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Dark Woods Tattoo Studio in Newark, Ohio

Submitted by Jodie Michalak on Fri, 2014-03-21 23:55

 

Offering Black and Grey tattoos alongside Traditional gypsies and flash, Dark Woods Tattoo Studio, located in Newark, Ohio takes pride in being a clean and skilled tattoo shop.

 

No matter your favored tattoo style, any one of the four talented tattoo artists at Dark Woods Tattoo Studio will happily manage your design requests.

 

Michael, aka Zombie, is the Newark, Ohio tattoo shop owner, and he specializes in everything from Black and Grey to comic and horror tattoos.

 

Tattoo Artist Rebel Hernandez of Anaheim, CA

Submitted by Jodie Michalak on Fri, 2014-03-21 19:59

Offering Realism and Black and Grey portrait tattoos in Anaheim, California, you may find Tattoo Artist Rebel Hernandez jamming to Reggae during your appointment while he busts out some killer horns or skulls on your skin. He's got a passion for both music and art, and his favorite tunes motivate his art genre of choice.

 

“I’m a very positive person by nature, but I simply like drawing horror tattoos.”

 

Body Designs Tattoo Shop in Deer Park, NY Interview

Submitted by Jodie Michalak on Fri, 2014-03-21 18:48

 

Offering custom tattoo designs in the heart of Deer Park, New York, Body Designs is a little gem of a tattoo shop.

 

Tara at  Body Designs tattoo shop has been working as a tattoo artist for eleven years after learning the art from her father, who still works with her in the shop on occasion.

 

Anonymous
Requested by Anonymous (not verified) Mar 21, 2014 at 12:39pm | (~0M)
Pygmalions Tattoo
Pygmalions Tattoo
5
201 Main St, Greenfield, MA United States (413) 773-9800
Date & Time: 

dandelion on upper back arm fuzzies blowing across shoulder blade turning into dancers half way across back.
flower 3"by 2" dancers 1"
Interested in artist's input.

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Anonymous
Requested by Anonymous (not verified) Mar 21, 2014 at 12:34pm | (~0M)
Pygmalions Tattoo
Pygmalions Tattoo
5
201 Main St, Greenfield, MA United States (413) 773-9800
Date & Time: 

Two Erte prints, one on each lower inside arm, approximately 4"x 6" each, black and greys

If for any reason you're no longer interested in keeping this appointment please be sure to cancel it here.
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Octopus hip tattoo

Pug Portrait

Francisco Letti
Requested by Francisco Letti Mar 20, 2014 at 2:42pm | Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do Sul (~5,070M)

I would like to make a cubist shoulder tatto.
I was searching on internet and have found some really nice tattos.

My intention is to make a tatto based on a sculpture that is at my hometown (attached).
I also want to use strong colors as if there was a sunset behind the sculpture.

I'm sending attached an example of a cubist tatto I liked. It also has strong colors.

I hope you do a great job.

Cheers,

Francisco

Description

I would like to make a cubist shoulder tatto.
I was searching on internet and have found some really nice tattos.

My intention is to make a tatto based on a sculpture that is at my hometown (attached).
I also want to use strong colors as if there was a sunset behind the sculpture.

I'm sending attached an example of a cubist tatto I liked. It also has strong colors.

I hope you do a great job.

Cheers,

Francisco

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  • Placement: Shoulder
  • Color: Color
  • Detail level: High
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Flower Tattoos

Submitted by Jodie Michalak on Thu, 2014-03-20 02:12

As spring makes its welcome arrival, you may choose to celebrate the change of seasons with a flower tattoo.

 

Flower tattoos, however pretty, are a unisex tattoo choice for good reason. They are a natural choice for the expression of love and devotion, and the many different varieties also carry their very own significance and meaning.

 

Take a look at the traditional history of the following flower tattoos, and get inspired for a blooming piece of body art.

 

Take That Machine and Shove It... and Other Negative Rants

Submitted by Jodie Michalak on Thu, 2014-03-20 02:05

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