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  • Tattoo Garden
    Michael T. Gardner has been a prolific artist now for more than 15 years. His work can't be found in a gallery, though. Rather, it can be seen on arms, hips, backs, legs, and necks all over the city. That's because he renders his art in the form of tattoos, covering skin in countless designs. To save everybody the hassle of scouring bars, rock concerts, or biker knitting circles, Gardner conveniently keeps a record of his work on a Facebook page. Here, customers can spur on their imagination by perusing his latest pieces, such as an orange phoenix hip tattoo or a geometric tribal design that wraps around biceps. Of course, he or Scott Hale, an apprentice, happily work off of brought-in designs, as well as consult closely with clients to create something new. Once they have finished working, they share several tips for post tattooing care, such as avoiding swimming pools filled with permanent ink.
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    5205 South 2nd Avenue
    Everett, WA US
  • Dzul Tattoos and Airbrush
    Behind a storefront nestled amid Belltown's bleeding-edge galleries and Art Deco artifacts, a quiet revolution is brewing. The shop is Dzul Ink Lounge, and inside, tattoo artists and brothers Jacob and Alex Dzul are out to turn decades of preconceptions on their collective ear. Gone are the cheesy designs and abrasive alt-rock assaults that typify most tattoo parlors. Instead, visitors step into a lounge that has more in common with a contemporary art space, a quality that's also shared by the shop's vivid, customized tattoos. Whether they're getting their first tattoos or adding ink to an already impressive bodily canvas, clients can flip through an iPad filled with thousands of the shop's exclusive designs, or collaborate with one of the resident artists on designs that are as personal as they are precise.
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    9622 16th Avenue Southwest
    Seattle, WA US
  • Apocalypse Tattoo
    Body ink comes in all shapes, sizes and designs at Apocalypse Tattoo in Seattle, where the seven on-staff artists promise to make up paying customers with whatever details they choose. The personable staff is more than willing to consult with customers on their latest ink before putting needle to skin, and have displays of their artistry around the well-lit shop to put customers at ease as to the level of service. Offering a decidedly manly vibe, complete with faux hardwood floors and wall-mounted antler racks, Apocalypse Tattoo is wonderfully serious about their work, and have inked up many in a city already used to sporting tats. With hours from noon to 8 p.m. daily, it’s easy to slide in to schedule an appointment for yourself.
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    1558 East Olive Way
    Seattle, WA US
  • Hidden Hand Tattoo
    Tattoo artists April Cornell and her husband Jeff brought their distinct style of body art to Seattle’s Fremont neighborhood in 2007, opening Hidden Hand Tattoo. The shop’s five regular artists – not to mention the occasional guest artist – work with clients from all over King County to create body art in a comfortable, inviting atmosphere that feels more like a modern furniture store than a tattoo shop. Particularly nice for first-time clients, the shop keepers are cool about sharing examples of the artists’ past work and are willing to answer frequently asked questions from how to care for your tattoo to the oft-uttered “Does it hurt?” The shop is open daily from noon to 8 p.m., and gladly accepts walk-ins when possible.
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    3516 Fremont Pl N
    Seattle, WA US
  • Pierced Hearts Tattoo Parlor
    If you are considering getting a tattoo or piercing, you don’t want someone who will promise a good job - you need someone who will deliver it. Pierced Hearts Tattoo Parlor delivers on their promises. Here, you will not only receive beautiful tattoos and clean piercings, you will also feel relaxed in a clean facility with professional, yet down-to-earth artists. Pierced Hearts Tattoo Parlor creates a wide variety of tattoo and body piercings, as well as sells jewelry for those piercings. Customers can choose from standard tattoo designs or have a custom one designed by one of the artists. A wide variety of piercings are available to choose from, so visit Pierced Hearts for whatever piercing you have in mind.
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    5307 Roosevelt Way NE
    Seattle, WA US
  • Two Birds Tattoo
    Calling itself a “friendly neighborhood tattoo boutique,” Two Birds Tattoo, opened by Ruby Santiago and Suzy Todd in 2010, sits on a busy street in Seattle’s Greenwood neighborhood. The shop’s four women staff artists work in a sedately lit, no-nonsense space, promising custom-designed work for each customer. If anything, the hardwood-draped setting of Two Birds feels more like a spa than a typical tattoo parlor, and the luxurious seating and clean workspace further add to the elegant, professional vibe. They’re gracious about sharing tips on what to expect from a procedure to how to care for a tattoo as it heals, and are always willing to show off their past artistic successes.
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    7408 Greenwood Ave N
    Seattle, WA US

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