Scrap That Work…What Happens When You Hate Your Tattoo?
It happens. You opt for a new tattoo and end up being unhappy with the finished piece.
It’s one thing to go home and complain about it and quite another to voice your opinion and not allow your artist to fix it. Then there are those happy (yet unhappy) customers, and they are really the best to work with.
Tattoo artist Teejay Dill of White Tiger Tattoo in Rochetser, NY. shares her artistic experience in the industry, and the significance of medical tattooing.
Tell me about your tattoo shop in Rochester NY., and the artists:
White Tiger is a custom studio with two locations in and near Rochester NY. We have been in business since 1992 and I have owned the shop since 1993. We currently have nine artists working in a variety of styles ranging from Traditional to Realistic.
Located in Jacksonville, Florida, owner and artist Jack Flores of InkStainz Tattoo Studio, disusses his business, art and the meaning of a tattoo.
How did you become a tattoo artist?
I learned from a biker who was also a tattooist. He did freehand work that just looked amazing, I was taken aback by how real tattoos could look. So I started working at a shop and learned the old school way. It wasn’t a traditional apprenticeship like we see now.
Currently one of the most popular requests that are showing up in tattoo shops across the nation, Carolyn Hawkins, artist and owner of Shelton Tattoo in Fairfield, Connecticut offers her opinion and advice on the tattoo lettering trend.
"Writing tattoos are very popular right now. I do not want to encourage them.