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Hey! The name's Britt, short for Brittany T. Genius. I'm a twenty-seven tattoo artist, Graphic Designer, Painter, and Illustrator from Coney Island, Brooklyn. I have seven years experience in tattooing and I really love what I do. My style consists of organic color and fine line detail. Each piece has components of watercolor to create expressive movement that flows with the body. Give me a general idea and I will create a piece that ebbs and flows with your individual vibration! Brittany will be a resident artist starting June 2018. Please contact her directly to book with her: firstname.lastname@example.org
Gabriel specializes in the simplistic method of non-electric, hand poke tattoos. Inspired by age-old etchings and single-needle pieces, along with bold and traditional works, he sets forth to create pieces that resonate with those immersed in our modern culture and still cling to nostalgic and classic aesthetics.
Who is a queer tattoo artist originally from Puerto Rico. Their tattoos explore classic styles with the added touch of psychedelic playfulness. Who's bold and colorful tattoos encompass a balance between simplicity and complexity. If you're interested in conversing with Who about a tattoo but do not know where to begin, they also have a flash sheet available!
Katie Kuroneko (Neko), is a blackwork tattoo artist specializing in realism, neo-Japanese style, and dark art. Due to her perfectionist eye, she is driven to draw and improve daily. Neko's intention is to ensure her clients always receive a one of a kind piece tailored to their vision. Previously an apprentice at Black and Blue Tattoo, Neko is excited to build her portfolio now as an artist, establish herself in the Bay area tattooing community, and meet many people along the way.