Unknown new York | Best tattoo parlors
Author: Victoria Wright
New York entertainment tattoo
If you are looking for a place to make their first tattoo or want to add another image to your collection, the lion’s share of success depends on the right choice of salon and master. When such an important step, it is important to feel comfortable and trust the person, whose caring hands. Fortunately, Manhattan and Brooklyn are home to wonderful shops, where you can find artists that can bring to life any project, regardless of whether you want a tattoo in the traditional style on his back, dreaming about the sleeve or dreaming of something small and subtle.
1/ East River Tattoo
The tattoo Duke Riley, located in Greenpoint just a few blocks from the East river, opened in 2000. His “trick” is a nautical theme (but not exclusively) so this will be a great choice for those who want to get a tattoo related to water, sea or underwater inhabitants. The atmosphere inside the Studio is conducive to productive creative work, pleasing color of walls and many Antiques are pleasing to the eye. You can make a spontaneous tattoo, sign up in advance, but prepare to spend at least $100 on your new clothes.
East River Tatoo is located at 1047 Manhattan Ave. More information can be found on the website of a tattoo salon.
2/ Fleur Noire Tattoo Parlor
If you’re a fan of the geometric style line art in the art of tattoos, you should pay attention to this Studio, opened in October 2016. It is easily recognized by the rose on the main window, which resembles a flower with the album art Violator from Depeche Mode. Despite the fact that this salon is quite new, inside you won’t notice that, thanks to a comfortable atmosphere with leather sofas and beautifully designed flash sets on the walls. Master the Studio has worked internationally (France, Russia, Turkey, Colombia), before settling in new York. Minimum price here is $100; prepayment required.
Fleur Noire Tattoo Parlor is located at 439 Metropolitan Ave. More information can be found on the website of a tattoo salon.
3/ Fun City Tattoo
The owner of this salon Jonathan Shaw started doing tattoos for more than 40 years ago when this art was banned. In the early 90s he opened his own tattoo parlor. Now a veteran of the tattoo scene has left on deserved rest, but his Studio is in new York still works in the East village, serving even celebrity clients such as johnny Depp, Iggy Pop, Dee Dee Ramone, Miley Cyrus and others. In the Studio there is a set price minimum for the session is $100 and the pay per hour varies from $250-300.
Fun City Tattoo is located at 94 St Marks Pl. More information can be found on the website of a tattoo salon.
4/ Tea Leigh
Artist of the Year-Brooklyn Lee together with Kelly Ciccio founded tattoo Studio in North Greenpoint, which specializiruetsya on tattoos done with a needle by hand, not machine, as it was done before electricity. The goal of the Studio is to help clients to feel safe and make them more self-confidence: a strong and irresistible thanks to their new tattoos.
More information can be found on the website of a tattoo salon.
5/ Daredevil Tattoo
In 1997, when tattooing was legalized in NYC after a 36-year ban, friends Michelle Myles and brad Fink opened his first tattoo parlor in the Lower East side. The Duo is famous for his works with musicians and actors such as Joan Jett, Emma Roberts and Kelly Osbourne. Their new Studio, where they moved in 2013, twice the previous one. It even has its own Museum of artifacts of tattoo art, including works by Samuel O’reilly, the man who created the first electric tattoo machine in 1891. The prices at this salon start at $100, custom projects are billed at the rate of $200 per hour.
Daredevil Tattoo is located at 141 Division St. More information can be found on the website of a tattoo salon.
6/Majestic Tattoo NYC
Adal ray, the owner of this tattoo parlor in Bushwick, according to many, is one of the best masters in the city, and not without reason: he carefully develops a sketch to perfectly fit on the body of the owner. Portfolio ray is full of psychedelic and fractal work, and currently he is heavily inspired by the works in the style of Dadaism (European avant-garde), so even the craziest concepts to be easily translated into reality. But even if you are looking for something more traditional, you should not pass, because colleague ray, adriana specializiruetsya in watercolor, geometry and graphics.
Majestic Tattoo NYC is located at 1086 Broadway. More information can be found on the website of a tattoo salon.
7/Rose Tattoo Parlor
This place in Williamsburg specializiruetsya traditional American tattoos such as roses, snakes, skulls and guns, made in bright, saturated colors that will not fade with time. The owner of the mark Cross the other four artists are professionals. All the works that adorn the walls of the Studio are author’s sketches, drawn by hand. Here you can register for the session in advance, or just come in any time for an unscheduled session (please note that pre-registration for Saturday not available). The minimum cost of work $100 for a tattoo the size of a palm would cost $300-500.
Rose Tattoo Parlor is located at the address: 382 Graham Ave. More information can be found on the website of a tattoo salon.
8/ Electric Anvil Tattoo
The Studio was founded by Josh Agnew and Jeremy Sutton (12 and 20 years of experience, respectively). Inspiration here is drawn from years of collected art books, many of which exhibited at the salon. And even if you don’t manage to get to one of the two founders of the institution, do not worry: the other artists working here have at least 10 years of experience. Here you can also just stop by without appointment. Prices for tattoos start at $100. Important note: in the salon sells beautiful jewelry for body piercing, however, piercing service as such here do not have.
Electric Anvil Tattoo is located at 721 Franklin Ave. More information can be found on the website of a tattoo salon.
9/ Red Rocket Tattoo
Despite the fact that this Studio is located in the city centre, in the room of many Windows, so the interior seems bright and spacious. Here spetsializiruyutsya on the tattoos associated with new York (probably — skyscrapers, apples, statue of liberty, etc.). The minimum cost of work is $100, then $200 per hour. In the Studio work of 10 artists who prefer different styles, and you will definitely find someone who will be able to implement what you imagine.
Red Rocket Tattoo is located at: 78 W 36th St. More information can be found on the website of a tattoo salon.
10/ Greenpoint Tattoo Company
John Reardon has been dealing with tattoos since 1998. Now he opened his own salon in Greenpoint, where spetsializiruyutsya on tattoos in a traditional style. The main hall looks bright, clean and welcoming. All artists working in the Studio can fulfill any whim (for your money). The minimum price is $100; after — $150-200 per hour, depending on the size of the work.
Greenpoint Tattoo Company is located at 131 Laflamme Ave. More information can be found on the website of a tattoo salon.
This material was first published on 7 August 2018.
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