Disney Tattoos:

Disney tattoos for the kid in all of us. Disney has been around since 1923 when Walt Disney started it in a small office in Los Angeles.

Mimi Madriz in Madrid
To infinity and beyond with Buzz Lightyear! Done by Mimi Madriz in Madrid.
Kenny Kurtis in Marina, CA
Never grow up, Peter Pan piece done by Kenny Kurtis in Marina, CA.
Alex Rowntree Northern Glory Tattoo Newcastle upon Tyne, UK
The Beast with his rose done by Alex Rowntree at Northern Glory Tattoo Newcastle upon Tyne, UK.
Chris Block, Fallout Tattoo Studio
Black and grey hyper realistic cheshire done by Chris Block, Fallout Tattoo Studio.
melvin arizmendi, San Diego
Puppy Lady done by Melvin Arizmendi, San Diego.

The big kahuna, “Mickey Mouse” was born in 1928, followed quickly by Pluto, Goofy, Donald, and the rest of the original gang.

Vince Rebel Waltz
Cute little Chip and Tinkerbell done by Vince at Rebel Waltz in Winnipeg, Manitoba.
Abbie Williams
The pumpkin king himself done by Abbie Williams.
Chris Speer in Groton CT
Genie as Patch Adams done by Chris Speer in Groton CT.
Jackie Huertas
A spooky Mickey and Minnie done by Jackie Huertas.
Michela Bottin
A cool looking Hades done by Michela Bottin.

In 1937 Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs was finished, as the first feature length Disney animation. From there Walt continued right on with Pinocchio, Fantasia, and Dumbo.

Andy Walker
Baloo and Mowgli done by Andy Walker.
Craig Secrist at Heart of Gold Tattoo
A more realistic Anna and Elsa done by Craig Secrist at Heart of Gold Tattoo.
Jerred Kincaid
New school Disney animal sleeve done by Jerred Kincaid.
Miss Mae La Roux
Ariel done by Miss Mae La Roux.

By the late 80’s and early 90’s Disney reached new heights, making hundreds of millions off its films. In 1994 The Lion King became one of the highest grossing films of all time.

Carly Baggins at Wright Street Collective, Perth
You’ve got a friend in me. Done by Carly Baggins at Wright Street Collective, Perth.
Isnard Barbosa
Lion king sleeve with the bad guys! Done by Isnard Barbosa.
Kadee Spangler, Michigan
Stitch enjoying the ugly duckling done by Kadee Spangler, Michigan.
Nikki Jo at Guilty Cat Tattoo
Matching Aristocat tattoos done by Nikki Jo at Guilty Cat Tattoo.

Now in 2018 Disney continues to be extremely popular with both children and adults.

Carly Baggins, Perth, Australia
Snow White’s poison apple done by Carly Baggins, Perth, Australia.
Lindsay Baker
Badass Malificent head piece done by Lindsay Baker.
Linzi Compher at Family Tradition Tattoo in Mooresville NC
Atlantis, a much underrated Disney film. Done by Linzi Compher at Family Tradition Tattoo in Mooresville NC.
Rich Bayley at Queen Square Tattoo Club in Wolverhampton
Moana piece done by Rich Bayley at Queen Square Tattoo Club in Wolverhampton.

Disney tattoos are done mainly in new school style, as the majority are cartoons.

Carly Montgomery
Carl ready for adventure by Carly Montgomery at First String Tattoo in Winnipeg Manitoba.
Jackie Huertas at Davinci Tattoo in Wantagh, NY
Cutest lil Bambi done by Jackie Huertas at Davinci Tattoo in Wantagh, NY.
Liv Frost
Inspirational Baymax by Liv Frost.
Steve Compton
Brilliant Great Mouse Detective piece done by Steve Compton.

What is your favourite Disney movie?

Winnipeg Artist 3: Jade Harper

Jade Harper is a tattoo artist and owner of House of the Rising Sun in Winnipeg. Jade does mainly blackwork American traditional pieces, but has been doing more bold colourful works recently as well. She’s also very well known for her cowboy and cowboy girl pieces.

jade-bear
Bold bear and elegant script.
Butterfly and laurel hand tattoo.

Due to the current pandemic (April 2020) Jade and other artists cannot tattoo temporarily, but she is still selling paintings. Check out her Instagram to do so, linked above.

Butterfly chest tattoo.
Negative space traditional flower.

Jade has a large amount of her own tattoo flash to choose from, and she also takes ideas, and will make changes to her own flash to suit the client’s needs.

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Healed cowboys in love.
Bright and bold peacock.

Jade focuses on being inclusive in her shop, and is proud to be the owner of the (currently) only queer owned and operated shop in Winnipeg. She acknowledges that tattoo shops can be a (sometimes) intimidating place, particularly for those in the LGBTQ community, as well as people of colour, so she’s created the space to be a welcoming place for all.

jade-mouse-detective
Roquefort the mouse from Disney’s The Aristocats.
jade-noose
My own “hang in there” noose from Jade.

Jade is a must-see artist in Winnipeg if you’re passing through, or a local looking for someone great!

Lady head in a spiderweb.
Cowboy girl portrait.

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