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 Orlando 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
Rick Aggro Janus
OG Tattoos & Gallery
Address: 12211 Regency Village Dr #6b, Orlando, FL
Phone: (407) 778-4314
Tattoo Profile: This is what we aim to embody: VISION. Not our own, necessarily, but the very fact that the human mind is a facilitator for artistic vision – YOUR vision. Not everyone has the skills necessary to visually translate how they feel, and what they see. This is where we come in!
Simple 5 Tattoo Studio
Address: 714 N Thornton Ave, Orlando, FL 32803
Phone: (407) 930-3671
Tattoo Profile: We are a loyal group of artists who are true to our craft. We strive to deliver quality art to people who are in search of an extraordinary experience.
Otown Ink Tattoo
Address: 15745 State Rd 535, Orlando, FL 32821
Phone: (407) 370-5070
Tattoo Profile: OTown Ink Seeks to bring Art, Ink, Fashion, news and Rock nÂ´Roll to the maximum level of our generation. Featuring international tattoo artist David Moy
Address: 3920 N Dean Rd Orlando, FL 32817
Tattoo Profile: Our primary goal and mission is to create an organization dedicated to the prosperity and success of tattoo artists and body piercers worldwide. Our organization is locally owned and operated in every market by tattoo artists for tattoo artists!
Chicago Tattoo Co
Address: 1790 State Road 436 Winter Park, FL 32792
Tattoo Profile: Chicago Tattoo Co. & Body piercing offers a variety of designs for tattoos and professional body piercing. Feel free to contact us for a consultation.
Divine Torture Tattoo Studio
Address: 3223 Curry Ford Rd, Orlando, FL 32806
Phone: (407) 896-8489
Lowbrow Art Productions
Address: 634 E Colonial Dr, Orlando, FL 32803
Phone: (407) 316-0013
Tattoo Profile: A home for artists and artisans where creativity manifests itself through various art forms. Walk ins Welcome! Call for availability!
Inner Image Ink
Address: 825 Virginia Dr, Orlando, FL 32803
Phone: (407) 894-9233
Tattoo Profile: Inner Image Ink has been going strong for almost 6 years now… Crazy how time flies! Thanks to all the continued support from all the old faces that have been here, you are what is making this still be such a success!! To all you new faces, I hope to continue to see you here!
Address: 832 N Mills Ave Orlando, FL 32803
Tattoo Profile: At Ascension, we take pride in being a fully custom studio where all pieces of tattoo art are designed specific for each client by our award-winning artists. Each artist has their own unique and distinct style with a steadfast commitment and dedication to their art and this industry. Take a look at their various works and decide who’s right for you and your idea.
Cast Iron Tattoos
Address: 2818 S Orange Ave Orlando, FL 32806
Tattoo Profile: Welcome to Cast Iron Tattoos! Orlando’s premiere tattoo studio. We are family owned and operated with over 50 years combined industry experience. Fully licensed, clean, and sterile! We offer a full range of tattoo options. Our talented and friendly artists will create the design you are looking for. We are happy to answer any questions you might have. We want your experience to be enjoyable.
Miss Heidi’s Tattoo
Address: 5008 Edgewater Dr Orlando, FL 32810
Tattoo Profile: Dubbed Orlando’s finest tattoo studio, and owned by Miss Heidi, who has been tattooing for over 20 years, our studio strives to not only exceed but change industry standards. We’re primarily a custom studio but walk-ins are welcome (based on availability). Please see our hours of operation, and stop by to meet our award-winning artists. We’re honored to have your business, and look forward to working with you!
Hart and Huntington Tattoo Orlando
Address: Universal City Walk, 6000 Universal Blvd, Ste 745A Orlando, FL 32819
Tattoo Profile: The atmosphere. The artists. The adrenaline. Hart & Huntington Tattoo Co. Orlando, located in Universal CityWalk, may be in the center of world-famous theme parks but it holds its own as a world-class attraction. It’s home to the best names in Orlando tattoo artists, each with a story to tell and unparalleled talent.
Stigma Tattoo Bar
Address: 17 S Orange Ave Orlando, FL 32801
Tattoo Profile: Stigma Tattoo Bar is a 1-stop studio. Bring your friends & relax while some get tattooed & others learn/play on the poles with our professional instructors.
Rise Above Tattoo
Address: 1009 N Mills Ave Orlando, FL 32803
Tattoo Profile: This is a collective of established artists in Orlando coming together to bring all there knowledge and talents to one place. Combined we have over 50 years experience to give you the best tattoos.
Orland sits in central Florida surrounded by a plethora of lakes. It is the seat of Orange county and resides around 85 miles northeast of Tampa and 60 miles to the northwest of Melbourne. Orlando has one of the biggest populations in Florida.
The area was initially occupied by the Timucua first and then the Seminole people. Around 1843, settlement started around the U.S. Army post, Fort Gatlin. The area was named Jernigan after any early settler named Aaron Jernigan. Later in 1857, the town was renamed after Orlando Reeves who was killed during the Seminole Wars. The area was a cattle and cotton center before the American Civil War. Citrus fruits then became the leading industry after the war. Then in 1880, the South Florida Railroad came to the area and was extended into Tampa in 1883. The Cape Canaveral aerospace complex was developed after 1950, 50 miles east of the city which helped the economic growth of the city. This was further boosted when in 1971, just 20 miles southwest of the city, when Disney World was built. With the addition of the Orlando Magic franchise for the National Basketball Association and other attractions that were built, the city continued to flourish.
When Disney World was built in Orlando, the economy for Orlando went through the roof. Disney had considered Tampa and Miami areas for the park however, because of the hurricanes, Walt Disney chose Orlando as the destination. It opened in October 1971 and spawned explosive economic growth and population bursts for the surrounding area as well. Some of these include Osceola, Orange, Seminole and Lake counties. Because of this, tourism became the main source of economic growth. There are now more entertainment attraction and theme parks in Orlando than any other city in the world.
Orlando Jetport also had a major impact on the growth of Orlando when it was built in 1962. The airport is now called Orlando International Airport and was constructed on a part of the McCoy Air Force Base. All four major airlines were flying out of this airport by 1970. The air force base closed its doors officially in 1975 which has led to the airport being expanded.
Disney World covers over 47 miles by itself. To add to the that, Disney World has many large resorts including Magic Kingdom, Animal Kingdom, Disney MGM Studios and Epcot Center. Then you can find the Islands of Adventure and Universal Studios in the Universal Orlando Resort. In Islands of Adventure theme parks, you can find the Wizarding World of Harry Potter which is based off the J.K. Rowling book series. You can find Sea World of Florida is in the Greater Orlando area as well as Wet ‘n Wild. There are science, history and art museums in Lack Haven Park and there are a plethora of crocodiles and alligators just south in Gatorland.
As you can see, tourism is a major part of Orlando’s economy as well as trade shows and conventions. High tech industries, missile systems, aerospace and the industry of citrus fruits are very important. In terms of education, Valencia Community College and University of Central Florida are in the Orlando area.
History of Orlando
You can trace the history of Orlando back to the Seminole Wars in 1838. To protect the settlers from Indian attacks, the United States Army constructed Fort Gatlin just south of where Orland sits today.
A small community was building up around they fort by 1840. Like we had mentioned above, the original area was named Jernigan after the family with the name and it was the first permanent and established settlement in the area. The settlement started moving north six years later and the name changed to Orlando officially. The United States Post Office took the name change in 1857. Orlando was incorporated with 85 residents in 1857. 22 of those people were registered to vote.
The name of Orlando doesn’t have a clear origin other than paying respect to Orlando Reeves during the Seminole Wars. Another story of where the name came from is from Judge James Speer who was the man to make Orlando the county seat and named the city after a man that used to work for him. Another theory of where the name came from is “As You Like It”, which is a Shakespeare play and the name is from a character in this play.
Orlando: Post Revolution
Orlando went through major housing development during the 1920’s and this was during the Florida Land Boom which caused the pricing to raise at a fast pace. Many neighborhoods in the downtown area were built during this period, and there were several bungalows. After Florida was hit by many hurricanes in the late 1920’s, the boom started to slow down. The Great Depression was also a part of the slowdown.
Many Army personnel were stationed at the Pinecastle Army Air Field and Orlando Army Air Base during World War II. Some of these military men stayed in the area to raise their families. The defense and aerospace company named Martin Marietta, currently Lockheed Martin, was founded in Orlando in 1956. Pinecastle AAF and Orlando AAB were moved to the U.S. Air Force in 1947 to be changed to air force bases because they became a separate service. Pinecastle Air Force Base was named McCoy AFB when a former commander of the 320th Bombardment Wing at the installation, Colonel Michael N.W. McCoy, we killed in a B-47 bomber crash just north of Orlando.
As you can see, the opportunities to see cool things are available in Orlando. If you are into theme parks and attractions, give Orlando a chance because it is family friendly and makes it easy for adults to have fun while the kids enjoy themselves too. We suggest giving it a chance the next time you go down to Orlando.
Orlando, Florida has a rich tattoo history. Featuring shops such as Miss Heidi’s Tattoo, Stigma Tattoo Bar, Rise Above Tattoo, Cast Iron Tattoos, Chicago Tattoo Co, and Atomic Tattoos and Orlando is a great destination if you’re looking for some new ink. With a population of around 250,000, there are lots of potential customers for the parlors in town. Yelp currently lists 251 different shops when searching for “tattoo” in Orlando. Google Places lists 212 different tattoo shops in the Orlando area, which shows how competitive the city 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.