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Looking for Neo-Traditional in New England

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Hello,

I'm in New Hampshire and I'm looking for recommendations of artists in the New England area for neo-traditional style tattoos. I'm obsessed with Tom Bartley, but haven't been able to find any artists even remotely close to me that have comparable quality and style. I'm feeling discouraged!

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Hi!

My first recommendation is to take Oicha's advice. Depending upon what you want, NY is loaded with amazing artists. I am especially fond of the folks at Kings Avenue (Grez, Rose Hardy, Becca Genne-Bacon, Matt Adamson, Chris Fernandez). Todd Noble at Redemption is great as well.

What are you looking to get?

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22 hours ago, Oiocha said:

Dan by the wood out of new york, look at the top NY shops and I'm sure you will have a hard time picking out of the gigantic list of heavy hitters

Thank you for the recommendation! Great artist! 

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12 hours ago, Gingerninja said:

Hi!

My first recommendation is to take Oicha's advice. Depending upon what you want, NY is loaded with amazing artists. I am especially fond of the folks at Kings Avenue (Grez, Rose Hardy, Becca Genne-Bacon, Matt Adamson, Chris Fernandez). Todd Noble at Redemption is great as well.

What are you looking to get?

Thank you! I guess I'm just having a hard time searching for artists out of the hundreds of website/portfolios that are out there! Kings Avenue has some really nice artists. I want to get a half sleeve of my dogs. I really like the more realistic/modern style neo traditional with the naturey themes.

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9 hours ago, SStu said:

another way to describe the style you're looking for would be "illustrative". 

Yeah I wasn't quite sure how to describe it!  I know it's not "classic" neo-traditional.

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