Traditional Devil Tattoos
The devil, being the embodiment of temptation, the personification of evil and the opposite of God, has always been prevalent in tattooing. The history and folklore surrounding him have been, and probably always will be, enduring and captivating for us. It is a universal theme throughout many cultures and religions worldwide widening its appeal even further still.
Within Christianity, he (Satan) began as an angel that was cast out of heaven for rebelling against God and condemned to the Lake of Fire. This theme of rebellion and punishment is timeless within storytelling. Add in the concept of being an outcast, it's easy to see where the popularity of this tattoo came from.
Just had my very first tattoo done by Ben and couldn't be more pleased. From the very first email to the shop they were supportive and very accommodating. I was so nervous but Ben made me feel at ease and I got the exact tattoo that I wanted. Such an enjoyable day. I'll be booking Ben again for the next ink I want done
~ Karen McPherson
Amazing experience getting my first tattoo here. The staff were excellent in helping me get an appointment that suited me. The atmosphere in the studio was great.
Got my first big tattoo, half sleeve on my forearm and couldn’t of picked a better place to have it done. The artist George went Beyond my expectations and done it all in 6 hours And a it was very in-depth tattoo. I recommend this parlour all day!
- Phil A
Got my first and second tattoo here, really nice looking place with lots of character and excellent artists and staff. I will definitely get my next tattoos here.
- G B
Had a 7 hour Japanese piece done with Davide De Cinto. Service was great, Davide's work was fanastic and I feel the price was really good value for money in terms of the quality of work Davide is putting out. Highly recommended.