Our Tattooists (both male and female) are certified artists, having a wide range of experience in all aspects of tattooing. We are competent in mainstream and traditional styles as well as portraiture and custom work.
We welcome customer’s personalised designs or incomplete artwork.
Our dedicated artists offer unbiased advice to both the committed enthusiast as well as the merely curious
Walk-in tattoo slots are welcome all days of the week but are subject to availability and run on a first-come-first-serve basis.
Appointments are to be made in shop upon paying a deposit to ensure the correct price and time frame for the tattooing can be calculated from viewing the design and its area of placement. This is why we cannot take appointments or give quotations by telephone or email.
We take health and safety seriously for the welfare of all our customers, which is why we have a strict ‘single-use’ on all needles, ink, ink cups used per customer.
Written after-care instructions are given to all of our clients.
We are proud of our work, emphasising customer care from original conception through to completed piece and after-care.
Having a keen interest in the arts, from school to studying Illustration at University of Arts, Bournemouth, Kyle started his tattoo career at The Grasshopper.
With many of these influences behind him, he has developed his illustrative style, varying from wildlife and natural forms to realism.
With a portfolio from small to large scale, colour/black and grey tattoos, Kyle can accommodate a wide range of clientele with thought out, original custom ideas to suit the customers' requests.
Tony started his tattoo career in 1995 and has been tattooing at The Grasshopper since 2000. He specialises in portraiture and realism. His artistic background comes from iconography, and in recent years he has developed a number of successful tattoo artists who work not only in London but all over the world through his apprenticeship scheme at The Grasshopper.
Larry comes from a graphic design background after studying at Camberwell College of Arts. He has been painting graffiti for nearly 15 years and is looking to incorporate this into his tattoo style. He likes working in a bold traditional style but can take on different styles of tattooing comfortably.
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