From his studio space at Executive Tattoo Lounge, Victor Rodriguez inks his clients with the same enthusiasm he injects into his vibrant artwork, penning colorful designs at no extra charge. Those looking to finally get that beautiful tattoo of their passport photo can check out Victor's expert handiwork, which includes everything from ravens and keyboards to roses and guitar skeletons. Because getting a tattoo is an intimate experience, the entire process takes place within a clean, comfortable environment, where it's easy to relax while needles colorize your epidermis.
Since his first studio opened in 1994, owner Joe Cool has seen more than a few famous faces pass through the doors of his shop. Athletes, musicians, and actors are among the clientele attracted to Voodoo Tattoo by its talented artists and hospital-grade sterilization practices. Clients can decorate their bodies with tattoos in black and grayscale, or opt for a brightly colored design to make a statement or distract parents from other, less noticeable tattoos. A piercing specialist with eight years of experience ornaments earlobes, nostrils, and other extremities with high-quality jewelry.
Versed in one of the world’s few indelible art forms, the skilled tattoo artists at Las Vegas Tattoo Lounge know their work has to be good enough to last a lifetime. Their commitment to expertise and comfort extends to each of the shop's three other locations—Sin City Ink, Executive Tattoo Lounge, and LV Tattoo Lounge. Artists on each experienced and enthusiastic team stand ready to execute all tattoo and piercing needs, whether clients want their grins adorned with lip rings or their grocery lists permanently inscribed on their palms.
What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas. …Except for tattoos from Ironhorse Tattoo and Piercing, of course. Tattoo artist, Tony Otto, started this place about fifteen years ago. It has continued to flourish ever since. The team here is a group of artists. They take this craft seriously. They are knowledgeable, experienced, and will make sure that you leave with a piece of art you absolutely love. Walk in and see if they have a moment to work with you, or make a sure thing by scheduling an appointment via their website, in person, or by phone. At Ironhourse Tattoo, they specialize in freehand, unique, tattoos. Let these people to what they do best, and you’re sure to leave happy!
The unintimidating, friendly atmosphere at this tattoo and piercing shop will blow you away. Everything is clean and well-kept, as you’d expect, and there is no shortage of jewelry and knick-knacks to browse while you wait. If you want a new piercing, the staff will guide you through the process and keep you perfectly comfortable, and their skill and experience will minimize the pain. The locally-owned business always stands by its work, so you can leave with confidence knowing that you’ve received the best assistance available for all of your piercing needs. If you’re ready to feel at home while receiving the body piercing that’s been on your mind, give this shop a call.
Pussykat Tattoo Parlor has been in operation since 1999, but the business gained prominence after proprietor/artist Dirk Vermin was featured on A&E’s Bad Ink in 2013. Fans of the program can not only meet the show’s other co-stars, but can be inked by Dirk Vermin himself or one of the seven resident artists and a rotating guest star, who perform their artistry in private rooms. One of Vermin’s specialties is cover-ups and transforming bad skin art into masterpieces. Pussykat Tattoo Parlor is centrally located in the Camelot Center on the corner of Tropicana & Maryland Parkway, across the street from The University of Las Vegas and just minutes from the Vegas Strip.