Regardless of how light or dark your skin tone is, our artists are fully trained in creating custom tattoos that truly suit you.
Hart & Huntington tattoo artist Lacey Rose will be the first to tell you that. She’s the anime expert in our Orlando shop.
“I want people to know they can come here to get a tattoo that they love; that they can be who they are and talk to me about anything while they’re here.”
She’d never considered getting inked before until she became immersed in the electronic music industry.
Creating an exceptional tattoo is a lengthy process, from sketching and scaling the design to finding the perfect spot for it on the body. It’s not much different from Jay Bonadio’s artistic process. He’s a professional artist and screen printer with a newfound appreciation for tattoo art.
They’re rich with tradition. But for Hart & Huntington tattoo artist Mark Fernandez, who specializes in the style, sometimes those traditions are made to be broken.
Whether it’s a tribute to a loved one or a nod to a memorable milestone, each inch of ink is way more than a work of art. That’s certainly the case for Justin “Slavo” Slaven, a talented music producer and writer for up-and-coming artists, including his own duo, Fly by Midnight.
That’s how we like to describe Hart & Huntington tattoo artist Marlo Salvatierra. He currently works at our Orlando shop, bringing his insanely colorful cartoon and comic book-inspired artwork to life on the daily. But he was an artist-in-the-making since he was just a kid.
If there’s anyone who understands what it means to change perceptions, push boundaries, and make progress, it’s Jared Burnett.
Outside the ring, she’s overcome some major obstacles, like battling an eating disorder and wrangling the heavy weight of anxiety and depression. It’s something she’s really proud of, so much so, she got gentle reminders of her courage and determination tattooed on her.