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A U.S. Navy veteran, Josh became interested in Tattooing, when he got his first one at Johnny Two-Thumbs in Singapore while on Deployment.
Tattooing since 2002 he began drawing at 8 years old and wanted a tattoo when he saw his Grandfather's from World War II.
He specializes in traditional, Portraits and portraiture, Black and Grey and traditional.
He also sign paints, and does commissioned portrait drawings for people. He loves tattoos and making art.
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The Ratqueen!! she specializes in traditional and neo-traditional tattoos
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Tierney loves to tattoo and and loves getting cat tattoos.
The Lost Dutchman's Gold Mine (also known by similar names) is, according to legend, a rich gold mine hidden in the southwestern United States. The location is generally believed to be in the Superstition Mountains, near Apache Junction, east of Phoenix, Arizona. There have been many stories about how to find the mine, and each year people search for the mine. Some have died on the search.
The mine is named after German immigrant Jacob Waltz (c. 1810–1891), who purportedly discovered it in the 19th century and kept its location a secret. Before the unification of Germany, the demonym "Dutch" was used for people from the Netherlands and Germans alike.
The Lost Dutchman's is perhaps the most famous lost mine in American history. Arizona place-name expert Byrd Granger wrote, as of 1977, the Lost Dutchman's story had been printed or cited at least six times more often than two other fairly well-known tales, the story of Captain Kidd's lost treasure, and the story of the Lost Pegleg mine in California. People have been seeking the Lost Dutchman's mine since at least 1892, while according to one estimate, 8,000 people annually made some effort to locate the Lost Dutchman's mine. Former Arizona Attorney General Robert K. Corbin is among those who have looked for the mine
Started in 2015 by Uncle Josh, Lost Dutchman Tattoo is at one of Arizona's oldest tattoo shop locations. There has continually been a tattoo shop located here since 1985. we occasionally get customers in the door that say they were tattooed here 20 years ago.
veteran Owned and Operated, LGBTQ friendly, and a friendly environment.
We tattoo traditional tattoos, black and grey tattoos, portrait tattoos, neo traditional tattoos, cover-up tattoos, blackwork tattoos, japanese tattoos, lettering tattoos, and we also rework old tattoos and can cover scars.
We are structured for and operate under strict OSHA guidelines. All artists at Lost Dutchman Tattoo have taken Bloodborne Pathogen Training and maintain their annual certification.
Needles are never reused. We use a new set up everytime. We properly handle our biohazard waste and dispose old needles in Accordance with the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality (AZEQ)
We have an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau
Our shop by Alex DeBono @alexdebonoboudoir