If you’re looking for a unique piece of body art, you’ll find it in London. The city’s vibrant tattoo scene is home to a wide variety of artists, from seasoned masters to modern visionaries. As the popularity of body art continues to rise, London offers a unique opportunity for artists to showcase their true talent and develop a unique aesthetic. To learn more about London’s tattoo scene, visit Tattoo London at the Museum of Modern Art until 8 May 2016.
If you’re looking for a high-class tattoo experience, you might want to look no further than the Cloak and Dagger tattoo parlour. The artists here take a personalized approach, ensuring your experience is comfortable and pleasant. For best results, you should schedule an appointment to ensure that your tattoo artist is available when you’re available. Hugh graduated from Bristol University and began his career as a tattoo artist in Cheltenham in 2012. His preference for Japanese styles is classic and elegant, but he’s also comfortable experimenting with other styles, including traditional and neo-traditional tattoos.
Amanda Rodriguez is a licensed tattoo artist since 2008. She apprenticed under Jeff Burt in Taunton, Massachusetts, and has been working in London since April 2019. She originally studied fine arts, and her work is characterized by bold, striking lines. Her tattoo designs are often inspired by handwritten text and cursive style. She enjoys mixing traditional elements with realism. Although her books are currently closed, she will be available to take on new clients until March 2020.