Making the choice to wear something permanent on your skin is no small choice, and no matter what you’re getting, you want to know you’re in good hands.
If you’ve got an idea for your next inking but aren’t sure where to go, make sure to check out these Seattle tattoo artists of all styles.
If you’re a fan of color, Jaime Fernandez is the artist for you. Known for playing around with the traditional style of tattooing and Japanese themes, you’ll walk away with a sophisticated yet playful piece.
Fantasy artwork with a pop of color is where Hildur shines. Her delicate works make any animal beautiful, which is apparent in her sea cow tattoo above. Go to Blom if you’re wanting a delicate creature tattooed.
Jamie King is truly the king of Japanese-inspired sleeves. He isn’t afraid of color and is sure to leave you with gorgeous new artwork.
Specializing in small and precise work, Ping Ping has mastered keeping a steady hand. Don’t let her delicate work fool you, Ping Ping is also great at tattooing heavily-shaded images and animals.
Illustrative tattoos are what Kelsi Hooper does best. From fruits and flowers to animals and anatomy, Hooper does it all. She’s a great choice if you’re looking to tattoo an image of a pet.
Three words to describe Lolli’s tattoos: colorful, cute, and creepy. Lolli is your new go-to for whimsical tattoos.
If you’re searching for an artist who specializes in feminist works, body positivity, and feminine figures, Sally is the artist for you. With clean linework and bold imagery, you’re going to stand out with her tattoos.
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Although still an apprentice, Ylva Elhammer knows what she’s doing. With adorable doodle-like creations and tons of flash sheets, get inked by Elhammer if you’d like a tattoo with simple linework.
Come to silver for trees, mushrooms, and everything in between. If you’ve been wanting a nature-themed tattoo, Silver Fawkes is your artist.
To be perfectly honest, there isn’t a style that Henry James can’t tattoo. His portfolio features beautiful shading, pop-art, simple lines, watercolor, and everything else you could possibly desire.
Nick Wagner has done hundreds of script tattoos. No matter the font, he’ll nail it. Go to Wagner if you’re looking for a quote to be tattooed or if you’d rather go for new school design.
Avery Osajima is a poking goddess. You’ll be shocked to find out that all of her tattoos are poked by hand, without a machine. If you want a true professional, visit Osajima.
Cats, cats, and cats. Anna is able to reimagine all breeds as unique tattoos. Although she’s an apprentice, her colorful tattoos will have you thinking she’d been tattooing for years.
As the owner of Fist Full of Metal Tattoo, you bet Chris Adams knows his stuff. Adams has been working on Japanese tattoos lately and should be your go-to if you’d like a classic piece of art.
Although watercolor tattoos are incredibly hard to master, Ingrid Elaine may be one of the best watercolor tattoo artists in Seattle. If you’re looking for a watercolor tattoo, let her work her magic on you.
Geeky cartoons and shows are what Jenny Vidovic tattoos best. Go to her with your ideas of colorful cartoons or shows that you love. She’ll surely do them justice.
Gorgeous, realistic, and colorful is what Laura Exley is great at. She tattooed the lion above in just one day. If you’ve got a crazy idea and are willing to power through it in one day, this is one of the Seattle tattoo artists for you.
Bailey Parke tattoos designs are best described as kawaii style art. She’s tattooed tons of cartoon characters as well as cats with hats and food items. If you’re looking for an adorable tattoo, go to Bailey Parke.