Tattoo in San Francisco


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  • Moth and Dagger Tattoo Studio
    Burrowed among such historical downtown sights as Union Square and the Chinatown gates, Moth and Dagger Tattoo Studio leaves its own permanent mark on San Francisco by outfitting the city's residents with custom tattoos. Well-rounded inksmiths Mario Delgado, Justin Davis, and Joe Kelly run the shop, and all are trained in their own unique styles. Mario specializes in realism, sprawling familiar images across limbs and buzzing them to life in full color or black and gray. Justin represents a more familiar approach with traditional American and Japanese designs. Joe's specialty is pointillism or stippling?creating intricate images out of thousands of little dots. When they're not sketching new images, the trio is fixing or covering up old tattoos, allowing clients to finally have the confidence to leave the house naked.
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    610 Bush St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Faces Plus
    The gentle stroke of a brush. The artistic flourish of ink. As an award-winning Chinese calligrapher during her childhood, the owner of Faces Plus Skin Spa learned how to control her hands, a skill that she has seamlessly transitioned into her work as an aesthetician for the past 20 years. Now, the owner and another experienced aesthetician?who received advanced training in Paris, Milan, and Hong Kong?use their skills to restore complexions with exfoliating chemical peels, seasonal, antioxidant-rich facials, and permanent-makeup applications. The duo customizes each service, educating spa-goers on proper skincare regimens and using natural and organic products to help complexions glow brighter than a sun-powered campfire. Faces Plus also provides advanced beauty services such as the photorejuvenation treatment, which relies on a combination of LumiFacial therapy, crystal microdermabrasion, and light energy to erase fine lines and hyperpigmentation.
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    1019 Pacific Ave
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Mom's Body Shop
    The body-modifying coterie of artists at Mom's Body Shop calls upon professional techniques and individual specialties to provide custom tattoos and piercings. Since its inception on Mother's Day in 1998, the shop has grown to include seven skin-tinting artists, each skilled in setting traditional, color, and shaded tattoos. In addition to adorning birthday suits with multidimensional roses, intricate back pieces, and shimmering koi, Mom's Body Shop hosts two professional body piercers. A team of award-winning guest artists also visits the shop frequently to decorate patrons or nearby loaves of bread in original art.
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    1408 Haight St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Diamond Club Tattoo Studio
    Founded in 1991, Diamond Club Tattoo specializes in traditional Japanese tattooing, but can handle any stylistic request if desired. With an eclectic venue and a multi-cultural staff, guests will find a range of experiences to take advantage of when aiming for a custom tattoo design. View the many pieces of artwork on the walls of Diamond Club Tattoo for inspiration. Junii, Bill, Kevin and Dr. Claw are the tattoo artists at Diamond Club and are happy to answer any and all questions as well as provide guests with an exceptional and friendly experience. The shop is open Tuesday through Sunday, and guests are welcome to email or call with any inquiries. Visitors are welcome to a consultation with one of the staff; appointments and walk-ins are accepted.
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    2113 Van Ness Ave
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Shannon Archuleta Tattoo
    Shannon Archuleta Tattoo is much more than just a late-night, neon-signed parlor for anyone looking to ink up and move on. Housed within the arts collective Activspace on a quiet block in the Mission, Archuleta’s small studio is replete with detailed examples of her work, showcasing a seriously impressive versatility across styles and themes. Whether it’s a design honoring a cultural heritage or an example of visually witty Pop-Art whimsy, Archuleta will emphasize perfection, without reducing sensitive tattoo-getters to tears with painful, indelicate handiwork. Of course, this being a happy collective of soulful artists that share space with Archuleta’s studio, there’s always the stuffed Ouchy Otter to squeeze if a tinge of pain does come up.
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    3150 18th St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Skull and Sword
    Cesar Chavez Street has gotten a thorough renovation, but its mort artfully grungy spots remain. Less a standard tattoo parlor than an arts collective that happens to do tattoos, Skull and Sword is the place for sick sleeve tats, eye-poppingly massive designs and the types of corporeal adornments found on bikers, bassists and badasses. You don't walk in here on a whim, hoping to get a butterfly on your ankle. A tough-to-find spot that can be even tougher when it comes to booking an appointment, this unfailingly professional environment is as serious as a research lab for the future of body modification. Skull & Sword isn't for people who like art; It's for people who want to be art.
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    3415 Cesar Chavez
    San Francisco, CA US

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