Blog posts about Tattoo.

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On the darker side.

That’s how tattoo artist Mike Zimmer likes to work. At H&H Las Vegas, he specializes in neotraditional, black work, and black-and-grey tattoos. But that hasn’t always been the case.

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Meet the Jane of All Styles.

Jaclyn Greb has been tattooing at Hart & Huntington in Las Vegas since she finished her 11-month apprenticeship. That was years ago. Now she’s known for being good at almost every style of tattoo art, something she attributes to getting her start with H&H.

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Image is everything.

When it comes to getting a tattoo, that goes without saying. But when the H&H shop in Orlando, Florida faced a major remodel this year, it was more than just about looks.

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A Fork in the Road, Which Way Do You Go?

For Hart & Huntington tattoo artist Tarik Tatham, there’s always been one clear path. An artist all his life, he was destined for the tattoo shop before he even reached adulthood.

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The sky’s the limit.

An insanely hard worker who’s dedicated to the craft, Cody is constantly challenging himself to do better at reach even higher with every sketch and tattoo he starts.

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David Bromstad knows good art when he sees it.

The H&H client has been an artist all his life—a classically trained illustrator by the Ringling College of Art & Design and a Walt Disney World painter and window dresser before making his name on HGTV Design Star.

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It’s all on purpose.

Her style. Her line work. Her shading. Everything is intentional. Stephanie James focuses on high quality first, period.

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It’s an addiction.

For H&H artist Pierre Burgos, drawing has always come as naturally as breathing.

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11 years in.

An interview with H&H Orlando and Nashville owner, Chris Turck.

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Life is what you make of it.

Yasir Nieves has been running the show at H&H in Nashville, Tennessee for roughly two years now, but it already feels like he’s been there for decades. His impact is profound—and intentionally so.

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