1301 10ave SW, unit 201
Tattooing for over 12 years now, John loves large scale work of all kinds. Specializing in asian influence projects, or black and grey roman projects, and anything interesting or outside the box. Check out the portfolio to scope out Johns work.
Peter Lozoya is a Mexican born Artist, raised across many landscapes of North America.
Pete has always been fascinated with surrealist/conceptual views that one can portray through art. His recent tattoo based works include New-Traditional with So-Cal Latin infused stylings. Pete apprenticed under John Stuart, and is always expanding his portfolio. He’s currently taking on new clients, and tackling new challenging projects.
Whitney graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Calgary. She has always been involved in the arts and discovered her love for tattooing in 2013. Whitney's main focus is realism and portraiture with a flare of geometric and ornamental elements. She loves trying new styles and finding new challenges through her art.
Sarah practices a wide variety of styles, from feminine water-colour to geometric and illustrative. Definitely check out her stuff.
Rebeccas style flourishes with refined femininity. Contact Rebecca today.
Anthony started tattooing in 2013 on Vancouver Island (Nanaimo) where he finished his apprenticeship. He's returned to Calgary in 2015. He practices various styles. He loves new school/graffiti art, Black and grey, Realism, American/neo-traditional and also admires the Japanese stuff too. Just loves tattooing! Come get some!
Emily has been tattooing just under 3 years, and specializes in Neo Traditional tattooing. Emily’s main conceptual focus is on the female figure, animals, and anything botanical. Being born and raised in Calgary, Emily attended ACAD’s graphic design program for a number of years before stumbling into tattooing serendipitously, and has now made tattooing her full time passion. She is always looking for ways to expand and develop her style, and is happy to discuss projects that are outside of her typical conceptual motifs. Emily is hoping to move towards more unique, creepy, gory, and even odd works that depict the beauty found in strange and unlikely places. Always looking forward to meeting new potential clients, or even chatting with fellow tattoo enthusiasts. Feel free to contact her at any time!