Seattle >Anchor Tattoo-Ballard
Always a great experience at Anchor!. I've had two pieces of work done at Anchor. One by Tracy and one by Dino. Both are exceptional and one of a kind and both get comments from people everywhere I go. Both of their artistry and professionalism is a cut above most of the people in this town. No rockstar egos here. Just a cool vibe and a chill place to hang and get work done. The place is always clean and sanitary. All my friends that I've sent here have all been very happy with their tattoos and have sent their friends. Can't wait for my next one!
The review next to mine says the shop is a little flakey, well I had to wait for a few hours after my appointment time to get inked. But you have to understand, these guys a passionate artists, you can just stop in the middle of a peice and be like "sorry pal, come back next week" Some take longer then others.
I was extremely pleased, the staff was friendly and made my first tattoo a positive experience. The shop was extremely clean, and the art is amazing. I would highly reccomend this shop to anyone looking to decorate their skin.
flaky. If you would like to make an appoinment and actually get tattooed this might not be the place for you. I made an appointment and was cancelled on twice. Not profesional at all. I advise you to go somewhere else.
Beautifully rendered old-school ink for Ballard hipsters, local musicians and tattoo traditionalists..
Owner Tracy Zumwalt and partner Dino Immacolato specialize in classic designs (such as military, nautical and pin-up girls) along with popular Asian and tribal artwork. Their long-standing status as the preferred choice of Seattle musicians has earned them a certain cache of cool, but it's their thoughtful attention to color, size and placement that cements their reputation for quality. Customers can bring in their own artwork or commission original pieces from either Zumwalt or Immacolato.
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