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TATTOO ARTISTS

  • Myke Chambers
    Myke Chambers
    Tattoo artist - USA
  • Russ Abbott
    Russ Abbott
    Tattoo artist - USA
  • Nathan Cartiel
    Nathan Cartiel
    Tattoo artist - USA
  • Aaron Springs
    Aaron Springs
    Tattoo artist - USA
  • Brandon David
    Brandon David
    Tattoo artist - USA

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Myke Chambers
Tattoo artist - USA

    Sorry Mom ambassador since: 2015
    Studio: Owner of Seven Swords Tattoo
    Style of work: Old School
    Tattooing since: 1992

    Myke is the grand old man of team Sorry Mom. His tattoo beginning can be tracked back to the early 90’s.
    He is recognized worldwide for his brilliant old school style and is a rolemodel for every old school artist out there.
    Myke is not only a part of team Sorry Mom, he is also partner in Sorry Mom USA.
    We are honored to have him on the team!

    Remember to follow Myke on his social medias!
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    Russ Abbott
    Tattoo artist - USA

      Sorry Mom ambassador since: 2017
      Studio: Owner of Ink & Dagger Tattoo
      Style of work: Realism & Geometric
      Tattooing since: 1997

      Russ Abbott is a Georgia native and has been tattooing since 1997. When he opened Ink & Dagger in 2007, he envisioned a studio that embodied sophistication and creativity in a down home atmosphere.  Russ specializes in illustrative, ornamental, realistic, and geometric tattoo styles. In addition to tattooing full time, Russ travels the world teaching educational seminars to fellow tattooers.

      Remember to follow Russ on his social medias!
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      Nathan Cartiel
      Tattoo artist - USA

        Sorry Mom ambassador since: 2016
        Studio: Owner of Cartiel’s Art Studio
        Style of work: Black & Grey Realism
        Tattooing since:

        Nathan Cartiel, is the founder and owner of Cartiel’s Art Studio located in Queens, New York. Originally from Dominican Republic, he decided to venture off at the age of 19 after a failed attempt in medical school where he realized that his passion for art was much stronger than being a doctor.
        When pursuing a tattoo, Nate focuses on building abstract pieces by combining different realistic images and making each one original for his clients. Specializing in realism and mixing black and grey tones at its finest proves that his little time in the industry should be taken as an understatement.

        Remember to follow Nathan on his social medias!
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        Aaron Springs
        Tattoo artist - USA

          Sorry Mom ambassador since: 2017
          Studio: Tattoo artist at Red Dagger Tattoo
          Style of work: Color realism
          Tattooing since: 2003

          I’ve been messing around with art for as long as I can remember… I took as many art classes as I could throughout grade school, and participated in the Advanced Portfolio class throughout high school.
          I tried tattooing at one of my friends shops in Pasadena, TX.  I wasn’t shown much; pretty much just how to hook up the machine and start zapping someone.  I didn’t stick around the tattoo shop long.  I can’t remember why…  I bought a $100 tattoo kit out of a tattoo magazine and zapped my friends from time to time whenever they were brave enough.  I even worked at a tattoo shop in Friendswood (TattZoo) for a couple months before I enrolled in the Police Academy.
          In 2011, after college, I was unable to find a job and I asked my good buddy Carr Strong if I could come work back at TattZoo while I sorted things out.  I always wanted to give my art another shot, so I figured I would while I was still relatively young.  I have currently been working as hard as I can to catch up, and learn everything I can about tattooing.  I have really enjoyed myself, and I finally feel like I have something I’d like to do for the rest of my life.  My love for art has been reignited, and I couldn’t be happier.  I have had the privilege to work at TattZoo, Big City Tattoo, Article 91, and Red Dagger.

          Remember to follow Aaron on his social medias!
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          Brandon David
          Tattoo artist - USA

            Sorry Mom ambassador since: 2017
            Studio: Tattoo artist at Ink & Dagger Tattoo
            Style of work: Dot work and Mandala
            Tattooing since: 2004

            Brandon David hails from South Georgia, where he began tattooing in 2004. Brandon specializes in IIllustrative, neo-traditional, and dot work tattoo that involve elements of American traditonal. When he’s not in the shop, Brandon can usually be found at a Braves or Falcons home game.

            Remember to follow Brandon on his social medias!
            #WeAreSorryMom