Most Popular Tattoo Styles
American Traditional, Biomechanical, Celtic, Cover Up, Japanese, New School, Photo Realism, Polynesian, Portrait, Watercolor, Script, Floral, Geometric, Black & Grey, 3D, Black & White, Tribal, Animal, Mandala, White Ink, Sacred Geometry, Trash Polka, Vegan
Here are some of the best Miami tattoo artists and shops according to our research. If you think we should add anyone to the list or if you see anything that should be edited, contact us by clicking here
Tattoo Profile: Over a dozen tattoo awards in tattoo conventions across the U.S. Some of these include tattoo of the day, first place Black and Grey and color.
Address: 1409 W 49th St, Hialeah, FL 33012
Phone: (305) 303-2025
Tattoo Artists: Omar Gonzalez
Tattoo Styles: Realism, Portrait, Black & Grey, Color, Traditional, Japanese, New School, Neo-Traditional, Polynesian, and Custom
Tattoo Removal: We provide All natural, Non-Laser Tattoo Removal, Tattoo Vanish Method is far Less Painful, More Cost Effective as it requires up to 50% Fewer Treatments.
Tattoo Profile: Fame Tattoos is the Best Tattoo Shop in Miami we take Tattoo Art to a different level spiritually and mentally. We have a high level of continuous clientele and catering to famous people. We don’t consider ourselves average tattoo artist. Our work is based on passion and vision, where we like to picture ourselves as if were writing or drawing a story of our clients life, past, future, or artistic Passion.
Sunset Tattoo Parlour
Address: 15580 SW 72nd St., Miami, FL 33193
Phone: (305) 383-7706
Tattoo Profile: Sunset Tattoo Parlour – Quality Custom tattooing. Come by and visit us. Great positive energy.
Almost Famous Tattoo Parlour
Address: 1559 SW 107th Ave., Miami, FL 33174
Phone: (305) 554-5040
Tattoo Profile: We are a collective of tattooers based in Miami, Florida. Celebrating 17 years in the same location. We pride ourselves on our commitment to quality and honesty. Our goal is to educate our clients arming them with the tools they need to make an informed decision about their tattoo. After all, tattoos ARE permanent!
Tattoos by Lou – North Miami
Address: 456 N.E. 167th St., North Miami Beach, Florida 33162
Phone: (305) 944-0888
Tattoo Profile: In 1989 Lou Sciberras opened his second tattoo studio in Miami. Having fallen for Miami, Lou decided to play on local history by naming this studio Moon Over Miami Tattoo, what is now known as Tattoos by Lou’s North Miami Beach.
Tattoos by Lou – Kendall
Address: 9820 South Dixie Hwy, Kendall, Florida 33157
Phone: (305) 670-6694
Tattoo Profile: Here at Tattoos by Lou, we refer to our Kendall studio as #1. This location in South Miami Dade County was the first studio Lou Sciberras opened after relocating to the area in 1986. Located five miles from the Homestead Air Force Base, Tattoos by Lou was at one time the only professional tattoo studio in all of Miami-Dade County. The closest professional tattoo studio was Tat’s Taylor in Fort Lauderdale.
Tattoos by Lou – South Beach
Address: 231 14th Street, Miami Beach, FL 33139
Phone: (305) 532-7300
Tattoo Profile: In 1990 Lou Sciberras, with his daughter Michelle, opened the first tattoo studio on Miami Beach. Known as â€œThe One and The Onlyâ€ tattoo studio on Miami Beach, Lou’s childhood friend Frankie Fasula did most of the build out and the studio opened its doors in January 1990. It wasn’t until 1994 that another tattoo studio opened on the beach.
Tattoo and Co
Address: 2679 NW 2nd Ave, Miami, FL 33127
Phone: (305) 485-0770
Tattoo Profile: A Miami tattoo shop featuring award-winning Miami tattoo artist Javier Acero. Providing custom tattoo designs, Oriental Tattoos and Portraits, and piercings. We use cutting edge procedures to ensure the highest cleanliness.
Indian Creek Tattoo
Address: 6992 Indian Creek Drive, Miami Beach, FL 33141
Phone: (786) 315-0222
Tattoo Profile: We are craftsmen and take pride in our trade. All of our focus is on giving you a solid, quality tattoo that will be worthy of wearing for the rest of your life! Walk-ins are always welcome and appointments are available for larger pieces when necessary.
Miami is the second largest city in Florida, with Jacksonville at number one. With a population of around 455,000 people, the tourists come in flocks of up to 3.5 million people each year. With the year round warm climate, it is no wonder why this great city attracts so many visitors. The urban areas of Miami consists of another 5.5 million people making this the seventh most populated and the fourth largest urban living area in the United States. Miami is well known for its entertainment industry, being a leader in finance, a wide culture range, and international trade. Miami is even in the top 10 richest cities in America with a rising economy. Given this, it is safe to say that Miami is a very rich city and is economically stable in nearly every aspect.
Before the 18th century when Europeans discovered southern Florida where Miami makes it home, the Tequestas, a Native American tribe ruled the area making the land their own. Another tribe that went by the name of Mayaimi lived around the Lake Okeechobee, this is where the name Miami originally comes from. After the 1800’s, settlers took over and made their homes. From here, the settlers that had stayed in the Miami area bought as much land as they could and would trade and sell it off to other settlers that wanted the land. This went on until the population of Miami started to expand. By the 1900’s, the population was at 1,600 people, in 1910, the population rose to 5,500 people. By 1920, in just 20 short years, the population of Miami rose to over 30,000 people. In the 1940’s, World War 2 was in affect. Southern Florida was the best spot that the military could set up a base because of their position on the ocean. During this time, the military had to take over the city, converting the hotels into barracks, the movie theaters into military classrooms, and the beaches into training grounds. After the war however, the military men and women stayed their spot and made their homes in Miami, this raised the population to over half a million by 1950. The 1980’s was a start for a new Miami, this is the time period in which the city really started to thrive and businesses were supporting the city properly. Tourist locations and hotels soon sprouted due to the sudden burst in money for the city. Now, Miami is one of the most richest cities in the United States, this says a lot considering the size of Miami itself. In 2010, Miami experienced what is called as an architectural boom, this is because of the new construction throughout Miami. The rise of skyscrapers and buildings in downtown Miami is even considered as one of the largest skylines in America right behind New York City and Chicago. Miami was voted one of the cleanest cities in America for its clean air, fresh green spaces, and clean drinking water.
Arts and Culture
The entertainment in Miami ranges anywhere from performing arts, to festivals. Art museums and history museums, music, sports, and even the cuisine in Miami is very much different than other parts of America. Because the Caribbean Islands are close to Miami, the culture is heavily influenced on the larger population of Cubans. There are many museums in Miami that are popular for those interested in the history and art side of the city. Some of these museums include the Frost Art Museum, Frost Museum of Science, the Institute of Contemporary Art, Vizcaya Museum and Gardens, along with many children museums as well.
Miami is home to Florida’s largest performing arts center, the Adrienne Arsht Center. This art center is located in downtown Miami and is even one of the largest centers in America. This art center puts on over 400 performances each year and has attracted around 450,000 people to the center core of Miami. Not only does this center put on performances attracting people from all over the world, they also have programs for those interested in becoming part of the arts. Its main goal is to make the arts as accessible to as many people as possible.
The cuisine of Miami is mainly influenced by the Caribbean and the Cubans who migrated there during the 1960’s, bringing with them their very own delicacies. Cuban sandwiches, espresso, and croquettes are examples of the Cuban foods that you may see in Miami. Miami is located near the water and a river runs through the city. Because of this, Miami has a large range of seafood restaurants full of fresh creatures of the Atlantic Ocean.
Miami has what is called a tropical monsoon climate. This tropical monsoon climate basically means that Miami has wet and dry seasons. During the wet seasons is the time when the most rainfall occurs. The wet season is determined on a month where the average precipitation is 60 millimeters or more. The dry season however is during the time of year the least amount of rainfall is recorded. This dry season normally has low humidity, so low that some rivers and watering holes dry up due to the lack of precipitation. The wet seasons in Miami usually last from May to October and during this time the temperatures are around the 80’s to 90’s but with the wetness brings high humidity with it. Because of Miami’s location, there is also a hurricane season. This hurricane season lasts from the beginning of June to the end of November. During this time frame is the most likely that the city will experience harsh weather conditions with the chance of a hurricane coming off the coast. Recently it has been found that Miami is at the verge of sinking. Precautions have been made but due to the global warming and the city being situated right next to the ocean. Miami beach has said to have increased its flooding rate by nearly 400 percent in the last decade alone. Water pumps, levees, and other drainage systems have been set up around the city, although this is just a temporary relief.
Miami is widely known as the most tattooed city in America. With 24 tattoo studios for every 100,000 people, you’ll definitely have options in South Beach. Miami is also home to TLC’s Miami Ink, which is one of the most popular shops in the U.S.
If you’ve had bad experiences getting tattoos or you’re not fond of what you currently have, you have options. There are laser removal businesses and you can even get a cover-up from your tattoo artist. The point is, Miami is home to some of brightest and best minds when it comes to tattoo art. If you’re looking for the perfect piece of body art, you can’t go wrong when you’re in Miami Beach.
Hours vary and some may be open 24 hours. Check our listings for tattoo artists that serve the Miami area.