Gabby Power

I am a sucker for kittens, puppies, rainbows and pretty much anything cute, and on the verge of creepy (like a basket full of puppies and kittens that are zombies). I’ve always been drawn to anything art related (haha pun), and as far back as I can remember tattooing has persisted to push itself to the forefront of my mind. Proceeding many trials and tribulations I somehow ended up in Montreal attending University for Fine Art. After receiving my degree I moved to Vancouver,... Read More

Andrew Warren

As far back as I can remember I’ve been surrounded by tattooing.  Born in Toronto I was kidnapped by bikers at a very young age and forced to tattoo for baby formula and diapers. At some point in my youth I escaped and not much is known about the next several years. Only that I was later found by a group of traveling carnie gypsy Pygmy monk tattooers who discovered me floating on a raft in the ocean with a tiger and a bunch of tattoo equipment. Inexplicably I had somehow... Read More

Andy Griffin

In 2011, Dave Munro was kind enough to teach me this beautiful craft, after caving to my constant harassment and loitering. For which I’ll be forever grateful. I like to work with classic Western and Japanese themes, but, will work with you to get you the tattoo your heart desires.   [Show as slideshow] ... Read More

Mike Ledrew

I’ve been tattooing professionally now for 18 years. My career began in Toronto and allowed me to work at some of the premier shops the city had to offer as well as trips across America, Canada and Europe. In 2006, I relocated to St. John’s to work at trouble Bound Studio and have been enjoying the shop a lot. I’m versed in all the varying styles of tattooing but favor bold, solid tattoos. I’d like to take the time to say thanks to all my customers past,... Read More

Dave Munro

  In the summer of 1992, I began an apprenticeship at Accents of Skin in Toronto under Toby Martin. Back then, I was 18, naive and not prepared for the bizarre circumstances and situations under which that particular shop was accustomed to operating. After 6 months and a meager 6 tattoos under my belt, I snapped. A vast number of obscure jobs, a stint in the ivory tower of higher learning and 4 years later, I was ready to return to the industry. Once again, luck shone upon... Read More

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