Tony was only fifteen when he first pierced someone.
He has travelled the world and gained extensive knowledge from the Aboriginals of Australia to the Iroquois Indians of North America.
He offers a complete piercing service covering above and below the waist, pocketing, implantation and is always open to new ideas.
Hilly’s tattooing career in Milton Keynes spans for over 25 years. Her areas of expertise are nature and wildlife designs, a remnant of her time as an RSPB artist.
Celtic knot work along with Polynesian and tradition tribal designs come in a close second. She has also been known to try her hand at her own original prehistoric Tribal patterns.
A master at freehand tattooing (tattooing straight onto the skin with no design either stencilled or drawn), she, however, is happy to draw on your skin to achieve a completely original design.
Old Skool, New Skool, Lettering or Football badges, she loves tattooing it all. Her fine line work has an edge due to a previous job as a Chinoiserie restorer.
Hilly relishes the challenge of cover-ups where she believes that the old design should be fully covered by the new to the extent that it looks like an original design.
Ryan started out his tattoo career in 2012 and soon he consolidated his style. he has ability in a wide variety of designs but specialises in neo-traditional (a combination of old school and new school tattoos merged in a way that brings forth a new style).
He is also willing and able to design original pieces to customer specification .
From skulls to roses to lettering and fine details this young budding artist can create anything the customer desires.