Stovall Costilow Collective is a new tattoo parlor located at 230 West 6th Avenue -- and it's also a gallery representing divine and abstract art of all kinds. Jeremy Costilow, tattoo artist and wood worker for the months-old business, says the group plans to hold regular shows in the space and feature different art every First Friday, "including paintings, photography and graphic art." The shop's interior is also part of its artistic bent: Inside, the walls present a community environment incorporating wooden trim, dimmed lights and tribal structures. Continue reading for more photos of the new space and its art.
See also: - To raise funds for vets, Joseph Carman will tattoo a haiku from you - Tattoo artist/rock star Corey Miller on music, ink and television - Trade your toys for body ink (or piercings) at Fallen Owl Tattoo
The artist at the Stovall Costilow Collective do not take-walk in appointments -- but they do accept appointments by email at email@example.com.
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