Tattoo meets art
“The aim of art is to represent not the outward appearance of things, but their inward significance.” – Aristotle
From small, simple line drawings, to full arm sleeves, we will most likely be more excited about your tattoo than you.
Depending on your skin type and aftercare, some tattoos need some extra love after healing. We’ve got you covered.
Give your face extra definition and make the process of putting on make-up so much quicker with permanent brows.
If chilled was a vibe, it would describe us perfectly. With a dash of quirky-ness and a side of lame jokes, we promise we are professionals… We will laugh with you , maybe sometimes at you, and most likely be more excited about your tattoo than you are. We also have a donkey named Koos which is pretty cool.
- AKA Monah
- Owner & Head Artist
- 10+ Years experience
“I truly find it difficult to commit to just one style of tattooing as I really enjoy all styles and I keep changing my mind about what my favourite one is. I have however come to the conclusion that fine lines, bold lines or just a lot of lines make me happy.”
- AKA Bails
- Apprentice to Mona & Junior Artist
- 1+ Years experience
“Art has always been a passion of mine but I never really knew where I fit in. Tattoos have given me a place in this world and my awkward soul has found a home. I’m eager to find my style, and working on mastering my craft and being the best I can be.”
Whether you’re searching for your next decor item, the perfect gift, or just some inspiration, our art pieces are one of a kind and looking for their new home.
- Q&A with tattoo apprentice, BailsHow did you get your tattoo apprenticeship? How long have you been an apprentice? I first got interested in tattoos in high school as I started getting tattoos when I was 16. When I finished school I was got a forearm piece done by Monah and asked her about … Read more
- Why is my tattoo disappearing?“Are you sure you want to get a tattoo, it’s going to stay on you forever?”. That’s not always the case. Fading tattoos are a real concern, especially if you’re investing a lot of money into a big piece. In this post, resident tattoo artist, Monah, explains the process … Read more