8 PARKDALE CRESCENT NW, unit 202
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.
Thank you for your interest in my work
Thank you for your interest in my work and in tattoos and art in general. If you’re looking to have an exciting, unique image tattooed on you. I always try to work with projects that can best serve myself and the client. Thank you!
“The creative process has always been apart of my life and studies. I’m excited to blend my art with your ideas and share the expression on a fine art piece for your skin.”
Saga (Sean) Anderson is the colour realism master. This is literally 99% of every project. If your after a portrait or anything colour realism, this is your guy!
"COLOR REALISM TO THE MAX"
My tattoo practice focuses more on aesthetic appeal; everything I tattoo is drawn custom for the client, and is designed to emphasize the body. My main focus is to execute well designed and formally strong tattoos.
I charge $175/hour and do not tattoo anybody under the age of 18 regardless of parental consent.
Yvonne Koprnicky (a.k.a. Yvon_ink) was born and raised in Airdrie, Alberta. Yvonne has been creating art her entire life. She graduated with a Bachelor’s of Design at Alberta College of Art and Design in 2012, and is the recipient of various Visual Arts Awards.
Tattooing for over 5 years, her work has been influenced by her love for both painterly and realistic styles of art. Her style dabbles in both realism and watercolor tattooing. She often mixes both styles to create an original piece of art that has both a unique style and an interesting flow on the body.
Tattooing since 2013, Yvonne is always eager to try new and exciting styles to diversify her portfolio.
“For me, choosing a career in art has been choosing a career of constant growth. I am forever grateful for everyone who has been tattooed by me and for anyone who chooses to be tattooed by me in the future!" - Yvonne
Tattooing is not the first leg of Amy's art career. She began the transition from glass blowing over a year ago and has begun her journey into skin. Amy currently plans to develop her style by combining realism and American traditional.