Yuri Dud is a journalist, TV host, and video blogger who has firmly taken a leading position in the interview niche on YouTube. In the past, he was the editor-in-chief of the sports portal Sports.ru.
There are 4 tattoos on Yuri's body. He prefers not to talk about them, but viewers closely watching Dud's work can periodically pick up new information.
In fact, he talks about his own tattoos only in one episode of the show. We have attached this video excerpt at the end of the article.
Daniela and Alena
Looking at the numbers on the vDud channel, you involuntarily pay attention to Yuri's tattoos. Even if the viewer himself is not involved in tattoo culture and is not interested in them in principle. The fact is that instead of the drawings in the body Familiar to most people, Dud's only inscriptions are complete.
Of particular interest is the name Danil on Yuri's right bicep. .
But it quickly became known that the aforementioned Danila was his son. Also on the left forearm is the inscription Alena. This is the name of Yura's daughter. It is noteworthy that the male name has a brutal font, and the female one has a beautiful script.
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In it forearm Dudy's right, his gaze falls on the word “Punk”. Yuri considers himself to be in this stratum of society, both because of his taste in music and his general outlook. Constantly in his releases you can hear kind words about old rock.
And on Instagram you can see a photo with the “goat” gesture.
The last tatukha made by Dudem is the Russian flag under the word Punk. It symbolizes the patriotism of the presenter, which he himself openly declares when communicating with his guests.
Also on this topic, Yuri shot special topics like:
- New Russia;
Even a viewer who does not know Dudya, having watched one of these videos, will understand how important and not indifferent Jure's country of origin.
What does Artemy Lebedev have to do with it?
And despite the fact that it was on the topic with Artemy that the topic of Yuri Dud's tattoos was touched on. Lebedev appreciated the inscriptions in terms of typography and design, regardless of the meaning of the tattoo data.
Whether the designer liked them or not, you can see below.