Impact Of Social Media On the Tattoo Industry

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The tattoo industry has remained pretty much the same for a long time. Only recently have artists begun to really surge forward, looking for ways to improve their craft, connect more with their clients, and create a comfortable environment while simultaneously producing excellent work. This should be the goal for all artists, whether their medium is tattooing, water color paints, or metal working. There should always be a drive to improve and do things in a better way. With advances in technology, art, pop culture, and just the world in general, the body modification industry should be able to mold itself to cater to the needs of the people paying to have these procedures done. Continue reading

Tattoo Angus & Spider-Bite Donates To Friends Of the Manchester Animal Shelter

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Most of our clients are very familiar with the fact that our shop owner, Jon Thomas, loves animals. Cooper, Jon’s pitbull, is always following him around, stealing attention everywhere he goes. At the annual Live Free Or Die Tattoo Expo, the Friends Of the Manchester Animal Shelter set up a booth and accept donations, put on raffles, and even bring well behaved dogs available for adoption! Continue reading

Tattoos For Breast Cancer Patients

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It may not be breast cancer awareness month anymore but that doesn’t mean we stop thinking about all of our clients that are effected by this terrible disease. This year, Tattoo Angus offered free shirts to anyone who got a pink ribbon tattoo in our shop to show our support for those who have been affected by breast cancer. Continue reading

Lettering In Tattoos

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Anything Joe’s?

One of the most complicated (and yet basic) types of tattoo is lettering. It can be extremely difficult to execute correctly and is one of the most sought after styles of tattoo today. Lettering can be used to remember a person, a favorite quote, or a special date. However, getting the right artist to do your lettering tattoo can be difficult. Continue reading

How To Make Your Tattoo Live Forever

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Realistically, a tattoo is the only thing in your life that you’re going to buy and have forever. Not only does this mean that you should absolutely cough up a little extra cash to get that new piece ($20 tattoos look like they cost just that), it means that you should take care of it after it’s been put on your skin and healed up. Continue reading

Spider-Bite & Tattoo Angus Go Digital

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Being in sync with the times is incredibly important, especially now in 2018. Everything is lightning fast and people carry small computers in their pockets. Looking something up takes mere seconds and communications between people on opposite sides of the planet are instantaneous. Because of all of these super fast devices, a lot of people expect most things to be digitized. Continue reading

What To Do If You Have Regrettable Tattoos

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We have to be honest with ourselves and each other; we all have tattoos that we wish we didn’t get. Whether they were done badly, faded terribly, or it’s just not a popular part of life anymore (you might hate Tweety Bird at age 30 but thought he was great when you were 18), everyone has tattoos that they regret. Continue reading

Getting Through Long Tattoo Sessions

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Tattoo By Steve Cummings

Some people prefer to get their tattoos as little flash pieces, building a larger piece bit by bit. This patchwork style has become very popular, allowing people to get numerous tattoos of the objects or people they enjoy. Continue reading

Tattoo Styles

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There are many different kinds of tattoos these days. With many new artists 

emerging, it’s wonderful to see such an explosion of talent in such a variety. Continue reading

Tattoo Pricing

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At Spider-Bite, we’re always happy to answer questions regarding our artists and the kinds of tattoos that they specialize in. Continue reading