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My recommendations for Arkansas/Oklahoma artists

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I can't recommend Joshua Henderson at Brainstorm Tattoos in Fayetteville, Arkansas, enough. He's done almost all of my tattoos, and he is a truly great artist. He is a fantastic designer. I can give him an idea, and he is off and running. I have never changed anything about his designs because they are THAT good. He'll also tell you if your ideas are shit. :D

Josh's work:


As for Oklahoma, you have to go to Pair-O-Dice Tattoo in Tulsa. Want to be tattooed by a crazy-talented legendary tattoo artist? Richard Stell is all of that and more. He's hilariously funny and a great conversationalist. His wife Jennifer is also amazingly talented and wickedly funny. Love this place.

A little something from Richard (with more to come):


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