Specializes in floral, fine line, and geometric pieces.
I often use the single needle technique on my tattoos. I am especially fond of animal and portrait pieces. With this technique I’m able to showcases the precision, intricate details, and subtle realism with my organic floral designs.
Specializes in watercolor and mini-realism.
“Created to create.” This line keeps me motivated throughout my career. I am not just an artist, but also a creator. Tattoos are more than what they appear to be. The significance of tattoo often lies behind its meaning. By hearing the stories behind each tattoo, it made me feel like I had participated and connected with people in unimaginable ways.
Specializes in dark style, fine lines, and retro realism.
I have been painting professionally and working in arts and design for many years. This unique style was developed through my tattoo career.
Specializes in blackwork and fine line.
My work is a play on positive and negative spaces with a variety of subjects. The designs I create are a combination of fine lines, geometric shapes, with natural elements like floral and animals.
Specializes in line work graphics and florals.
My dream as a kid was to become an artist, I knew it was my passion. So I followed that dream and started my art career as a fashion designer and makeup artist. I eventually redirected my artistic talent into tattoos. This is what I enjoy the most. It drives me. It’s just perfect for me.
Specializes in brush & ink, color painting, and fine line.
I’ve always been passionate for the art of tattooing. My work is in an abstract expressionist style with an emphasis on bold brush strokes and color. For me, tattooing is not only a job, but also a responsibility. My aim is to do a good job on every tattoo and be responsible for every guests' skin.
Specializes in black and grey minimalist tattoo and traditional asian tattoo.
I like the beauty in the details. The style requires perfect presentation and expression, giving each tattoo a unique story and life.
Specializes in minimalistic, and cartoon outline style tattoos.
A tattoo is a silent declaration, a tangible attitude, and a belief with a touch of pain. We bond through the art of tattoo, and I will do my best to satisfy every client's ideas and requirements.
Specializes in black and white realismwith “a hint of color”.
I found my place in the art as a figurative, mixed-media painter, exploring the representation of sensuality and fleshiness of bodies and their raw relationship with physical material. This intention is carried over onto my tattoo work, too.I’m especially interested in bodies in historical paintings and in pop culture.
Specializes in watercolor.
My tattoo works are using utilizing soft colors, make them being abstract, and jumping out of the outlines of the tattoo. I am using multiple colors to release the signal, light up every skin. Using multiple colors to present the outlining is the spot light of my work.
Specializes in minimalist tattoo.
Children's cartoons are also very addictive. It’s fun for me to reduce designs to its simplest essence. Seemingly simple, but profound. Cartooning and tattoos are ways for us to express our inner most thoughts and to remember our purest primitive intentions as we mature into adults.
Specializes in anime tattoo.
I was crazy over anime at my age of “secondary disease”. Anime has accompanied me throughout my growth. Case Closed, Naruto, One Piece, Slam Dunk, Dragon Ball... All of these anime are memories, enlightenment and it’s the only small utopia that can escape after stepping into the adult world.
Specializes in fine line cartoon art in both black ink and color.
"I've loved watching cartoons since I was a kid. Now, I turn them into tattoos, so we can remember the pure happiness of childhood."
Specializes in body piercing.
I believe piercing is a form of body art. As a piercer myself, I am a stylist and a decorator. Piercing is a form of self expression that help people gain self-confidence. My ultimate goal is to have each client leaving our shop feeling beautify and stylist after each piercing.
Before you send us a request, please read our FAQ’s below. It will probably answer most of your questions.
Frequently Asked Questions
Once you’ve selected your preferred artist(s) or if you do not have a preference, you can either stop by the shop or send a detailed email with a description of the design, reference photos, what colors you like, and your preferred dates to schedule (the more flexible you are, the quicker we can schedule you in). This will enable us to process your request quickly and efficiently. We schedule appointments a maximum of three months in advance. Give us 1-3 days to reply your email, please do not send us multiple requests.
Note: Our artists are located in two locations, some do not travel between the two studios.
You must be at least 18 years of age. It is against California Law to tattoo a minor, even with parental consent. In accordance with this law we have a strict NO MINORS POLICY. Not only must you be 18, you have to prove it with a valid State or Federal Photo ID. No exceptions.
It depends on the artist, our minimum charge is $80 per person. Final price is dependent on size, detail of the design, colors and which artist you’ve chosen.
The best way to get an accurate price range is by booking a (free!) consultation with the artist — if not in person, then through a brief detailed email which we prefer the most. In order for us to quote your idea, we need to consider the subject, size, placement on the body, detail, colors, etc.
You are also welcome to come into the shop and talk to one of our managers or artists, if they’re available. We’re always more than happy to help get you the information you need.
Your tattoo artist will prepare the design 1-3 days prior to your appointment date or will work with you on the design at your appointment before tattooing. If necessary, the artist will edit the design for you, until you are satisfied. We always plan enough time, so please make sure what do you want to get instead of changing the whole concept of the tattoo when you come in the studio.
Yes, if you do not have a prefer artist, you are very welcome to do a walk-in section. Some of our artist are not accepting walk-ins and they are usually booked a few weeks in advance. We will always do our best to accommodate all your request.
To be honest, yes, but it is totally bearable! Each person has a different pain tolerance, and different body placement feels differently. Speaking from experience, most of our clients scare themselves too much before coming in, and they always go “Oh, this is not that bad” afterwards. Just stay calm and relax!
It usually takes two weeks to “heal,” although it takes longer for the skin to fully regenerate. It is not advisable to do sports, sunbath or swim after tattooing. Natural tattooed skin healing process usually takes 7-28 days. Even in the case where the visual look of the tattoo looks healed, the natural protective skin barrier recovery period continues for another three to four weeks.
Every shop has its own recommended care methods. You will be given an instruction note after. Please do not hesitate to ask if you have any question. One who follows tattooed skin aftercare instructions poorly, sooner or later will not be happy about it. During the healing progress, it happened that the color of the tattoo partially faded away to the extent that some areas of the skin may even get damaged. Very subtle lines thereby could become wider than before. For others, the entire tattoo could fade away prematurely. The skincare really plays a very, very important role in the final result. Also, you should never forget that you and your artist have invested a lot of effort and time in order to provide you the best possible result, so please follow the instructions! In addition, we do offer one time FREE touch-up for our clients within three months if necessary.
We accept cash or credit cards with 3% additional transaction fee (Visa, Mastercard, Discover, American Express). No checks.
Yes. A $50-$300 deposit is required to make an appointment. Deposits are non-refundable and non-transferable and will be applied to the final price of your tattoo. Please contact us at least 3 days prior if you wish to reschedule. Our artists reserve their slot just for you so please be here on time.
We recommend that you eat and rest well before you come in, and remember to stay hydrated. If you start to feel woozy, have something sweet. Sugar is the key in this situation. It’s best not to party the night before because alcohol can increase bleeding for up to 24 hours. Blood also dilutes our pigments, affecting both the appearance of your tattoo as well as the healing process.