900 N Federal hwy #103 Hollywood Florida 33020

954-824-7514

900 N Federal hwy #103 Hollywood Florida 33020

954-824-7514

900 N Federal hwy #103 Hollywood Florida 33020

954-824-7514

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Entering the world of tattoos is more than just a tattoo appointment. There’s before your appointment, healing your tattoo, and so much more.

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Tattoo Aftercare Instructions

Tattoo Aftercare Instructions

When you leave the shop your tattoo will be bandaged. Leave the bandage on for about an hour. This is just to stop the initial bleeding and prevent contamination. When you get home, remove the bandage and immediately wash your hands with an unscented, antibacterial...

Koi Fish in Traditional Japanese Tattooing

Koi Fish in Traditional Japanese Tattooing

Koi fish hold significant cultural symbolism in Japanese imagery. Koi fish represent perseverance, transformation, and good fortune. These vibrant and graceful creatures are often associated with various myths and legends, which contribute to their revered status in...

Dragon Tattoo Meaning

Dragon Tattoo Meaning

In the vibrant world of Japanese tattooing, dragons hold a revered and powerful position. These mythical creatures, known as “Ryū” in Japanese, have been a staple in traditional Japanese art for centuries, captivating imaginations with their symbolic significance and...

The Symbolism of Chrysanthemums

The Symbolism of Chrysanthemums

In the rich tapestry of Japanese tattooing, one motif stands out for its timeless elegance and deep cultural significance—the chrysanthemum. Renowned for its symbolism and intricate design, the chrysanthemum has been a cherished subject in Irezumi, the traditional...

Peonies in Japanese Tattooing

Peonies in Japanese Tattooing

Japanese tattoo art, known as Irezumi, has a rich history and a deep connection to cultural symbolism. Among the myriad of motifs that grace the skin in this ancient art form, peonies stand out as a timeless and meaningful design. Peonies, referred to as "botan" in...

Frogs in Japanese Imagery

Frogs in Japanese Imagery

In Japanese culture, frogs are not merely amphibious creatures; they hold a unique and symbolic significance deeply rooted in mythology, folklore, and art. Frogs, known as "kaeru" in Japanese, are often associated with good fortune and transformation. One prominent...