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25 Best Tattoo Websites

People put a lot of thought into which tattoo parlor they choose. As a tattoo artist, you need to do everything in your power to showcase your amazing work on your professional-looking website. Not only to inspire others but to convince people that you are the one they’ll trust to provide them with a tattoo. To help with some design examples below is a list of the best tattoo websites of 2021.

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1. Goodkind Tattoo Co.

This website shares in the intro paragraph that they do unique and custom work. Along with more information about the business. This is a great way to get important information out to the reader right away. So this allows the potential customer to see if their vision matches up and not waste anyone’s time. There is a great gallery of pictures on the homepage, along with testimonials, a Google Map, and a contact form.

2. Ink & Iron

This tattoo website has a very modern feel, with small, thin font and a lot of white space around the information. Many pictures showcasing different tattoos from different artists. Also on the homepage, there is testimonials, Google Map, and contact information making it easy to get into contact. There is a sticky header making it easy for visitors to easily browse and discover all the information within the website.

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3. Guns N Needles

Guns N Needles has a great web design that has a good amount of information but isn’t overwhelming to the reader. This website knows that sometimes getting a tattoo can be stressful, they make sure you get all the facts before jumping into anything. They also do a great job of answering FAQs and easy-to-follow instructions on the aftercare of the tattoo.

4. Dinkytown Tattoo

This site is very simple with some written content showcasing what they offer. Then they have a section for the work they have done, with is organized by the artist. This helps the potential customer know which artist they should pick for their tattoo if they like the work one artist does over all the other ones. They are also a consultation at the bottom of the page.

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5. Nokomis Tattoo

Nokomis Tattoo has a bold red color that helps highlight important information on the website. Not all tattoo shops allow walk-ins, so they make sure loud and clear that they offer both appointments and walk-ins. Some notable features are the informative blog, social media links, and contact form.

6. Leviticus Tattoo & Piercing

This website’s intro slider has so many cool pictures that grab your attention. The pictures are of the shop and some tattoo designs. Many categories at the top of the homepage making it easy for visitors to navigate around. Also, there is a video giving a tour of the shop. Along with a Google Map that shows where they are located.

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7. MPLS Tattoo Shop

This tattoo website has an intro video of someone getting a tattoo. This grabs your attention and makes you want to get more information. Many ways for the visitor to reach out for more information when they want it. Also, they make it very easy to contact them with their phone number at the top and bottom of the page and a link to their “Contact Us” page.

8. Bellwether Tattoo

Bellwether Tattoo’s website has a great web design. The content is centered in the middle of the page with a background that stays in place. The background is grey with a black plus sign pattern. At the top of the page, there are many links to browse through. Many pictures are showcasing the work they can do.

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9. Lucky Dragon Tattoo

The website for Lucky Dragon Tattoo does a great job of keeping everything simple and not overwhelming the reader. They also make it clear what they offer and share that they are experts in repairing and covering up tattoos. At the top of the page, they have social media links for Facebook and Instagram, also their Google reviews.

10. The Nova Expansion

This tattoo website has an intro slider with many pictures showing what their shop looks like, along with the artist working on different tattoos. Their pictures for the work they have done are on a slider, allowing you to see all the pictures or click through them. Each artist has an introduction and a link to see the work they do.

11. A Ink Tattoo

A Ink Tattoo has a simple website, featuring some testimonials and pictures of past work. Also on the homepage, you can make an appointment, get directions, and call them. At the bottom of the homepage, a Google Map is making it easier for people to find where they are located.

12. Slave to the Needle

This website does a great job of showing what their services are and showing off their art. There is a section for FAQs and news articles getting important information out to the potential customer and get any questions answered that they have.

13. Aardvark Tattoo Company

This tattoo website is a great example of a good web design. It has a great intro paragraph, along with an intro of the team. There is an awesome Instagram and section review section, showing the potential customer what other people have experienced and enjoyed.

14. Ever True Tattoo

The website for Ever True Tattoo is super simple. On the homepage, half of the page is a slider featuring a few different designs. The other half features the artist’s pictures with a hover effect so when you hover you see their name. The pages on this website are a contact page and aftercare instructions.

15. Iron Monkey Ink

This website is very bold and busy. A lot going on which you can tell is what they were going for. There are many pictures over a busy background. The headlines are also big and bold. Iron Monkey Ink allows the potential customer to book online and know exactly what they will spend. They share a Google Map, social media links, and contact form.

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16. Body Electric Tattoo

Body Electric Tattoo has a very unique homepage. There are many pictures right next to each other that take up the whole page, each with a headline and a link. Each bringing you to important information. This page likes to explain their work through pictures, so they have many pictures with a small amount of text.

17. Mohave Creative

This tattoo website has an oversized intro picture showing what their shop looks like. They have an awesome sign in their shop with a purple color that radiates off of it. It’s unique, which grabs the attention of the visitors. There is a good mix of written content and pictures. Very easy to contact them with contact information on the homepage and a live chat option.

18. Chapter One Tattoo

Chapter One Tattoo has a black and white color scheme. The website is very clean and easy to follow. Each artist has a picture and a short paragraph, along with a link to their portfolio and a form to request an appointment with them. On the home page, there is an Instagram section, allowing social proof for the potential customer.

19. Guru Tattoo

This website is organized well with many links at the top of the page to browse through. Pictures of the work they have done, along with testimonials allowing the potential customer to get a good idea of the business before contacting them. They also offer a live chat to answer any questions that people might have and want to get answered as soon as possible.

20. Bearcat Tattoo

Bearcat Tattoo uses the green color to highlight important information throughout the site. The site is very attractive and straightforward. A good amount of content is on the homepage but also many links allowing visitors to reach for more information.

21. Funhouse Tattoo

This tattoo website offers many different styles and does a great job of explaining each of them and sharing which artists are best for each one. There are reviews on the homepage from Google and Yelp. Other notable features are the Instagram section, Google Map, and the contact form.

22. LV Tattoo

The website for LV Tattoo has a cool load feature when scrolling down the page. The homepage is set up to introduce the artists and show the work that they do. Along with the other team members. Also, they make it very clear the services that they offer and some of the general prices.

23. Revolt Tattoos

Revolt Tattoos is very bold with a red color scheme and bold, capital letters. There are many locations and they do a good job of separating them and showing which artists work at which location. A video is also incorporated on the homepage, which helps the potential customer get to the business.

24. Grand Avenue Tattoo

This site uses circular pictures which are creative and stand out. There is a gallery showcasing past work. Along with a list of all the artists. This website allows you to connect with them in many ways, such as Facebook, Instagram, contact form, and calling them on the phone.

25. Golden Rule Tattoo

This tattoo website is very simple with a good amount of white space. On the home page, they share some information about themselves and have the rest linked. Making sure the page doesn’t get overwhelmed with information. Also, there is a slider featuring the artist, along with a link to discover more information.

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