Lubbock tattoo shops prepared to mark Friday the 13th Friday the 13th is widely considered to be a day filled with bad luck. But that superstition doesn’t stop people from wanting a permanent reminder of the day with a new tattoo, and getting a good deal on one doesn’t hurt either. Specials on Friday the
(epic music) – The long sweeping organic repeating patterns really, really appeal to me. There’s often a lot of hosey, serpentine shapes. What people see when they look at a biomechanical tattoo is I don’t know what that is. Then they almost immediately go, is that a dragon. – The way it changes the musculature,
– Hey what’s up guys? This is Dax, shop owner at Savage Tattoo. I just seen you filled out our consultation form, and so I wanted to thank you, because that’s the first step towards getting your dream tattoo. Give you three things, to prepare for this consultation coming up. Number one, make sure that
Hi there and welcome back to the Attitude YouTube channel! Today you will finally be able to see the entire shop so now we are going to follow Synøve, and you will see the entire tattoo shop! Here you can see our entrance and the wonderful reception This is where Dina and I sit and
– There’s something really exciting about getting a tattoo, right, but tattoos are permanent. You can’t just rush into these things and the process can be overwhelming. The first thing most people do is Google tattoo shops or tattoo ideas and there’s so many options it can be overwhelming, confusing maybe. What to get, what
(mellow indie rock music) – [Woman] I’ve always thought differently about tattooing, right from the very beginning. It didn’t make sense to me to be constantly putting the same images on people. It was interesting to me to give people more options about what they could get tattooed. – [Woman] I was always really interested
I look to microphone when I speak? Yes just talk to him. (laughing) Now okay. Cut. My Name is Remis, from Lithuania originally but I worked in Ireland for the last nine years, nine and a half years. I have my little studio there up in Dublin mountains. I start drawing probably 18 years ago.
– [Male Voiceover] Everyone’s tattooing is a reflection of who they are. Some of the stuff that just happens is madness. – [Male Voiceover] You’re taking something that is traditional throughout history of tattooing and you’re adding something new to it. – [Male Voiceover] The reason there’s such a stigma with Japanese tattooing is that