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CALL TO ARTISTS: Become a Custom Tattoo Designer

Naomi V
Posted by Naomi V Mar 25, 2014

Have you ever wanted to draw tattoo designs for a living? Well here's your chance! We are looking for talented illustrators and designers to create custom tattoo designs for our customers. Experience and credentials are a plus, but are not necessary. We want to see your ART SKILLZ.

 

Here are some of our current illustrators/designers.

 

Here's what to do:

 

1. REGISTER. If you haven't signed up on Tattoo.com yet? Please register and create your profile page. This includes a profile picture and a biography. 

2. Add at least 4 examples of your artwork to your page. You MUST add at least 4 examples. Profiles with less than 4 examples will not be considered.

3. Apply HERE

4. You should hear back within 24 hours to find out whether you've been approved or not. If you don't hear back within 24 hours, email the Artist Liaison at naomi@tattoo.com to find out.

 

Good luck, Artists!

 

Some testimonials from our satisfied customers:

 

"I'm just speechless! It's exactly what I wanted. I LOVE ALL THE DETAILS and scenery surrounding it. I'm definitely a happy customer and would love to work with you with future tattoo ideas!"

 

"Inketteroulette is an amazing artist. I could not be happier. Very detailed beautiful work, great listening skills. Took into consideration all that I had asked for. Overall I'm just very happy and satisfied and can't wait to get this amazing work onto my skin!"

 

"If you want a fast, original tattoo, you are in the right place! I am so happy that I chose Benjamin as my artist. He was more than happy to help and fix anything I said, even if my idea was completely  horrible! Fast and reliable! I cannot ssay thank you enough!"

 

Image credit: Inketteroulette


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