Meet the Artists

You’ve heard their names. You’ve admired their work. You’ve seen them on TV and in magazines. Now learn more about the award-winning artists who are breaking new ground and helping clients bring their tattoo visions to life.

Trudy Lines

Trudy has been obsessed with drawing ever since she can remember. Thus pursuing higher education at the “Higher Technical Institute for Graphic and Communication Design” seemed like an obvious choice...


You might know him from the show Inkmaster or from national conventions—Javyo grew up in his father’s tattoo shop, so it was natural he would become an accomplished artist.

Babiery Hernandez

Known for award-winning work that showcases a lot of details, bold lines, bright colors and dimensions, Babiery’s style is all his own.

Joey Tattoo

After years spent earning a reputation for his amazing work, Joey Tattoo has helped other artists turn their shops around on Spike TV’s reality show, Tattoo Rescue.

Jhon Campuzano

Jhon’s art is instantly recognizable for its depth and realism, from horror and portraits to black and grey scenes from his own cool twisted imagination.

Duffy Fortner

Duffy is a self-proclaimed "tattoo brat" having grown up in the industry — her parents started Red Octopus Tattoos in 1992, when Duffy was six years old...

Nico Perez

Nico is known for his realistic skulls and flowers, but he’s worked with customers to create beautiful creations that match their dreams.

“Frodo” Rudy Nunez

Call it new school with no limits—Frodo’s work ranges from black and grey realism to color and anything in between.

Mike Evans

With his vibrant colors and photo-realistic style, Mike brings a positive energy to everything he does—including helping to legalize tattooing in his home state of Oklahoma.

Wilson Chacon

Wilson approaches each tattoo as a collaboration with his client and especially enjoys the challenge of taking on more complicated pieces that other artists have turned away...