Japanese Geisha Tattoo by Louis Santos

Japanese Geisha Tattoo Artwork by Louis Santos

Geisha with dragon tattoo sketch

I have done this japanese drawing with charcoal and graphite. That japanese geisha tattoo fantasy style drawing is where i am trying to push my art towards. I love doing japanese with a fantasy twist. It is a little daring as i understand japanese culture has rules and a historic background, which i do respect. More about this Tattoo

Floating Fox tattoo by Joe Galloway

Traditional fox tattoo

floating fox tattoo

Fox tattoo design was meant to be in colour as it was originally done as a painting. A client had asked me if i would make a black and grey version into a tattoo. Fun small gap filler tattoo as the client already had various art work on his arm.

If you would like to see more of my artwork please head over to my Drawings & Paintings and tell me what you think!

For a free consultation please email leedscustomtattoo@gmail.com or simply send it online via our free consultation form

Familia Tattoo Tshirt Giveaway!

Familia Tattoo Tshirt Giveaway

We are giving away some Familia Tattoo T-shirts, if you are interested just drop us an email, and come and collect at the studio. We are working on jumpers next. Keep an eye for Familia Tattoo Merchandises, it is all free of charge. if anyone pop by at the Leeds Tattoo Studio, we are happy to give away a gift bag, even if you not getting tattooed.

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Japanese Kitsune Tattoo By Joe Galloway

Japanese Kitsune Tattoo

Japanese Kitsune Tattoo by Joe Galloway

Completed Japanese kitsune tattoo today. I loved designing and tattooing this piece, I really love Japanese style of work and bringing my own ideas and style to each tattoo, thanks for sitting so well. Joe Galloway

Familia Tattoo Nerd Week

Familia Tattoo Nerd Week

Familia Tattoo Nerd Week

It is with pleasure, that Louis Santos and Joe Galloway present, The “Familia Tattoo Nerd Week”. We are going to spend a whole week tattooing video game characters and Comic super-heroes or villains.

As we know how far computer games have developed nowadays, we fell like its a way to inspire us artistically. As our childhood was spent mostly playing computer games, and reading comic books, we felt it was a good way to translate to tattooing, an art form that we spent most of our childhood admiring.

We would like to invite you all who like computer games or comic heroes to participate in this week of celebration of an art form, that nowadays have become even more successful than movies.

Dates to be announced in November.

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