The Work of Mr. Andy

Thanks for visiting the Flying Tiger Tattoo Blog! This page will feature the art of shop owner Mr. Andy, as well as shop events, goings on, or what ever else seems important or awesome. Shop hours are Monday through Saturday 12-10pm and Sunday 12-5pm. Our address and phone number are listed in the banner above. Feel free to call or stop by!

Tuesday, September 25, 2012


I don't know what to say about Tommy's new design except, "Pick Tattoos like this one!"
 Rad Imagery + Proper Placement x Brilliant Palette = Mega-Fun.

Monday, September 24, 2012

Last Week

Last week was a fun one! Besides our buddy Nick being in town, people seemed to be picking really proper designs across the board! Shown here are Stephanie's Gypsy with Peacock Feather, Brian's Black Cat with Dagger, our own Nate's Folksy Jesus Rib, and finally Ben's Indian Lady. Thanks, everybody!!

Saturday, September 22, 2012

You Missed It!

Nick B. was here crushing Tattoos left and right, and you were somewhere else! Maybe you were at the park, or the Reds game- or at home watching Oprah. In any case, you were totally blowing it! Not to fear, though- he'll be back again. In the meantime, go to our website and check his work out in the guest artist's section. It's can catch him next time... 

Tuesday, September 11, 2012

From Long Ago...

Amber stopped by just the other day to let me have a look at her Dragon Tattoo (and touch up a tiny bit of red). It's always great to see pieces like this after having not for awhile. This particular one is from a drawing I did, loosely based on some old Horihide line art. Thanks, Amber, for the opportunity to witness a finished and well-healed Tattoo!

Saturday, September 8, 2012

Part Six!

Jason is still going strong! This installment, a Koi rushing up over rocks and waves, completes his second rib panel- the sixth part of his Japanese Bodysuit. The next stage will be the largest yet: a full back piece depicting the Bodhisattva Kanzeon, which will eventually link with his legs and complete the full design. The momentum and spirit of this piece has been full-forced from the start, and truly reflects that of the wearer!