We hope to see all you returning students next semester. Congrats seniors. Dont be afraid to come get one last tattoo or piercing before you leave town.
It is Mom’s weekend at the University of Idaho. All of us at Falling Moon Tattoo Studio welcome you! If you have thought of getting tattoos or piercings together now is the perfect time. Give us a call (2o8)882-4257 or drop by the studio at 610 S. Main, Moscow Id. 83843 and schedule today!
Jeremy Hogan is back at Falling Moon Tattoo Studio in Moscow, Idaho. If you have been waiting to finish a tattoo, or want something new call (208)882-4257 to schedule an appointment today!
Just an update of where every one is at the moment. Nick is back in Moscow after working with our bro’s at Bozeman’s Tattoo Alley in Montana this May. Jeremy is tattooing in Moscow while visiting his kids for a bit longer. Justin is Tattooing with Ryan at the shop in Ventura. Matt and Shaun are doing business as usual in Moscow.
The Ventura shop will be hosting a few diffrent guest artists this spring. Check back here or call the shop to see who!
Call (208)882-4257 in Moscow or (805)667-8003 in Ventura to talk to the guys about your summer art project!
On May 5th 1992 Jeremy Hogan, as Falling Moon Tattoo Studio opened its doors for business as the first tattoo studio on the Palouse. Now in its third location at 610 South Main in Moscow, and with its first expansion open in Ventura California I would like to wish my best to everyone who has helped make the past 20 years at Falling Moon a wonderful and memorable experience. Thank you!! I would also like to thank all of our patrons over the years for helping to make our dream become a reality. We could not have done it with out you!
Enjoy whatever summer brings your way, and if those memories are worthy of immortalization, remember us and we can help you to remember them, always!
Thanks again to and from everyone at Falling Moon Tattoo Studio. Let’s see what the next 20 years bring!
As the title of the post says here are a couple of flower tattoos that Nick Nesbitt did in the last few weeks. The Rose and the lilly were done in 2 sessions. But the orchids were all done in one session. The orchids were also a rework of a rework. So some vine work was added to complement and tie in the whole piece.
This is a large tattoo that Nick Nesbitt in Moscow started today. This is the beginning of a lower leg sleeve with various other types of aquatic life and coral. Here are a few photos, both the black and grey and the finished color piece. This session took just about 2 1/2 hours which is just a part of the total amount of time that is going to be put into this piece.
Nick Nesbitt did these two tattoos that came in Saturday evening at Tattoos and Blues. These two local Santa Rosa clients wanted a nice loving couple tattoo, but with a little zombie flare added to it. They decided to just do the black and grey work this time and will meet up at next year’s Tattoos and Blues to finish it off with some nice rotten greens, blues and reds to each piece.