Jade was born and raised in Cape Town and made her way to Durban in the end of 2015 to be with AD and their beautiful child. Jade received her first tattoo at the age of 16, which she highly regrets, and that’s why she is so strict on only people over the age of 18 being tattooed.
Sheldon Shaw started his apprenticeship when he was 18 years old at Little Shop of Horrors Tattoo and Piercing Studio in Johannesburg. He studied Fine Art at Witswatersrand University for 3 years. He did his apprenticeship on weekends and in his holidays throughout varsity. He started tattooing and body piercing in August 2015.
Sheldon mostly prefer to do black and grey tattoos, fine line tattoos i.e. mandala’s, script pieces. He loves to do piercings and pretty much anything to do with the body modification industry. He is very passionate and always willing to learn everyday. Sheldon enjoys gaming in his spare time and checking out art, whether it is at galleries, or trolling Pinterest. Learning and growing is always valuable in both business and his personal life.
Jazz is originally from Durban and has 15 years experience in various studios around Durban. He has a distinct soft black and grey style, and loves realism and Japanese but is open to all styles of tattooing. Custom work is more than welcome.
Cindy Lategan grew up in Bloemfontein and relocated to Durban when she was 16. Art was one of her favorite subjects at school and it has always played a big role in her life. After her studies she relocated to Nelspruit and opened her own art and craft shop. Later she moved back to Durban where she became one of AD’s clients. He has done most of her work adding to her ever growing collection. AD saw the potential in her to become a tattoo artist and when the opportunity presented itself she jumped at it. She is now a full time tattoo apprentice at our studio