Nathan's Tattoos And Piercing
We are professional Piercers and Tattoo artists. That means you are going to receive the utmost level of care when getting your next body modification. Because Nathan’s is a professional shop, all employees are Bloodborne Pathogens, CPR, and First Aid certified. We view our profession as an art form and with great reverence, This also means we do not carry or sell any form of drug paraphernalia as we feel it has no place in our industry. We hire people with good ethics and a great value system so that our clients will be treated kindly. We believe that only through continuous education of both our customers and ourselves will we be able to provide the highest quality piercings possible. All of our Piercers and Apprentices take advanced training courses and attend seminars year-round. We learn the newest techniques, proper jewelry and aftercare, as well as interface with our colleagues who are looked upon as some of the best Piercers in the world. Our walls are covered with certificates of these training seminars, which cost a lot of money to attend, but in the long run we feel it’s best for our clients. Our artists are just that-artists. We like to consider ourselves a full-custom shop, meaning every tattoo is a one-of-a-kind, custom piece, tailor made with your personal taste and best interests in mind. Our artists focus on what’s important. You won’t find intimidating attitudes or egos here. Drop by for a free consultation, all designing and customizing is free of charge. We also have plenty of reference material including technical manuals, art reference books and thousands of pieces of flash to get you started on the way to your custom piece. We are also more than happy to work from your own reference-books, paintings, photographs, t-shirts, comic books, virtually anything in the world can be used for reference, or even just to spark an idea! Our artists take the utmost pride in their work, and want it to look as incredible as it can conceivably be. Though uncommon, we offer free touchups within the first 6 months, except in the case of aftercare negligence on the tattooee’s part.