Remington Tattoo Parlor Is Home To Some Of The Best San Diego Tattoo Artists
October 18, 2021 at 17:22
Remington Tattoo Parlor and Gallery is inviting customers to come and get a tattoo from some of the best San Diego tattoo artists. The company’s roster of tattoo artists includes talent such as Terry Ribera, Alessio Ricci, Kristjan Olson, Sarah Genereux, Jasmine Worth, Chris Cockrill, Gustavo Razo, Brandon Macario, Kris Kezar, and John Sabin.
Remington Tattoo Parlor has been operational for over a decade and aims to bring its customers the charm and rustic appeal of a post-industrial revolution 1920’s workshop. Keeping with its theme, it has also been named after the famous 20th Century typewriter. The tattoo parlor maintains a strict safety standard and always uses sterilized equipment, new needles, and inks for every client, every time. The parlor specializes in traditional, neo-traditional, black & grey, full color, biomechanical, illustrative, Japanese, American, dark art, spell, blackwork, floral, geometric, pinup, flash, and fully custom tattoos.
A spokesperson for the tattoo parlor talks about its diverse selection of artists by saying, “We want to provide the best possible artistic value for our clients in the utmost professional manner. We vet our artists based on their artistic prowess, experience, and how they approach each client. Each person is unique with their own style and has their own idea of their perfect tattoo. Having such a diverse talent on hand ensures that we are able to match the expectations of even the most discerning clientele. If you are looking for a tattoo in San Diego and have been disappointed with other options, give Remington Tattoo Parlor a try. We will perfectly immortalize your heart’s desire in ink.”
Terry Ribera has worked in many of the world-recognized tattoo shops such as Avalon Tattoo II in San Diego, Memoir Tattoo in Los Angels, and Dare Devil Tattoo in NYC. She has been featured in top Tattoo Publications such as International Tattoo, Tattoo Artist Magazine, Tattoo, Flash, Savage, Inked, Tattoo Planet, Tattoo Life, Tattoo Energy, and Total Tattoo. She has a keen interest in Art Nouveau, Illustratitive Tattoo work, Biomechanical, Japanese and Asian tattooing.
Alessio Ricci started to tattoo in 1998 in his hometown of Florence, Italy, and was taught by his mentor Maurizio Fiorini, the oldest Italian tattooer. He worked at Avalon Tattoo II for several years before joining the Remington team.
Sarah Genereux has been tattooing professionally for 15 years. She attended Tyler School of Art in Philadelphia, PA for a few years before realizing tattooing was her passion. She is a versatile artist and enjoys working on pieces in various styles.
Jasmine Worth is a classically trained oil painter from San Diego, California. She studied art formally through ateliers and earned her BFA from the Laguna College of Art and Design. Her works can be seen in numerous galleries worldwide. Jasmine’s most recent shows include a two-person show with Chet Zar at Paul Booth’s Last Rites Gallery in New York City, NY, and a feature show at La Luz de Jesus Gallery in Los Angeles, CA.
Chris Cockrill has been a professional tattooer for 14 years and started tattooing at Fine Line Tattoos in Houston Texas. He does several styles of custom tattooing with the main focus on making clean readable designs that are tattoo-friendly and will age well.
Gustavo Razo enjoys tattooing Japanese style, neo-traditional, blackwork, color, and floral pieces.
Brandon Macario’s work has been featured in several publications, including Out Of Step Books’ “Meows and Roars,” “Pandemonium,” and “Excavate” art and tattoo compilation books. His artwork has also been displayed in several shows, including SD-Too Gallery’s “Taking Sail,” and “Ten,” exhibitions. The art styles that inspire him the most are Art Nouveau, realism, kitsch, baroque, and art deco.
John Sabin apprenticed at Bulldog Tattoo in Rhode Island and continued his education at Scott Schafer’s Flaming Dragon Tattoo in Tacoma. He enjoys tattooing most styles but his favorite work to do is large custom tattoos with a slight Japanese and traditional American influence.
Remington Tattoo Parlor is located at 3009 Myrtle St., San Diego, and can be contacted at the phone number (619) 719-8915.
For more information about Remington Tattoo Parlor, contact the company here:
Remington Tattoo Parlor
3009 Myrtle Ave