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Hey all nice to meet everyone? Im an east coast tattoo enthusiast, located in nyc. Only two real tattoos to talk about I have back piece done by tony ciavarro and leg sleeve done by jerry issel. Im just looking to learn about tattooing and just look for new ideas for new pieces. I would love to get an animal piece in the future so just looking for peoples opinions on tattoo artists.

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Hey guys thanks for the welcome. Very nice traditional work Marley it looks great. Yea I have been looking into getting two half sleeves. I was thinking of going with Yomico Moreno I am impressed by his animal tattoos. I will post some pics of my tattoos shortly.

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Welcome! Check out some of Mike Rubendall's work. Unfortunately he books around 2 years out, and he just opened his scheduling a few weeks back for 2016-2017, but all the work I've seen from the guys in his shop is great. King's Avenue Tattoo (they have a shop on the Bowery, and one on LI)

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Welcome! Check out some of Mike Rubendall's work. Unfortunately he books around 2 years out, and he just opened his scheduling a few weeks back for 2016-2017, but all the work I've seen from the guys in his shop is great. King's Avenue Tattoo (they have a shop on the Bowery, and one on LI)

grez and rose hardy are on my list

check out bailey robinson too

chris garver at invisible

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I will take a look, thank you so much for all your advice. can anyone recommend a realism artist?

Matt "Skinny" Bagwell - also working out of Kings Avenue. His instagram name is xskinnyx

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