Some local college chaps came into the shop a few months back and shot video for a tattoo documentary they were working on. And behold, the fruits of their labors! Look at those strapping young tattoo artists.
We’re sorry, but due to some permission issues, the video has been removed. We are looking to rectify the situation, and perhaps re-post it in the future if we can work out the problems.
It’s nose hair freezing weather out there today, and appropriately Jesse had a frozen fantasy piece to tattoo for client, Rich G. Taken from a Frank Frazetta original, the image of a sled pulled by polar bears, and driven by a skeletal barbarian was all too fitting for our weather. Our frozen wasteland reached below 15 below zero in Burlington, and even colder in the outskirts in the last two days.
Vermont winter is here in earnest.
Sonya has been one of my most devoted clients – as well as becoming a tremendous friend – since I first gave her a tattoo back around 1997. In our most recent venture we added to the very first tattoo done at Vermont Custom in July of 2009. Continue reading
Join us on New Year’s Eve for a little game of darts where everyone wins! Just like last year, all you need to do is hit the board. It will be covered with the most random tattoo flash images we can find – kinda like the stuff you see in other local shops. Continue reading
Are you looking for a tattoo? New to the area? Are you in school up the hill? Just point your computer or phone’s browser to this: On the bottom right of the image, there is a little doodad called a ‘QR Code’. (I duplicated it much larger at below right). If you have a smartphone with the right app, you can use it to go directly to our Google Maps page. Continue reading
Since its inception in May of last year, our shop was conceived as something different than the rest. A unique place for unique artists and clients. We have imagined a tattoo and body piercing studio without all of the preconceived notions of what a tattoo shop should be: no ‘flash’ artwork in catalogs or on the walls, a creative atmosphere without the assembly-line mentality, a friendly and professional staff, an open exchange of information. Continue reading