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Clare Keton Tattoo Artist

Botanical, Japanese & Tibetan style tattoos

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sakura tattoo

Back in the studio!

I've had an awesome break and happy to be back in the studio!  I've only got a few days available for the remainder of 2016 and taking bookings for 2017.  Please contact me with your tattoo ideas! Save

Last minute availability!

Hi!  I'm back in the studio and excited to get back to work, I've had a tattoo session rescheduled so I now have August 29th available.  There's only a few dates left for the year so get in touch quick! ... Continue Reading →

New work – Hannya mask with oriental sleeve tattoo

I recently completed this oriental chest plate and sleeve tattoo with Sakura (cherry blossoms), Koi, Lotus flower and Hannya mask.  Here are a few photos from our final session! Save

Looking back…

It's been fantastic having a break and I'm looking forward to returning to the studio to work on some oriental pieces like these!

We’ll be back soon!

We're taking a break at the moment and will return to the studio on the 10th of August!  We've only got a few dates available for the remainder of 2016 and taking bookings for 2017.  Please contact us with your... Continue Reading →

Work in progress – Sakura rib tattoo

A great first session on this Sakura tattoo on the ribs, thanks so much to this lovely lady for flying to Melbourne for this piece!  Looking forward to the next session, always love working with cherry blossoms!

New work – Sakura and Koi sleeve tattoo

Great to have finished this chest piece and sleeve!  Fish tail is freshly tattooed in these pics and the cherry blossoms, Koi and Hannya mask are healed.  Thanks so much to Daniel for traveling all the way from Darwin for... Continue Reading →

Work in progress – Sakura sleeve tattoo

Some not quite finished inside arm action.... Part of a half sleeve in progress... Sakura!!

Work in progress – swallow and cherry blossom tattoo

Worked on this new piece this week!  Cherry blossom is a cover up of an old tattoo (by another tattooist) with the swallow, bird to be finished next session.

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