Goat Tattoo

Posted on by Tattooer in Traditional Tattoos.

Yes! I've wanted to do a crazy goat tattoo for some time now. This goat tattoo is on one of my oldest clients, Klecko. Klecko has been coming to me for his tattoo needs for about 6 years now. He has become more of a friend than a client, which is one of my favorite things about this job. Klecko was...

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Wycinanki Tattoo

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Wycinanki is the art of Polish paper cutting. Beth got this wycinanki tattoo with needles, thread and scissors worked into it because she loves to sew and knit. Wycinanki is a Polish tradition that was popular in the 1800's. Originally, shepherds cut patterns out of leather and tree bark. Colorful a...

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Red Fox Tattoo

Posted on by Tattooer in Traditional Tattoos.

Got to do this super fun fox tattoo on an old client, Sarah, last week. Sarah has been getting lots of fun tattoos from me over the last few years, this one is definitely my favorite. Canine tattoos have been a reoccurring theme for me at the Sea Wolf, most notably wolves. It's refreshing to have a...

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Sea Wolf Tattoo Video!

Posted on by Tattooer in Sea Wolf News.

  Please click on this post to enjoy the video. Our good friend, Riley Erickson, helped us out with another video project. Riley is a filmmaker with the House of 1817, a company that makes rad snowboarding films. He is also an exemplary tattoo client, one who appreciates all good things in tatt...

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Gorilla Tattoo!

Posted on by Tattooer in Traditional Tattoos.

The gorilla, largest of all primates, inhabits the forests of central Africa. The DNA of the gorilla is highly similar to that of a human, and are considered to be the closest relatives to humans next to chimpanzees. The name gorilla comes from the greek word "Gorillai" meaning tribe of hairy women....

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Tyrannosaurus Rex Tattoo

Posted on by Tattooer in Traditional Tattoos.

The Tyrannosaurus Rex, first part meaning "tyrant lizard" in Greek, and Rex translated to "king" in latin, was one of the largest land carnivores of all time. Being the most popular of all dinosaurs, it's no surprise that I have had so many opportunities to tattoo the Tyrannosaurus Rex. I am so grat...

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