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 Anaheim 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
Alex Correa Jr.
Eighth Element Tattoo
Address: 8756 Warner Ave, Fountain Valley, CA 92708
Phone: (714) 847-4777
Tattoo Profile: Eighth Element Tattoo has been open since 2009 and continues to strive as one of Orange County’s premier tattoo studios. Advanced Training in the latest sterilization techniques and equipment, and Bloodborne Pathogens Certification. We are a International award-winning custom tattoo studio. Eighth Element Tattoo is owned by Frank Tran.
Port City Tattoo
Address: 1145 Baker St, Costa Mesa, CA 92626
Phone: (714) 708-2120
Tattoo Profile: Port City Tattoo originally started as a Long Beach Tattoo Shop back in April of 2012. This area in Southern California has been viewed as one of the best places in the World to get high quality Long Beach Tattoos. In the spirit of expanding our unique Port City Tattoo brand, and spreading top-notch artistry through tattooing, we opened the doors to our Costa Mesa Tattoo Shop location in August of 2014.
Olde Tyme Tattoo
Address: Cigarette Plaza, 2900 N Brea Blvd, Fullerton, CA 92835
Phone: (714) 671-9529
Tattoo Profile: Olde Tyme Tattoo has a comfortable and professional atmosphere and is located the historic city of Fullerton. We offer classically trained artists with decades of collective experience in a variety of styles from photo-realism to traditional American style tattooing. Our true specialty is versatility. Our reviews speak for themselves
Mi Familia Tattoo Studio
Address: 1523 W Katella Ave #106, Anaheim, Ca 92802
Phone: (714) 808-0156
Tattoo Profile: We tattoo Black and Gray Realism, Portraits, custom lettering, color work, traditional, coverups and oriental.
Crimson Moon Tattoo & Piercing
Address: 13433 Lambert Rd, Whittier, CA 90605
Phone: (562) 693-2640
Tattoo Profile: Established in 2013. Family owned business started in 2013 striving to provide awesome and sterile Tattoos and piercings on clients.
Address: 1755 S Claudina Way, Anaheim, CA 92805
Phone: (714) 533-9200
Tattoo Profile: Torch Tattoo opened in 2010 in Anaheim, California near Disneyland, Angel Stadium, and the Honda Center. We are experienced artists who create high-quality designs in a friendly, relaxed, and clean environment.
Engineerink Tattoo and Body Piercing
Address: 2443 E Orangethorpe Ave, Fullerton, CA 92831
Phone: (714) 738-0666
Tattoo Profile: Opened in 2014 by shop owner, Josh Palmer, Engineerink Tattoo and Body Piercing is Fullerton’s premier tattoo and body piercing shop. Our customers have consistently given us high reviews for customer service and satisfaction. Our 1650 square foot facility with a large waiting area with plush leather sofas, 9 comfortable tattoo stations, a body piercing room, and a private tattoo room.
Address: 1655 North Glassell Street, Orange, CA 92867
Phone: (714) 921-8282
Tattoo Profile: We specialize in all styles for any art collector like beautiful bold color to old school traditional; Japanese body suits to Aztec culture; black and grey to dramatic lettering. Always clean and sterile, single use needles, hospital grade sterilization and our staff maintains the cleanest bathroom in the industry (In our humble opinion of course).
Future Tattoo & Body Piercing
Address: 645 South State College Blvd, Fullerton, CA 92831
Phone: (714) 738-1030
Tattoo Profile: Years of professional experience, exceptional talent and excellent service keep Future Tattoo’s many satisfied customers coming back!
Fine Tattoo Work
Address: 745 West Chapman Ave, Orange, CA 92868
Phone: (714) 997-4389
Tattoo Profile: Fine Tattoo Work was established by Lucky Bastard in 2004. He began his tattoo career in 1989 and is world renowned for his traditional Americana and Japanese work. Fine Tattoo Work is now housed with some of the most talented and professional artists in the business. In 2011 they moved locations to it’s current home in Old Towne Orange, California.
All Hallows Ink
Address: 110 North Harbor Blvd., Fullerton, CA 92832
Phone: (714) 871-3035
Tattoo Profile: We specialize in custom tattooing and professional body piercing. We have 6 tattoo artists and 2 professional piercers to choose from. Our artists work ranges from traditional, to portrait, black and grey, and lots of color. We have someone for everything you might be thinking to dream up. Let us bring your designs to life. We are a group of professionally published award winning artists… come in today and get your tattoo or piercing. Walk-In’s are always welcome too!
Saints & Sinners
Address: 9141 Garden Grove Blvd, #A, Garden Grove, CA 92844
Phone: (714) 620-5831
Tattoo Profile: We specialize in american traditional, neo traditional, lettering, black and grey portraits, cover ups, cosmetic tattooing (eyebrows), and photo realism.
Address: 12776 Brookhurst St., Garden Grove, CA 92840
Phone: (714) 534-8784
Tattoo Profile: A-Town Tattoo signature style is Polynesian and Tatu artistry. We also specialize in traditional tattoo styling. At A-Town Tattoo we regularly have guest artists from Japan, Samoa, Hawaii and New Zealand.
Anaheim, California has a rich tattoo history. Featuring shops such as Saints & Sinners, Fine Tattoo Work, All American Tattoo and A-town Tattoo, Anaheim is a great destination if you’re looking for some new ink. With a population of 341,361 there are lots of potential customers for the parlors in town. Yelp currently lists 98 different shops when searching for “tattoo” in Anaheim. Google Places lists 967 different tattoo shops in the Anaheim area, which shows how competitive the state truly is. When doing research for your artist, we suggest not paying too much attention to price because quality is much more important when you’re going to be living with the artwork for the rest of your life.
Anaheim is a city located in Orange County, California. With a population of around 340,000 people, this makes Anaheim the 10th most populated city in California and the largest in Orange County. Anaheim has been known around the region for its theme parks and convention centers. Having the second largest landmass for a city in California, it is no wonder why there are so many theme parks and other forms of entertainment in the area. Anaheim is within the Los Angeles metropolitan area which is the 18th largest in the world in terms of population and the second largest in the state of California. Orange County did not break off from this area as its own county until 1889. In 1955, Disneyland was constructed in the city, that is when all of the construction of motels, hotels, and residential living areas were incorporated. Because of all the new construction, this made Anaheim a large industrial area. They soon began producing items such as electronics, canned fruits, and parts for aircrafts. Anaheim is split into three different districts that all serve different purposes. The most visited area by tourists would have to be the Anaheim Resort district. This district includes places such as Disneyland and the Disneyland Resorts, this area has hotels and motels all over the region mostly used by tourists on vacation that visit the two theme parks. The second district of Anaheim is called the Platinum Triangle district. This Platinum Triangle district was once a large industrial area but due to redevelopment, it is quickly becoming a residential area for the citizens in the county. Retail spaces and offices are also being developed in this area for a more urban feel. The third area is once again an industrial area. The Anaheim Canyon is north of Route 91 and east of Route 57 in the California state.
The area that we know now as Anaheim, California was founded by around fifty German families in 1857. Coming from San Francisco, and before that, Rothenburg ob der Tauber, these German families left their homes in San Francisco to seek out a large amount of land to harvest their grapes. This group of 50 families bought around 1200 acres of land, each acre of land costing them 2 dollars. For only around 800 dollars, the group bought a company that they named the Anaheim Vineyard Company. The name Anaheim itself means ‘home by the Santa Ana River’ in German. Most of the German people that settled in this area were not wine makers however. Many of the Germans were mechanics and carpenters. The knew little about making wine but succeeded in developing a structured system to produce it. Within this area of land they bought, they soon built a town center and a school for the children to attend. Homes were now being built in the area as well, with the first house constructed in 1857. About 15 years later the town already had its own source of news by developing a newspaper company they called the Anaheim Gazette. A year later in 1871, a hotel was constructed in the area. Although at first the German people of Anaheim found great success as California’s leading wine producer, this soon pummeled in 1884 when a deadly disease infected many of the grapes in the vineyards. It took less than a year for this problem to effect the entire town, after this problem occurred, the area had to look for a different way of making money. Luckily, there were more crops that they harvested other than grapes. These included fruits, vegetables, and nuts such as walnuts, lemons, and oranges. In 1887, the county was connected to other regions through railways, this expanded the businesses immensely.
Before Disneyland was opened for business, the area that inhabited it was full of orange groves. A man by the name of Bennet Payne Baxter was a farmer who successfully came up with his own way of irrigating the oranges and creating the orange groves. Not only was the land that he farmed on thriving with groves, he traveled along to other farms to help out the farmers and farmhands, teaching them his secret of growing so many oranges. This made Anaheim a very popular rural community for crops, this was until they constructed Disneyland and the building of the Angels baseball stadium on the land that was once filled with orange groves.
Since the opening of Disneyland in 1955, the city of Anaheim has had well over 700 million visitors. As previously mentioned, the construction of this park was built upon the orange and walnut groves, some of these orange trees are even still there today with the park built around them. In the 1990s, this park district of Anaheim was recognized as the Anaheim resort area. Hundreds of thousands of tourists go to this area every year, because of this, this district makes most of its money off of those who come to visit the area by visiting the theme parks and staying in the many hotel/motels in the region.
Anaheim has what is called a subtropical mediterranean climate. This climate derives from the mediterranean region in which many of the areas in that part experience this type of weather. The summers in Anaheim are very hot and dry. The winters on the other hand are not particularly cold, but they also are very wet and rainy. With highs of a little over 100 degrees in the summer, the temperature adjustment in the winter is not far behind with an average high of 95 degrees.
Since the founding of Anaheim by the Germans in the 1850s, the culture has expanded. As of lately, the demographics of Anaheim are as follows. Around 53 percent of the population is white, 52 percent is Hispanic, 15 percent is Asian, and 5 percent is African American. The culture has come a long way since it was founded, back when the German families bought the area, the entire population was white. 1970 was the first time the city of Anaheim saw any diversity with its people. By then, there was an upward amount of 20 percent Hispanics. 20 years later in 1990, the city brought in double that amount of Hispanics with about 32 percent of the people, the whites then started to decline to only 70 percent of the population. Now the area is pretty well regulated with a large diversity of people and cultures.