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Looking for top-rated Utah tattoo artists? Our team includes some of the most skilled and creative tattoo artists in the Salt Lake City area. We pride ourselves on providing a service that’s not just good, but exceptional, making sure that your tattoo experience is nothing short of perfect. Tattoos are a lifetime commitment, and at Lucky Bamboo, you’ll be in the hands of experienced professionals who understand the art and craft of tattooing. Tattoos are a permanent choice and there’s no room for error, which is why you need to stick with the best Utah tattoo artists.

Check out our Utah tattoo artists and their portfolios to see who can help you best with your next work of art.

I am Jared Preslar and I began tattooing professionally in 1997, I hungered to be a tattoo artist from the age of 12. Art was always my passion, I loved to draw from a young age and later began to oil paint. I immediately fell in love with this medium and it has influenced my tattooing greatly. I have Jeff Gogue to thank for his time and sharing of knowledge, technique and experience, I may have never picked up an oil brush had it not been for him. Some of the artists whom have influenced my tattooing over the years have been Filip Leu, Guy Aitchison, Horiyoshi III, Shige, and Jeff Gogue to name a few. I have spent quite a few years traveling around the world, meeting and tattooing some very amazing people that of which I’m grateful for, I am however settling down from travel and am really focusing on refining/redesigning my art at this point. I am constantly focused on growing as an artist and as a person although I have a long way to go I have very high aspirations.

Christina Walker has been tattooing professionally since 2007. Currently she is focusing on larger scale pieces heavy with ornate detail, linework, geometric and mandala style features and only custom artwork.

Pineapple is originally from California and Has been Tattooing since 2000. He likes tattooing American Traditional, Black and Grey, and line work tattoos. Also likes skulls and roses.

Hi! I’m Leah. I started my apprenticeship with Jared Preslar at Lucky Bamboo Tattoo in 2011. I have been tattooing since the beginning of 2019. Art, drawing, painting and creating have been a part of my life for as long as I can remember and I am happy to be on this journey of forever learning and growing.

Hi, I’m Rob

I’m very happy to have found a spot at a rad shop in the same county I grew up in. Tattooing is truly a passion of mine and I am always looking to push myself and expand my capabilities.

Greetings my friend, My name is Vitalii, but mostly peoples know me as Pradd. I’m a tattoo artist since 2014
I won’t tell you stories about how I became a tattoo artist, maybe you’ll hear it from me personally. Instead I’ll explain you what exactly I do.

A tattoo for me is a historically correct tradition when a person identifies themself in society.

There is a wide variety of styles, ideas and so on … Tattoo allows to both a client and a tattoo artist to create something new, fantastic, distinctive and harmonious together. 

I have been doing historical reenactment for a long time. More than 18 years old. And the main direction for me is the Viking Age. I love it very much … This is a very important time for Europe … for the formation of statehood. It is also very beautiful, especially when it comes to art.

I fell in love with all these ornaments from the very beginning. And not only Scandinavian, but also Slavic, Baltic and so on. All Northern culture. Plus, I have degree as a historian. Was at the archaeological site. And all this seems to me so simple and beautiful. Really simple. Although, everyone sees it differently. It is precisely because of this that I decided to engage not just in tattooing, but in these ornaments. 

You can endlessly talk about the theme of northern ornament. This is a huge layer of culture of a large number of peoples of the 8-12 centuries. I don’t call it Scandinavian ornament. Somehow, among fellow tattoo artists in this direction, the designation Nordic ornament was fixed. Since this is not just an art form exclusively of Scandinavia, but also of the peoples adjacent to them, to which the Slavs can be attributed, for example.

And since the Viking era is the era of travel, the mixing of cultures and genres was commonplace. Basically, the ornament itself remained on the surfaces of artifacts (objects created by human hands), in the form of carving on bone and wood, jewelry, and stones. Others pictorial sources are extremely rare due to their poor preservation.

Upcoming Travel Dates:

  • Phoenix Tattoo Arts Festival

    September 1st, 2nd, 3rd 2023

  • New Orleans Tattoo Arts Festival

    September 8th, 9th, 10th 2023

  • Nashville Tattoo Arts Festival

    September 22nd, 23rd, 24th 2023

Frequently Asked Questions

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Check out our FAQ section to find answers to questions our tattoo artists frequently get asked. You can also contact us if you have any questions that aren’t answered below. 

Our tattoo artists specialize in tattoo cover-ups, ensuring that your old tattoos are effectively concealed. However, please note that our tattoo artists do not offer tattoo removal services.

Our tattoo artists are usually booked for the entire day, so it’s best to schedule an appointment with our tattoo artists ahead of time. This ensures you secure a slot with your preferred tattoo artist.

Our tattoo artists do have an hourly minimum of one hour for all tattoos, regardless of how small the tattoo is. This is to ensure that the tattoo artist is compensated for preparation and setup.

Our tattoo artists can do all styles. Whether you’re looking for traditional, neo-traditional, realism, abstract designs, or any other style, our talented tattoo artists can design and implement it.

Yes, our tattoo artists can design a tattoo for you. Our skilled tattoo artists are experienced in creating custom designs tailored to your vision.

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