Happy Buddha Tattoo is a new school shop with old school roots. We believe that tattoos can heal the soul and bring peace into ones heart.
Why do people get tattoos?
Tattoos blossom at the crossroads of bodies and art, the physical and the imaginary. Their colours, shapes, and symbols pulsate with memories, meanings, and emotions. Above all, body art captures and reveals unspoken aspects of human relationships, both past and present. Quite often, people get tattooed to honor someone or something they deeply cherish. Although tattoos were once seen as taboo, tattoos have now become a beautiful form of expression widely accepted and celebrated.
Why come to us for your first or next tattoo?
We believe in quality work and service; our goal is that you have a great experience as our guest. WALK-INS are encouraged and always welcome here at Happy Buddha Tattoo. We also specialize in large scale tattoos which require a free consultation, booking, and careful construction. You can count on the artists at Happy Buddha Tattoo to make your tattoo dreams come to life. We will provide you with the best customer experience and ensure you’re treated with the utmost respect. We will honor all of your ideas and wishes and are confident we will be able to create artwork that you will love! Here at Happy Buddha Tattoo, we are a dynamic team of tattoo Artists who specialize in Tattoos, Tattoo Services, Body Art, Traditional Tattoos, New School Tattoo, Portraits, Realism, Japanese, Watercolour, Bright colors, Black and Grey and Custom Script.
We also have the industry’s highest standards of cleanliness and sterilization for your health and wellbeing. All of our inks used at Happy Buddha are of the highest quality available. They are 100% organic, vegan and top selling in the tattoo industry. All of our needles are prepackaged, sealed and sterilized for one time use. Additionally, all of our work stations are fully cleaned and sanitized before and after every client. If you have further questions please do not hesitate to contact us anytime.
The history and culture of tattoos
Tattooing has been practiced across the globe since Neolithic times, as evidenced by mummified preserved skin and ancient art depicting body modification practices.
The oldest discovery of tattooed human skin was found on the body of Ötzi the Iceman, dating between 3370 and 3100 BC. Cultural tattoos have been seen around the world from ancient Egyptians, Incans, Maori as well as Japanese, Chinese and Central American peoples. By using ancient tattooing techniques such as hand-tapping and the Tebori method, artists used animal bone and bamboo, for example to place the ink or ash into the skin to create a permanent tattoo.
Now tattoos have burst into modern pop culture and media. Tattoos have become a mainstream part of society and enjoyed by people all over the world. Here at Happy Buddha Tattoo, we use the safest, sterile, and most effective tattooing methods to create accurate and beautiful works of art.