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191 reviews of High Voltage Tattoo "i think there tends to be a lot of confusion about kat von d's new shop, so i wanted to jump in and add my humble opinion. i was tattooed by kat von d at high voltage almost a month ago, and i have to tell you that it was completely awesome!!! i think that reality tv shows inject so many calculated story lines that it skews the image of the actual person. as ...
- 1259 N La Brea Ave West Hollywood, CA 90038
- (323) 969-9820
High Voltage Tattoo. by. Kat Von D. 3.93 · Rating details · 2,030 ratings · 148 reviews. From the charismatic star of The Learning Channel's number-one program "L.A. Ink" comes a rich view of contemporary tattoo culture, as only a true insider can offer. Full-color throughout.
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Kristen Galazka recommends High Voltage Tattoo. May 13, 2017 ·. I am so happy with my new tattoo--I absolutely love it! Kevin did an amazing job creating my beautiful feather tattoo for my foot. He knew exactly what I wanted and created an original by freehanding it directly on my body to make sure it fit perfectly!
- (323) 969-9820
- 1259 N La Brea Ave, West Hollywood, CA, 90038, California
Kat Von D’s High Voltage Tattoo. 1259 North La Brea Avenue West Hollywood, CA 90038-1023. Phone: 323-969-9820 Email: email@example.com
High Voltage Tattoo is a graphic perspective on today's global tattoo culture by Kat Von D, star of The Learning Channel's L.A. Ink and one of the most talented and popular artists working today. Designed in a style that is reminiscent of a handmade Gothic journal with its red padded cover, ornate typography, and parchmentlike pages, it throws the door wide open to tattooing culture in the way only an insider like Kat can.
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Mar 08, 2009 · The Tattoosday Book Review: High Voltage. As a viewer of the cable show Miami Ink, I watched with great interest when Chris G arver brought his friend Kat Von D. into the shop as a guest tattooer in the show's early days. Kat's portrait work is phenomenal, and she is an extremely charismatic person. The problem with reality shows like Miami Ink, its spin-off L.A. Ink, and the A&E Series Inked, is that the producers feel, and perhaps rightfully so, that a show filled with tattoos is bad for ...