About the Artist
Revolution Ink Tattoo in Langley was founded in November 2016 by myself (Dana). I’m also the head tattoo artist in the studio. I started tattooing in 1988, and did infrequent work, until deciding to turn professional in 2010. Art has always been a part of my life since a very young age, whether it be drawing, or the musical arts. Absolutely loving what I do shows in my work. I take a LOT of pride in my tattoos, and cut NO corners in making sure you get the BEST possible tattoo you could get.
I approach each tattoo as if it was going on my own body, and then approach it even MORE critically. Every artist has a “style” or type of tattoo work they enjoy doing most, or excel at. I specialize in fineline black & grey, and realism. Although I enjoy ALL styles of tattooing, detailed black & grey is my strongest asset. Script, black & grey, color, tribal, kanji, wildlife, I enjoy them all, and can/will tattoo them all. Tattooing is what I love to do…..
About the Tattoo Shop
The tattoo studio is located at 20535-D Douglas Crescent, in Langley, B.C. We are unlike other tattoo shops that are small and dark, or you may question the cleanliness of. This Langley tattoo studio takes pride in being ULTRA-clean. We are a bright and spacious Langley tattoo shop. Boasting just under 1400 sq ft, and 4 separate and private tattoo & piercing rooms.
At Revolution Ink Tattoo we use the best quality inks, and only use disposable needles, tubes, and grips. All shop supplies are bagged, and undergo extensive cleaning procedures between every appointment, this is to ensure your health and safety. Our shop cleaning procedures are up to and above regulations set by Fraser Health B.C. We received the highest marks upon our inspection from Fraser Health, and were told our practices are above and beyond their requirements!
A visit to Revolution Ink Tattoo will be a positive experience. You’ll not only leave with a great tattoo, you’ll also leave with piece of mind that your tattoo was done in a clean & sterile studio, where you were treated like a friend.