having so many components to achieve more and more multifacetedness. “

Winner of awards as a tattoo artist in the "realistic" category, the one that most gratified him was in 2010 at the Ink'n'Iron show in Los Angeles where he got the "Best of Show" completing an entire sleeve in the 3 days of the event, confronting the biggest names on the tattoo scene.

Murran Billi is also the creator of I.C.A, Florence Academy Experience in collaboration with Mario Barth. They combined two worlds, tattoo and painting, in order to give as many skills as possible to students, 8 of the most incredible tattoo artist of the industry. The success of the first experience is indisputable.

During Mario Barth's Biggest Tattoo Show on Earth, Las Vegas later became the setting for the second experience of the Creative Academy.

On this occasion Murran Billi joins 80 students in a masterclass with the likes of Nikko Hurtado, Boris, Randy Engelhard, Benjamin Laukis, Kamil and other masters of the world of tattooing: the goal of the seminar share their technical experience and motivate the participants.

Meanwhile, masters Michael Hussar, Shawn Barber and David Kassan hold a real-world painting workshop with models.

The union of these two worlds is Creative Academy.