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New Hampshire Congress St. Tattoo - *** Congress st/Hobos tattoo. Jason Scott is a great tattooer and has some strange (honest higgs-ish good strange) traditional tattoos I love. Bill Rocha works at the shops and was Marcus Khuns apprentice and it shows, but beyond that hes a solid tattooer. I dont know the rest but ron wells and chad k do guest spots and its new england tattoo history. So yea...add them haha.

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Here's just a few off the top of my head in the northeast:

Dennis Del Prete, Providence Rhode Island:

Providence Tattoo - TATTOOS

Chris Tavino, Danbury, CT

Hat City Tattoo » Gallery

Adam Lauricella, Wappinger Falls, NY

http://www.adamlauricella.com/

Civ, Sayville, NY

http://lotustattoo1.com/

(and its probably a type-o but the correct name is Jay Audette at Flying Tiger in CT)

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Kore Flatmo- Cincinnati, Ohio Plurabella Studios

Also Mason Williams - Cincinnati, Ohio He works at PluraBella but not with Kore. They just have different spaces in the same building. He was Kore's apprentice and is extremely proficient at black and grey. Solid tattooer...

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Also Mason Williams - Cincinnati' date=' Ohio He works at PluraBella but not with Kore. They just have different spaces in the same building. He was Kore's apprentice and is extremely proficient at black and grey. Solid tattooer...[/quote']

We should probably add Brenda Flatmo at Plurabella too. She is doing a piece for my wife when I get mine done.

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Absolutely... Brenda does really good work at her style. It is really soft and clean. She has a very graceful style.

Yeah, she is doing some tulips, roses, and butterflies on my wife's lower leg. The study she did for her was beautiful.

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if there are any tattooers you'd recommend me putting on this portion of my blog, help my ass out. Thanks, guys.

Tattooers by State | Our Endless Days

Electric Cobra shut down a couple years ago, Jesse Bob works at Historic Tattoo Society and Thomas Morgan has a shop in Huntington Beach CA. Seth doesn't really work at Atlas and Dan owns Atlas but is mostly tattooing out of Blackheart and Tattoo 13 in SF.

People I would add

Jason Kundell- Artwork Rebels

Mike Volkakis-Oddball Tattooery

Eli Falconette-Blacklist Tattoo

Ashley Howell-Acme Tattoo Co.

Jerry Ware-Atlas Tattoo

Cheyenne Sawyer-Atlas Tattoo

Jacob Redmond-Atlas Tattoo

Lewis Hess-Atlas Tattoo

Ross Carlson-Artwork Rebels

Craig Brown-Historic Tattoo Society

Josh Mcnair- Handsome and Smart Tattoo -Roseburg, Oregon

Luis Keys-Sacred Art Tattoo- Corvallis Oregon

Washington

Marco Hernandez- Lit Fuse Tattoo - Olympia

Chuco Garcia - Old Gold Tattoo - Bellingham

Derek Noble- Lucky Devil- Seattle

Jeremy Maurstad- Vancouver

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Louisiana -

Randy Muller - New Orleans ((( EYECANDY TATTOO ))) NEW ORLEANS LOUISIANA / Randy Muller Tattoos New Orleans Louisiana / Eye Candy Tattoo / Tattoos by Donn Davis Don /New Orleans Best Tattoos / tatu / tatoo / tatto / tattoo shops / shop / designs / Tattoos by Jeremy MF Justice

Michael Cangelosi - New Orleans ((( EYECANDY TATTOO ))) NEW ORLEANS LOUISIANA / Randy Muller Tattoos New Orleans Louisiana / Eye Candy Tattoo / Tattoos by Donn Davis Don /New Orleans Best Tattoos / tatu / tatoo / tatto / tattoo shops / shop / designs / Tattoos by Jeremy MF Justice

Jeremy Justice - New Orleans Tattoos by JEREMY JUSTICE

Texas -

Nate Beavers - Houston Nate Beavers :

Jeff Ensminger - Austin Tattoos

Joey Ortega - Austin Joey Ortega, Triple Crown Tattoo - Austin, Texas

Jaie Devore - Auston compostyourneighbor

New York -

Erica Flannes - NYC Erica Flannes | Red Rocket Tattoo New York City

Jon Mirro - Buffalo Jon Mirro | Hand Of Doom

California -

Eric Jacobsen - San Francisco Erik Jacobsen Tattoos

Indiana -

Teresa Sharpe - Fort Wayne Studio 13 : Tattoos : Page 1

DC -

Cynthia Rudiz Cynthia Rudzis, Tattoeuse

Washington -

Atom - Seattle Atom at Artcore Studios

Illinois -

Jason Vaughn - Chicago Jason Vaughn Tattoos and Artworks

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Louisiana -

Randy Muller - New Orleans http://eyecandytattoo.com/randy.html

Michael Cangelosi - New Orleans http://eyecandytattoo.com/michael.html

Jeremy Justice - New Orleans http://jmfjtattoo.com/home.html

Texas -

Nate Beavers - Houston http://www.tattoosbynate.com/

Jeff Ensminger - Austin http://www.jeffensminger.com/tattoos/

Joey Ortega - Austin http://www.joeyortega.com/index.php

Jaie Devore - Auston http://www.compostyourneighbor.com/

New York -

Erica Flannes - NYC http://redrockettattoo.com/nyc/artist/erica-flannes/

Jon Mirro - Buffalo http://www.jonmirro.com/

California -

Eric Jacobsen - San Francisco http://jacobsenart.com/artwork/2613121.html

Indiana -

Teresa Sharpe - Fort Wayne http://teresasharpeart.com/tattoos/

DC -

Cynthia Rudiz http://chesapink.com/home.html

Washington -

Atom - Seattle http://www.artcoreseattle.com/artists/atom-2/

Illinois -

Jason Vaughn - Chicago http://jasonvaughntattoos.com/artwork/1709736.html

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All the guys over at Tattoo Faction in Cleveland. Greg Christian, Robbie Hamilton, Dave and Dan Wulff, Cindy Stroemple.... All great people and rad tattooers.

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If I were you I would seperate California into three sections, Bay Area/North, LA Region, and San Diego. Similar things could be done for states with one big city list those shops first together and then list stuff in smaller towns at the end, also listing people who work at same shop together. I get that you have it alphabetical for whole state, but that only works out if you know the name of the tattooer you are looking for, in which case you wouldn't need this list.

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Bill Canales, Marcus Kuhn (The Gypsy Gentleman) and Gemma Pariente are at Full Circle Tattoo in San Diego, as are several other excellent tattooers.

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For Michigan: Dawn Cooke, Jon Larson, and Bill Falsetta at Depot Town Tattoo in Ypsilanti (Chris Fox is tattooing there now as well, not at Fish Ladder in Lansing). Leo Zulueta and Michael Aul at Spiral Tattoo in Ann Arbor. Dan Rick at Signature Tattoo in Ferndale. Mike Emmett and Timm Talcott at Front Street Tattoo in Traverse City.

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Thanks for everything posted in here. I've been super busy the passed few days, so ill be adding people you guys posted.

Need some opinions. I'm thinking about putting together a zine. If I did , might that be something you guys may be interested in purchasing? It would most likely be cheap as hell, and, if people were interested, I would consider putting out more.

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