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Whether this is your first tattoo or you’re fully inked, it’s important to put the time and effort into protecting your investment so it looks vibrant and crisp for years to come.
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We’ve got Steen Jones all the way from Australia at Hart & Huntington Las Vegas to introduce his latest t-shirt collection and transform our walls with one of his signature murals. Let’s go…
Hailing from the Philippines, Victor Rodriguez's family moved to the United States when he was 11 years old. Because of his very Hispanic name, the people he grew up around assumed Victor could speak Spanish, which he couldn't. This prompted Victor to come up with what he called his "tattoo name."
From his earliest childhood days, Yuba One loved art. You could catch him with his eyes glued to Bob Ross on PBS. But there was another side of art that was just as much a part of Yuba’s life growing up in the rougher parts of Los Angeles, and that was graffiti.
As Hart & Huntington’s marketing director, Stephen Csombok has seen first-hand the evolution of both tattooing and the shop. In fact, Stephen and his good buddy Chris Turck, the managing partner of Hart & Huntington, were a fixture in the Orlando shop from the moment it was being built.
"You get afraid that you'll lose the things you remember the most."
Picasso and Josh Stono have a thing or two in common—breaking the rules.
To Jessica Tickle, co-founder of the jewelry company STACKED, every tattoo has a story. That's undoubtedly the reason why Jessica is very intentional about each tattoo that she gets.