In the early 1990s, as the graffiti scene emerged in Athens, Sake stood out as one of its prominent artists. His distinctive style, characterized by a realistic approach to graffiti, was truly groundbreaking for that era.
During the early 2000s, upon returning to Greece, he channeled his creativity into a new art form: tattooing. Over the next 15 years, Sake successfully established the largest tattoo studio in Greece and became a mentor to some of the world's top tattoo artists.
In 2017, driven by his nostalgia for graffiti, he embarked on a new project titled "Statue Art Crimes." This project takes a contemporary approach to classic and monumental historical busts and sculptures, breathing new life into them.