When a customer who works at a Harley shop comes in wanting a motorcycle tattoo, you know it has to be done right. This guy is around motorcycles all day after all. So Jon put an incredible amount of detail into this calf tattoo to not only meet, but blow
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Jon had a customer looking for a traditional Viking-themed tattoo sleeve. Besides the incredible Viking portrait, Jon incorporated a Viking ship and Nordic compass into the design.
This is a neat way to pay tribute to a loved one. Our customer wanted the lady from a vintage cigar box tattooed on her arm as a tribute to her grandpa. It turned out pretty sweet if we do say so ourselves.
This customer came in with some spotty and unfinished tribal. Rather than trying to cover it up, Jon gave the black a fresh coat of ink and added a second half of back and grey to the skull and some negative tribal. It went from looking messy and unfinished to
This was a fun take on getting a portrait of a child. For this tattoo, Jon created a caricature.
This hand tattoo with roses made out of hundred dollar bills is MONEY!!!
Many people like tattoos for couples. Here is a great idea to go beyond getting your significant other’s name inked on you. This couple’s tattoo says “Greatest Catch.”
We are so proud of this dandelion and birds tattoo. The design is pretty popular for women’s tattoos right now. We’re not much in to fad tattoos, but the dandelion/bird combo is the exception to that. Check out how Jon nailed the softness and detail of the dandelion.
Here is a nice flower and butterfly, black and grey tattoo. It is large back tattoo, but still very soft and feminine. It is also a great example of how Jon can use the negative space and shading in a tattoo to create a intricate design.
A firefighter with the nickname Bulldog came to our shop for his first tattoo. He showed Jon a very flat, cartoon example of a bulldog. Never one to take the easy road, Jon decided to draw the guy a nicer option for his first ink.