Celebrate the art of tattoo
Hart & Huntington founder Carey Hart created Good Ride, an awesome motorcycle charity that benefits the heroes who’ve served our country. Along with group rides, the foundation holds auctions to raise money. But it’s Carey Hart, so you know we’re not auctioning off fruit baskets.
The artists at Hart & Huntington are often asked how they come up with pricing for their tattoos. Isaac Bills and JC Hernandez break it down for you, so you know exactly what you’re paying for.
Ok no, none of our shops are haunted. (That we know of.) But we have a group of clients who love Halloween, horror movies and all the ghosts and monsters that come with it. These tattoos can be very detailed, intricate and vibrant and come in all styles. Here are a few that we think are scary good.
To call JC Hernandez humble, is an understatement. Yet for as down to earth as he is, JC levels up his skills every chance he gets, constantly taking his artistry to new heights.
Sometimes, it’s about learning what not to do that makes us great at our work. This may very well be the case for Adam Natonio. His career started in a few shops that didn’t exactly hold the highest standards.
After you make the decision to get a tattoo, there’s only one thing harder than figuring out what you want to get—and that’s who you want to create it for you. How do you know who’s good and who can do what you’re looking to do? A few of the guys at Hart & Huntington Orlando have some advice to help
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These tattoos are made from something you’ve never seen before. You can become a part of the legend.
“I’ve worked so hard to do this properly. I never want to waste the opportunity. I hope you’ll get out of my chair and have this experience in your mind forever.”