Celebrate the art of tattoo
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.
They say the best things come in small packages. In this case, the best things come in small tattoos – very, very small tattoos. Micro tattoos, to be exact.
Anime is taking over American pop-culture and those iconic characters seem to be popping up everywhere—including the tattoo world.
When you find something you love, it’s important to go after it.
Also known as Micro tattoos, these small and understated pieces of art are typically less than two inches in size and characterized by clean, crisp lines.
Whether you’re getting inked for the first time or filling in the few gaps you have left, a tattoo is a form of self-expression that can speak volumes.
That’s how Hart & Huntington tattoo artist Arianna Marotta sees the art of tattooing.
”Neotraditional tattoos have all the foundations of American Traditional pieces but take a more stylized and detailed approach.”