Sara Fabel

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Sara Fabel
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Born (1986-10-14) 14 October 1986 (age 34)
Espoo, Finland
OccupationActress, Model, Illustrator, Tattoo artist
Known forHell has NO fury
WebsiteSara Fabel

Sara Fabel (born Sari Katriina Virtanen) is a Finnish model, illustrator, tattoo artist, and actress.[1][2]

Early life[edit]

Sara Fabel lived her early and late teenage years in Helsinki, Finland studying to become an art educator in Aalto University (then known as Helsinki University of Art and Design). As part of her studies, Fabel partook in an exchange program with Griffith University located in Brisbane, Australia. Sara proceeded to do sub-studied photography and animation during her exchange year. After returning to her country of origin (Finland) Sara taught as a part-time teacher as well as freelanced as an illustrator and model.[3] 2006 Sara Fabel started her notorious lifestyle as a traveling artist.


Fabel began promoting her artwork and modeling through social network platforms such as Facebook, Tumblr and Instagram. By the end of 2010, she had developed a social fan base around her art and modelling.[4] Fabel started traveling, creating contacts with international photographers and artists and becoming involved in artist collaborations and campaigns. 2013 After moving to United States Sara Fabel retired from modeling, while partaking in a production of Anarchy Parlor motion picture as one of the lead actresses. 2013 onwards Fabel has been on hiatus from acting and modeling, focusing on her art.

2007–2012 Sara Fabel's primary residence Australia.
2013–Present Sara Fabel's primary residence USA.



Sara Fabel has been featured in multiple international publications, which majority are based in Australia and United States. Features on Fabel are focused on covering her career as a model, actor, tattooist or as an artist.

While residing in New Zealand Sara Fabel started branding out as a model and collaborating with local and international artists and photographers. One of these collaborations was T.J. Scott's In the Tub art book [6] From this point on Fabel's career as a model and internationally published model started developing as she got frequently published in major tattoo industry publications such as Front (magazine). Issue 154, 2011 Picture top 50 hottest tattooed females., inked (magazine), Tattoos Downunder, Custom tattooz, Tattoo Society and a double cover collectors editions in Bound by Ink.

Fabel has also had multiple features on fashion, street art and fine art publications. ACCLAIM [7] Diesel – Only the brave,[8] Culture magazine (Australia), Me Naiset (Finland), Reykjavik Boulevard (Iceland), Sinical (International) and multiple other publications.

Charity work[edit]

Sara Fabel has been active in participating in fundraising for cancer awareness with T.J. Scott in the tub projects, as well as working with Peter Coulson, an Australian internationally awarded fine art photographer. Coulsons book In my pants the Book [9] received Australian government funding to aid in fundraising for cancer awareness.

Sara Fabel has been an active in publicly showing her support towards animal rights. Fabel has used her social media following in gaining awareness for domestic animal abuse issues such as declawing. 2015 Sara Fabel was selected as the face of [10] fundraising project to support and fund animal shelters.

Associated artist[edit]

Hell has NO fury[edit]

Hell has NO fury is Sara Fabel's brand (Clothing, art) that promotes self-awareness along with Atheistic and Agnostic belief system.


  1. ^ "Women in Tattooing Spotlight - Sara Fabel | Custom Tattoo Design". Custom Tattoo Design. 2017-09-05. Retrieved 2018-07-29.
  2. ^ "Finnish Tattoo Artist Sara Fabel Shares the Story Behind her Ink". Locale Magazine. 2016-04-06. Retrieved 2018-07-29.
  3. ^ Seriously Ruined, feature on Sara Fabel by Renee Ruin.
  4. ^ ACCLAIM interview, feature on Sara Fabel. ACCLAIM magazine.
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  6. ^ In the Tub, "T.J. Scott has been behind the lens as director of numerous television series, including XENA and Spartacus. After his mother's fourth round with breast cancer found its way to her bones and lungs, T.J. decided to wage his own war on cancer the only way he knew how - by raising funds. He donated his unwavering artistic eyes, and all of the actors, musicians, and celebrities donated their time to this title created strictly to raise funds for breast cancer research. Each person was photographed in his/her own unique manner in a tub. 100% of the profits will be donated to charity."
  7. ^ ACCLAIM, feature "A lot of people can attribute their fame and fortune to the internet and social media. While some gimmicks crash and burn because, well, they're lame, there are those few whose legitimate talent spawns burgeoning careers. Finland-born Sara Fabel is certainly part of the latter. She's an illustrator, model, tattoo artist, and citizen of the world, with an Instagram following of a couple hundred thousand. Khairun Hamid sat down with the self-proclaimed workaholic to talk art and zombies." - ACCLAIM
  8. ^ Diesel, feature
  9. ^ "In My Pants", In my pants will be made up with 30% Celebrities 40% Cancer fighters /survivors and 30% everyday people all wearing just my 30 year old Levi 501 jeans "Over the past couple of years I get constantly asked "when are you going to do a book of your work". Well I have decided to do a book to raise $2,000,000 to fight cancer. I have my work cut out but this is only 20,000 book sales, I just need less than 1% of Australia's population to buy a book. I'm very happy to have OPA! Magazine with Dean Georgio and Steve Agi involved with this project. Cancer is a disease that has no discrimination to age, gender, race or religion. Everyone I have spoken to can name at least 5 people close to them who have battled with cancer, It is estimated more than 45,000 people will died from cancer in 2011/12 - Peter Coulson"

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