Trudy has been obsessed with drawing ever since she can remember. Thus pursuing higher education at the “Higher Technical Institute for Graphic and Communication Design” seemed like an obvious choice.
His signature style includes bold lines and bright colors; all accompanied with a great amount of detail and dimension.
Wilson approaches each tattoo as a collaboration with his client and especially enjoys the challenge of taking on more complicated pieces that other artists have turned away.
His work focuses on portraits and surrealism with an incredible amount of finely tuned detail.
Duffy is a self-proclaimed “tattoo brat” having grown up in the industry — her parents started Red Octopus Tattoos in 1992, when Duffy was six years old.
Niko has always been an artist and loves all forms of art including drawing and sculpture.
Based out of Melbourne, Florida, Jayvo Scott has been around the tattoo industry since the age of 12.
Frodo doesn’t limit himself to just one style (you’ll find his portfolio filled with everything from black and gray to color, realism to neo-traditional, and everything in-between).
Joey got his start by getting his first tattoo at 19 – a design he drew himself – and got offered an apprenticeship that day.
A self-taught artist, Mike has built a reputable business drawing clientele from much of the mid-west, won numerous awards, and his work has been published worldwide.
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