Reviews are an excellent way to guage on how good or bad a business is. At the same time everyone needs to keep in mind that as with anything on the internet you need to take things that are said as half-truths. I am not affiliated with this business by any means. Only as an extremely satisfied customer. I have done a lot of research on Yellowpages.com and have noticed some trends. See the negative reviews against many of the tattoo shops are NOT coming from customers they are coming from the "So-Called-artists" from other shops that are sitting on their asses in there dumpy little shops waiting for an 18yo. to walk in and spend $20. Or they come from the guy that wants to go in and try bidding for a low ball price and when they dont get it; well they get online and make false statements such as the previous post about Boomer. So like anything in life, when your on top it's real easy to have jealous, less qualified, clowns take cheap shots at you. It comes with being the best. Anybody that knows anything about tattoo'n in Toledo knows that Boomer's work speaks for itself. He has a portfolio that anyone can view that will blow your mind. There is a reason why Boomer is typically booked 7-10 days out on appointments. The guy's stuff rock's. I personally didnt have a week to wait so I came back the next day and had another artist, Miller, do my first tat from Body Design and and it's kick awesome. I've since been back and have an amazing portrait that was done by Boomer. All of Body Design's artist are extremely talented or they wouldnt be working there. I challenge you to stop by Body Design, check out their work, the shop, meet the artists and tell me it isnt the best Toledo has to offer.
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After thorough research of tattoo studios and artists in Northwest Ohio, got my first tattoo from Brian "Monk" Taylor. Monk answered all of my questions, took the time to find out what I wanted, and after looking at his great portfolio, I am completely comfortable with my choice. Everyone I have talked to about tattoos in the area say Monk is the best. This tattoo will be with me for the rest of my life, and I am not about to trust my skin to just anyone. People talk about price, but getting it done right by a skillful artist is always cheaper than getting the tattoo lasered off by a doctor. In my research, I found out that Infinite Art has been voted the best tattoo studio the last five years running ( 2003-2008) by the City Paper. Infinite Art sets the standard by which every tattoo shop is judged. The artists are incredible. "Monk's" tattoos have been featured in numerous tattoo magazines for years and has even had the honor of being the featured artist in Tattoo Magazine with his picture being the cover. You can never go wrong going to Monk. After Monk does my tattoo, I will visits with other artists at IA. Norwalk does fantastic bio-mechanical tattoos and Woody does great old school tattoos. If you are going to get a sleeve, these are the artists you can put your trust into. Simply put, they are the best, year after year after year.
I've been going to Infinite Art for some time now, getting the silliest tattoos known to man. Way back when though, I could remember when I was a misguided up and comming youth in the mean streets of Toledo, drifting from one dice game to the next, searching for answers. One day, one man, nay, one great, sexy, made out of sugar man scooped me off the streets pushed me against at wall, looked me in the eyes and said, "Believe." Then this mystery man began to kiss me deep, I thought I was going to melt. But then, the man vanished, and I vowed to devote my life to finding this man and making him mine. I was also fearful or him being made out of sugar, it was going to rain soon and I didn't want him to melt. After ravaging the town, breaking windows, kicking in doors, I got a break int he case when a drifter from Seoul told me of a candy man who mongers the most delightful tattoos at Infinite Art. I got on my mountain bike as soon as I could and through myself through the 17 front doors of the shop, and there he was. We immediately locked eyes, and at the same time we both softly said, "Believe." Who is this man you ask? Don't be stupid, it's none other than the Arnold Palmer guzzling, lots of pizza eating, girlfriend having, air breathing Mr. Duane Sillylastname.