Lone Star Tattoo
With a sharp eye for detail and a personal touch, we bring your tattoo concept alive in a clean and sterile environment. We are fully licensed by the Texas Department of Health and maintain a perfect track record with them since opening our doors in 2005.
Being friendly and respectful to everyone that walks in the door is how we operate. We’re true believers in “The Golden Rule”.
Premier Tattoo Studio in Dallas, TX
Here at Lone Star Tattoo, we pride ourselves on bringing expert, accurate, and professional tattooing of the highest caliber to North Dallas and the Dallas, Fort Worth area. Our artist’s styles and specialties range from Traditional Japanese Irezumi to American Traditional as well as a big focus on blackwork, black and grey, and fine-line, delicate work. We often get to tattoo some downright weird stuff and we love it, bring it on! Clean and crisp line-work, smooth shading, and solid color is what you will find in our family owned studio.
All of us here at LST take our tattoo and piercing careers very seriously and strive to exceed each client’s expectations. Tattooing is our way-of-life and each of us are thoroughly dedicated to our craft. Reliable, thorough, and skilled are words our clients often use in describing what we do here.
Dallas Tattoo Services
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Japanese Tattoos in Dallas
Traditional Japanese tattooing, aka Irezumi, originated during the Edo period (1603-1868). Mythological creatures like dragons, kirins, and phoenixes are common imagery of the Japanese tattoo style. Every tattoo done in the Irezumi style tells a story about Japan’s rich past, and creates an Irezumi masterpiece that is deeply powerful.
Meet Scott Cooksey, Owner of Lone Star Tattoo
Scott Cooksey began tattooing in 1995. In the early days, Scott tattooed in shops in Dallas’ Deep Ellum and downtown districts. Scott quickly fine-tuned his skills and moved up the ladder in the Dallas tattoo scene. Before opening Lone Star Tattoo in 2005, Scott spent part of each year on the road traveling to other tattoo shops around the country as a guest artist and attending tattoo conventions.
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