Sean

I kinda got into tattooing by chance, after meeting a top tattooist from Hong Kong while at Art College in London. Later, I went on to work under him and then with him in Hong Kong and at some UK conventions. Throughout my career, I've worked in several studios both in London and my hometown of Liverpool.

For me, tattooing is about detail, precision and realism.

 

 

Influences: Carlos Torres, Jason Butcher, Khan and Paul Acker to name a few.

Can't stand: Old school, traditional and tribal designs (I just don't get it!) and customers who don't turn up!

Loves: Black and grey, realism, rock and horror and, of course, coffee!

 

 

 

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SEAN'S PORTFOLIO

Shannon

I grew up in a very artistic family; I have always been around body art, and it’s been a passion of mine from a young age. After achieving my Art Diploma I explored various different ways of getting onto the art scene, but after my dad pulled out some of my old tattoo ‘designs’ from when I was just 7 years ago, I came to realise that the best canvas for me is skin. I was welcomed into the Flashmans’s family in February 2017 and gained my licence to tattoo in October 2017.

 

I strongly believe that in this industry you are always learning. I’m aiming to better my skills in black and grey/colour realism, fusing these styles wherever I can with dotwork, all the while receiving amazing support from my customers and my team.

 

 

 

Influences: Kelly Violet, Nikko Hurtado, Sam Butler, Michael Taguet and Matteo Pasqualin. Artists, who’s qualities I hope to bring into my work.

Dislikes: Partners name tattooed, Tribal, Mash, cotton wool, bananas.

Loves: Greggs, sweets, Redbull and Rockstar.

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SHANNON'S PORTFOLIO .

 

Marek I never really planned to get into tattooing, it just happened. I was getting tattooed by an artist in London and was curious about the industry and the techniques needed to develop art onto the skin. I then began tattooing myself with the guidance of my mentor, and have been tattooing for 8 years since. What I like about tattooing, is that you can not wash it off! Influences: Mike Judge, John K Dislike: Typical “first timer” tattoos, offensive tattoos, Celery Loves: Garlic and Salt - lots of it Top 3 dinner guests: Cher, Fidel Castro, Napolean dynamite and possibly Jackie Stallone If I wasn’t a tattooist: Animator, a Michelin Starred Chef, or poor

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MAREK'S PORTFOLIO

Top tips for tattoo care

 

1. Keep the tattoo covered for AT LEAST 1 to 2 hours.

2. Gently cleanse the area, stay out of the sun, and stay away from heat

3. Use only oil or oil-based ointment for the first 3 days. We use Hustle Butter Deluxe Organic Aftercare.

4. Avoid plasma crusting on your tattoo. If it does appear, gently wash the area with warm water.

5. After the first 3 days, keep your skin moisturised with all natural lotion. Or, better still, keep using the Hustle Butter Deluxe Organic twice a day. A little goes a long way, so don’t overdo it!

6. If you are experiencing ANY problems with your new tattoo, give the parlour a call on 01245 690 290

 

 

CONTACT

Harry Flashmans Tattoo Parlour

The Basement

91 High Street

Chelmsford

Essex, CM1 1DX

 

Phone: 01245 690 290

Email:   hello@harryflashmans.com

 

 

MEET
Marek I never really planned to get into tattooing, it just happened. I was getting tattooed by an artist in London and was curious about the industry and the techniques needed to develop art onto the skin. I then began tattooing myself with the guidance of my mentor, and have been tattooing for 8 years since. What I like about tattooing, is that you can not wash it off! Influences: Mike Judge, John K Dislike: Typical “first timer” tattoos, offensive tattoos, Celery Loves: Garlic and Salt - lots of it Top 3 dinner guests: Cher, Fidel Castro, Napolean dynamite and possibly Jackie Stallone If I wasn’t a tattooist: Animator, a Michelin Starred Chef, or poor

MEET

 

Sean I kinda got into tattooing by chance, after meeting a top tattooist from Hong Kong while at Art College in London. Later, I went on to work under him and then with him in Hong Kong and at some UK conventions. Throughout my career, I've worked in several studios both in London and my hometown of Liverpool. For me, tattooing is about detail, precision and realism. Influences: Carlos Torres, Jason Butcher, Khan and Paul Acker to name a few. Can't stand: Old school, traditional and tribal designs (I just don't get it!) and customers who don't turn up! Loves: Black and grey, realism, rock and horror and, of course, coffee!
Marek I never really planned to get into tattooing, it just happened. I was getting tattooed by an artist in London and was curious about the industry and the techniques needed to develop art onto the skin. I then began tattooing myself with the guidance of my mentor, and have been tattooing for 8 years since. What I like about tattooing, is that you can not wash it off! Influences: Mike Judge, John K Dislike: Typical “first timer” tattoos, offensive tattoos, Celery Loves: Garlic and Salt - lots of it Top 3 dinner guests: Cher, Fidel Castro, Napolean dynamite and possibly Jackie Stallone If I wasn’t a tattooist: Animator, a Michelin Starred Chef, or poor

Sean I kinda got into tattooing by chance, after meeting a top tattooist from Hong Kong while at Art College in London. Later, I went on to work under him and then with him in Hong Kong and at some UK conventions. Throughout my career, I've worked in several studios both in London and my hometown of Liverpool. For me, tattooing is about detail, precision and realism. Influences: Carlos Torres, Jason Butcher, Khan and Paul Acker to name a few. Can't stand: Old school, traditional and tribal designs (I just don't get it!) and customers who don't turn up! Loves: Black and grey, realism, rock and horror and, of course, coffee!
Marek I never really planned to get into tattooing, it just happened. I was getting tattooed by an artist in London and was curious about the industry and the techniques needed to develop art onto the skin. I then began tattooing myself with the guidance of my mentor, and have been tattooing for 8 years since. What I like about tattooing, is that you can not wash it off! Influences: Mike Judge, John K Dislike: Typical “first timer” tattoos, offensive tattoos, Celery Loves: Garlic and Salt - lots of it Top 3 dinner guests: Cher, Fidel Castro, Napolean dynamite and possibly Jackie Stallone If I wasn’t a tattooist: Animator, a Michelin Starred Chef, or poor
Sean I kinda got into tattooing by chance, after meeting a top tattooist from Hong Kong while at Art College in London. Later, I went on to work under him and then with him in Hong Kong and at some UK conventions. Throughout my career, I've worked in several studios both in London and my hometown of Liverpool. For me, tattooing is about detail, precision and realism. Influences: Carlos Torres, Jason Butcher, Khan and Paul Acker to name a few. Can't stand: Old school, traditional and tribal designs (I just don't get it!) and customers who don't turn up! Loves: Black and grey, realism, rock and horror and, of course, coffee!
Marek I never really planned to get into tattooing, it just happened. I was getting tattooed by an artist in London and was curious about the industry and the techniques needed to develop art onto the skin. I then began tattooing myself with the guidance of my mentor, and have been tattooing for 8 years since. What I like about tattooing, is that you can not wash it off! Influences: Mike Judge, John K Dislike: Typical “first timer” tattoos, offensive tattoos, Celery Loves: Garlic and Salt - lots of it Top 3 dinner guests: Cher, Fidel Castro, Napolean dynamite and possibly Jackie Stallone If I wasn’t a tattooist: Animator, a Michelin Starred Chef, or poor
Sean I kinda got into tattooing by chance, after meeting a top tattooist from Hong Kong while at Art College in London. Later, I went on to work under him and then with him in Hong Kong and at some UK conventions. Throughout my career, I've worked in several studios both in London and my hometown of Liverpool. For me, tattooing is about detail, precision and realism. Influences: Carlos Torres, Jason Butcher, Khan and Paul Acker to name a few. Can't stand: Old school, traditional and tribal designs (I just don't get it!) and customers who don't turn up! Loves: Black and grey, realism, rock and horror and, of course, coffee!
Marek I never really planned to get into tattooing, it just happened. I was getting tattooed by an artist in London and was curious about the industry and the techniques needed to develop art onto the skin. I then began tattooing myself with the guidance of my mentor, and have been tattooing for 8 years since. What I like about tattooing, is that you can not wash it off! Influences: Mike Judge, John K Dislike: Typical “first timer” tattoos, offensive tattoos, Celery Loves: Garlic and Salt - lots of it Top 3 dinner guests: Cher, Fidel Castro, Napolean dynamite and possibly Jackie Stallone If I wasn’t a tattooist: Animator, a Michelin Starred Chef, or poor