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The Mecca of Harry Potter Tattoos

Never worry about being too nerdy here. We’re connected to the Wizarding World of Harry Potter—this is the mecca for Harry Potter tattoos.

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Manager, plumber, electrician, handyman.

For the last 5 years, Todd Parker has given his all and then some to Hart & Huntington, and his dedication is evident in the customer experiences he’s helped create.

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Watercolor with Miss Wild West.

Cortni West’s style is best described as perfectionistic. She is known for her Realism pieces and she is hyper-focused on her line work, her detail and of course, the finished piece being everything her clients hoped for. So to take on Watercolor tattoos was completely out of her comfort zone.

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So fresh and so clean.

Many of our artists will tell you, when you get a tattoo at Hart & Huntington, you’re not just paying for a tattoo. You’re buying a tier-one experience with an iconic brand, in a clean, fun atmosphere. We never stop investing in our shops and in creating spaces where people want to be.

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Not the same old story.

Lacey isn’t new to the game. She’s been tattooing since before clients walked in with designs found on Pinterest. But she’s one of the best, with years of experience and enough character to light up a room.

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My story is a little bit complicated.

Escaping a country. Losing everything. Creating a new life for his family by never losing touch with his talent. Angel Marquez overcame a lot. But he’s as humble as it gets.

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Right from the beginning.

“My first time in a tattoo shop was the coolest I’ve ever experienced. Right then I knew I wanted to do this.”

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Inside out.

The business. The books. The bottom line. As manager of Hart & Huntington Las Vegas, BJ has a ton of things to focus on. But his number one priority is the artists and staff who work there.

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The art of tradition.

“We are a family. And I love being a part of an industry that isn’t going anywhere.”

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The real story.

“I want to be remembered as a father. And one who shares his art with his children.”

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