Suzy Todd's books are temporarily open for consults as of 3.26.18
New projects moving forward: HOURLY RATE = $200 with a 3 hour minimum
How to get a consult with Suzy:
Due to high volume of requests, she can only take a small selection of projects every 3 months. Because of this, there is a 3 hour minimum for tattoos with Suzy, unless it is a portrait or an up-for-grabs piece she is offering.
Subject matter to be considered first:
Suzy's books are currently closed. She will be reviewing new projects in August.
Tattooing since 2007, Suzy has been a lifelong artist. Inspired by pinup art, portraits and art nouveau, she has a style all her own. She particularly enjoys tattooing: black and gray portraits, sexy/sassy/witchy ladies, classical filigree, art nouveau finery, and animals with natural & botanical elements. In her spare time she can be found hiking PNW trails with her dog pal Goober, making jewelry, and creating realistic portrait oil paintings of interesting people and/or butts on wood, canvas or vintage saws.
Tarah's books have opened up today 2.10.2018 and we will be considering projects as they come in!
Please read her bio below for info on projects that she is very keen to do!
"I would love to work on more graphic and line-heavy tattoo projects. I love abstract, organic, textural, illustrative, and conceptual arts.
Please join us at Two Birds Tattoo on Friday, February 9th, 2018 from 6-9 PM for Artwalk Featuring the works of Tattoo Artist Robyn Emlen!
All proceeds from the sale of art will be going to local charity The People's Harm Reduction Alliance.
Did you know that many of our artists make a donation of 20% of the cost of your tattoo to an animal shelter when you get a pet portrait? Every few months we round up the donations and this round we have donated $480.00 to the Seattle Animal Shelter!
If you would like to make a donation to them you can do that here:
Robyn Emlen put on an awesome charity event last month for Motley Zoo Animal Rescue and raised $500! Thanks to everyone who got a tattoo in support!
Two Birds made a yearly donation to two of our favorite local groups that do such amazing work!
You can also make donations to them by clicking on the following links:
Janelle Victoria Cordero’s expressionist portraits are distinguished by dominating contour lines and sparse watercolor highlighting. Her subjects are often disjointed and unfinished, missing a neck or a limb or a torso, which emphasizes the disconnected nature of the human condition. Her work has been featured in galleries from Washington to West Virginia, as well as published in numerous journals and anthologies. Janelle’s artistic priority is to collaborate with other creatives to push for social and political change.