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Tattoo + Illustration

Lindsey Bell is a Colorado tattoo artist, illustrator and jeeper! She graduated from Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design in 2012 with an emphasis in fine art painting and children book illustration. Since then, she has been a full time working artist in multiple mediums including acrylic paint, oil paint, gouache, chalk, charcoal, and digital illustration.

Her art has taken her in many different directions on numerous projects, but her true passion lies in creating imaginary illustrations sparked by Neotraditional and Blackwork tattoo styles including nature, floral and feminine subjects.

 

Lindsey is currently booking tattoo appointments at Coven Tattoo, Westminster CO and Death & Taxes Tattoo, Denver CO. When she is not painting or tattooing, she runs Whimsy Paint and Sip Art Studio as co-owner and operator.

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Tattoo Appointments

"Every tattoo has a story, and I want to make yours an experience to remember. Coven Tattoo Studio is a positive environment where you can feel comfortable. I am open to projects that fit my aesthetic, and what interests me most are Neotraditional and Blackwork tattoo styles. Please check out my tattoo portfolio, visit the FAQ for additional consultation information and reach out via email or text. Let's make your dream tattoo happen!"

Contact

I'm always excited to work with new clients!

Let's connect!

Coven Tattoo

9100 W 100th Ave #5b, Westminster, CO 80021

Death & Taxes Tattoo

1282 S Jason Street, Denver, CO 80223

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  • Consultations
    Tattoo Consultations 1. Please browse my portfolio to get a feel for my art and style of tattooing. I am taking on small to medium-sized tattoos, preferably 4 hours or less. My preferred style is black work and neo-traditional. I am not currently accepting any tattoos on face, hands, feet, and ribs. 2. Please send the following information via email -Your name & phone number. -Brief description of what you would like to get tattooed. - Size of the tattoo approximatley in inches. -Body placement location (right forearm, upper thigh, wrist, etc..) -Black/grey or black/grey + color -What days usually work best for your schedule? 3. Set a date for an in-person consultation via email, call or text (Consultations take approximately 10-15 minutes) 4. Attach any reference material (sketches, photos, etc) via emailplease.
  • Pre-Appointment Recommendations
    - Please bring a state or federally issued ID, Driver’s License, Passport or Military ID if you wish to be tattooed. No exceptions. - Make sure the area to be tattooed is free from skin blemishes, rashes, fresh scars and/or sunburn. - Drink lots of water prior to and after your tattoo appointment to stay hydrated. - Make sure to eat a solid meal before your appointment, especially if you are receiving a larger tattoo. - Do not take blood thinners or consume alcohol prior to your appointment. -Bring drinks and snacks to your appointment.
  • Traditional Aftercare
    During the healing process, touching your tattoo without clean hands leaves you vulnerable for infections and other skin conditions that may impede your tattoo from healing properly. Once your tattoo is complete, a bandage is applied to protect it from infection. Leave your bandage on between 45 minutes to an hour. Remove your bandage, wash the tattoo and surrounding area with warm water and an antibacterial soap, and pat dry with a clean towel (or paper towel) without scrubbing. Wash your tattoo and the surrounding area 2-3 times a day for the duration of the healing process (two to three week period, allow your tattoo to dry for 2-3 minutes and gently apply a thin coat of a water-based moisturizing lotion. Allowing your tattoo to dry is not a bad thing, however doing so excessively will prolong the healing process and make your tattoo prone to scabbing. Unless instructed otherwise by your artist, there is no need to re-bandage your fresh tattoo. Exposing your tattoo to chlorine pools, hot tubs, lake or ocean water, direct sunlight, tanning bed lights or other harsh conditions may put you at risk for skin infections and adverse healing results. Your tattoo will heal completely between 3-4 weeks. You can expect to peel as you would from a sunburn and see pigment (tattoo ink) in the skin flakes. The tattoo may have a shiny and "faded" appearance until fully healed.
  • Pricing
    The price of your tattoo will vary depending on the size of the tattoo, detail and body placement. Estimates are discussed during consultation appointments. Venmo Deposit: $50.00-$100.00 Artist hourly rate: $160.00
  • Payment
    Cash Payments Preferred Credit / Debit Cards Venmo
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