Posted in Animal Tattoos with tags , , , on July 21, 2014 by Sara Purr

This is the biggest tattoo I have ever done! And it was the most challenging. Thanks Phoebe! You’re awesome!image


Posted in Buddhist Tattoos, Egyptian Tattoos, flower tattoos, girly tattoos, Hindi Tattoos, Religious/Deity tattoos, sacred geometry tattoos, small tattoos on July 6, 2014 by Sara Purr


Recent Work

Posted in flower tattoos, girly tattoos, Lady Tattoos, old school tattoos, Traditional American Tattoos with tags , , , , , on July 5, 2014 by Sara Purr








This week’s work

Posted in black and grey tattoos, Lettering Tattoos, old school tattoos, sacred geometry tattoos, small tattoos, Traditional American Tattoos with tags , , , , , , , on May 11, 2014 by Sara Purr



New stuff

Posted in Animal Tattoos, black and grey tattoos, flash, old school tattoos, small tattoos, Traditional American Tattoos, vintage tattoo flash on April 14, 2014 by Sara Purr

A few from last week…the dagger handle and lady head are both healed, the full one is new.





What a drag!

Posted in girly tattoos, Lady Tattoos, old school tattoos, Traditional American Tattoos, Uncategorized with tags , , , , on April 4, 2014 by Sara Purr

What a drag!

20 Great Female Tattoo Artists in History Tattooing Over 20 Years

Posted in Uncategorized on March 24, 2014 by Sara Purr

Sara Purr:

This is great.

Originally posted on TAM Blog:

By Dawn Cooke

In honor of women’s history month I have compiled a list of women in the history of tattooing. This is not a complete history by any means. There are hundreds of women throughout time who have contributed to the art form and trade of tattooing. Unfortunately a lot of them have gone unaccounted for.  I have tried to find some of the lesser-known women to highlight here however some of the well-known artists have also been included. I have included women with at least 20 years under their belts. I was overwhelmed with the response to my idea to write this article.

Some of the women earlier on in history who paved the way for us included several sideshow performers. Betty Broadbent and lady Viola are among the most well known. In the 1930’s Mildred Hull was one of the few women tattoo artists working on the…

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