Brent Starr of Skin Kitchen Tattoo answers the question, What is the difference between Polynesian & Tribal Tattoos?
Bstarr has been tattooing for 10 years. His career began at several shops in Keokuk, IA, eventually landing in Des Moines in his dream chair @The Skin Kitchen in early 2020, undeterred by the pandemic fear campaign. His favorite styles to work in are illustrative, fantasy, impressionist, and black-and-grey realism. For more information and photos of his work go to https://skinkitchen.com/brent
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Skin Kitchen Tattoo and The Axiom Body Piercing Studio are located at 3800 Douglas Ave./Des Moines, Iowa 50310
http://skinkitchen.com Skin Kitchen Tattoo email - email@example.com Tattoo hours - Thursday through Monday 1-8pm
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