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 Atlanta 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 Styles: Custom, Realism, Horror
Tattoo Profile: Brandon Bond is one of the most influential tattoo artists alive today. His tireless focus in tattooing is only rivaled by his other business endeavors. Publishing books, creating award winning films, fundraising for a slew of charities, and teaching his tattooing techniques, he has created an Empire of success that is unparalleled, and his tattoo studio, ALL OR NOTHING Tattoo in Atlanta, GA has become the most published and award winning tattoo parlor in the history of tattooing, and is the home of some of the best tattoo artists in the world.
Address: 2088 Briarcliff Rd NE #1, Atlanta, GA 30329
Phone: (404) 254-5580
Tattoo Profile: One of Atlanta areas premier tattoo shops specializing in Japanese and traditional style tattoos. Our artists include Joe Vegas, Josh May and Darby Dust.
Golden Anchor Tattoo
Address: 3356 Chamblee Tucker Rd A, Atlanta, GA 30341
Phone: (678) 389-2344
Tattoo Profile: Welcome to the Award Winning Golden Anchor Tattoo Studio. We take pride in serving the metro Atlanta area with elite body art along with great customer service. We have multiple artists who range in many styles, feel free to check out the artist portfolios and set your appointment today!
Address: 3115 Piedmont Rd NE, A201, Atlanta, GA 30305
Phone: (404) 842-0505
Tattoo Profile: Providing the tattoo community in Atlanta and beyond with a world-class experience! Our commitment to you extends beyond the quality of your tattoo. As a custom design shop, our clients trust each and every one of our artists to conceive a piece that is unique for them.
Tattoo Fiesta – Duluth, Georgia
Address: 3750 Venture Dr, Duluth, GA 30096
Phone: (770) 495-1420
Tattoo Profile: Tattoo Fiesta is one of the leading tattoo and body piercing shops in Duluth GA. Our mission is to give our clients the best services and be the best in the Tattoo industry. We have creative and expert body piercers and tattoo artists in Atlanta who are highly skilled in tattooing, body piercing and tattoo cover up; using top notch modern equipment.
City of Ink
Address: 323 Walker St SW, Atlanta, GA 30313
Phone: (404) 525-4465
Tattoo Profile: City of Ink is an Art Gallery and Tattoo Studio in the downtown Atlanta Area (Castleberry Hill District). Experience the movement.
Sacred Heart Tattoo
Address: 483 Moreland Avenue Northeast, Atlanta, GA 30307
Phone: (404) 222-8385
Tattoo Profile: We’re the oldest running shop in Atlanta GA.Owned by Tony Olivas, we have some of the most talented artist in Atlanta. Specializing in custom tattoos, we do everything from traditional to portraits.
Atlanta, Georgia has a rich tattoo history. Featuring shops such as Mystic Owl Tattoo, Memorial Tattoo, Only You Tattoo, Ink & Dagger Tattoo Parlor, and Liberty Tattoo, Atlanta is a great destination if you’re looking for some new ink. With a population of around 435,000, there are lots of potential customers for the parlors in town. Yelp currently lists 182 different shops when searching for “tattoo” in Atlanta. Google Places lists 298 different tattoo shops in the Atlanta area, which shows how competitive the city truly is. Mystic Owl Tattoo currently boasts one of the best selection of artists in the area, featuring Mike Bugenhagen, Jace Masula, Vince Villalvazo, and Taylor Anne. 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.
Atlanta is a city that has a reputation for being one of the best places to visit in the south. It’s a haven of culture and history at the same time and has been a vacation destination for many years now. The ATL or Hotlanta is known as many different things. Its musical history and influence have touched many musicians. In fact, Ludacris, Usher and John Mayer all got their breaks in Atlanta and have lit up the music charts ever since. It’s known for the sports teams that make their home in Atlanta including the NFL’s Atlanta Falcons, baseball’s Atlanta Braves and the NBA’s Atlanta Hawks to name a few. It is also home to Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport which is considered to be the busiest airport in the world.
Below are some things you might not have known about Atlanta and we wanted to share them with you.
First, thing you should know about Atlanta is that it wasn’t the first choice for the capital of Georgia. In fact, Atlanta was the fifth city to get the title of the capital of Georgia. The government of Georgia resided in Savannah during 1776 when the state of Georgia was first established. However, in 1778, British forces captured Savannah while the Revolutionary War was in full swing. After that, the capital was moved to Augusta. The capital was moved once again when many said that Augusta was too far to the east so in 1796, they moved the capital to Louisville. Then there were reports of malaria being present in the area of Louisville so the capital was moved once again and this time was in 1807 and the city was Milledgeville. They even built a new capital building while they were there. The capital remained in Milledgeville until the year 1868 when the final destination was chosen and that is what we are talking about today; Atlanta, Georgia.
A fun fact about Atlanta is that there are more than 70 roads that have the name “Peachtree” in the name of the street. If you talk to someone in the area and ask for directions, chances are that they’ll tell you to go somewhere around, or down Peachtree. Contrary to belief, the name Peachtree in the Atlanta has nothing to do with peaches. Instead, it is named after a major village inhabited by the local Native Americans and one of the settlements they lived in was known as Standing Pitch Tree and eventually evolved into just Peach Tree.
The leads us to another fact about Peachtree in which 60,000 people run the Peachtree Road Race that happens every July 4th weekend. As far as 10k races go, this one is one of the biggest in the world. It’s no easy feat to get to run in this race. Every year the people that run this race have a lottery system to see who can run in it. Those that have run the race in consecutive years are known as streakers.
Now to the good stuff. Atlanta is well known for being the city in which the civil rights movement was birthed. The reason this is the case is because Martin Luther King Jr. was leading the movement and he was born here in Atlanta. But he wasn’t the only one as many civil rights groups and movements were started in Atlanta. If you want more information on the civil rights movement, you can go see the Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historic Site, which will give you all the information you could ever ask for about the Nobel Peace Prize winning leader. Not only is a great place to learn about a very important part of our country’s growth, you can see it for free because they don’t charge to go see it.
Something that a lot of people might not know about Atlanta is that there is a trail that goes all the way from Atlanta to Alabama and it is called the Silver Comet Trail. On this trail, you can get around how ever you’d like including horseback, in-line skating, riding a bike or a skateboard. This path is fully paved and it was formed on top of old railroad tracks. The trail is 61.5 miles long and it travel under mountains and over railroad trestles. It starts in Smyrna, Georgia at the Mavell Road Trailhead and ends at the state line of Alabama and Georgia. Once you hit the state line and enter Alabama, you can take the Chief Ladiga Trail and it goes for another 33 miles.
I don’t know if this is a fun fact but Atlanta was the only city in North America that was actually burned down as an act of war. On his way to the ocean, General Sherman burned Atlanta to the ground during the Civil War (or the War Between the States, as some of the older generations would say). This happened in November of 1864 and when the city surrendered to General Sherman, there were only around 400 structures even standing. However, the will of the people and the energy in the city had Atlanta on the rise in a short period and because Atlanta rose from the ashes like a phoenix, it ended up being the symbol of the city.
For anyone interested in religion or the history of it, Atlanta I home to the largest Hindu Temple in the world outside of the country of India. Atlanta is a true city for religious freedom as there are over 1,000 different places for locals to go worship. This includes mosques, synagogues, Hindu temples, Buddhist temples and churches. One in ten people that live in Atlanta were born outside of the United States so Atlanta is a true melting pot within a melting pot.
These are just a few reasons you should come to Atlanta and visit all these beautiful sites. Not only is a great place for adults to learn, but it is full of family friendly activities to get into as well.