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Located in New Orleans, Louisiana, the Forbidden Art LLC tattoo shop is owned and operated by Joe and Rain, and houses a busy shop filled with five other tattoo artists, some who took time out of their busy schedules to share their love of the industry and what they do best in Louisiana (and it’s not just Fleur de Lis tattoos!)
Specializing in every tattoo style under the hot sun, Forbidden Art welcomes seasoned artists and new apprentices to their family- vibe tattoo shop.
If you’re looking for a classic tattoo shop with flash-filled colorful walls, throw down yer anchor at Cleveland’s West Anchor Tattoo. Specializing in Old School tattoos, owner and artist Carl began his career in 2007 and opened West Anchor Tattoo in 2011.
If you stroll into El Paso’s Dapper Ink tattoo shop on any given day, you’re bound to see the resident tattoo artists wearing ties and dress shirts. Owner Erick Melendez named his Dapper Ink tattoo shop after the pride he and his artists take in their appearances.
Open for nearly five years, the tattoo artists at Citizen Ink tattoo shop cover Neo-Traditional, Polynesian, Traditional tattoos, Japanese, and Photorealism in their Brooklyn based studio.
Catering to all creeds and types of people in the Brooklyn area, the diverse Citizen Ink artists have tattooed over nineteen thousand people over the past five years between their shop and the many conventions they attend such as United Ink and Mario Barth’s Inked Out convention.
While some people wear body art that bears no personal significance others wouldn’t dare wear a design that lacked considerable and thoughtful context. Part of what makes body art so individual is the many different tattoo meanings. Let’s take a look at some of the most popular reasons people get inked.