Art Gallery

Tattoo Studio

The City

About Us

Welcome to a new kind of Tattoo Parlor, we are very proud to introduce to you the most Art oriented Tattoo studio in the East Cost .

Our crew of artists will guide you, show you, and interact with you during the entire creative process of getting your tattoo. They can assist you in any style and we can assure you that you will leave the Studio with the best tattoo experience you can possibly have.

Also you can enjoy our collection of fine art produced by our resident artists  and guest artists from all over the world. We host art events on a monthly basis so don’t forget to check the dates!!!!




Andres Hurtado icon-instagram icon-mail

Years tattooing: 19
Favorite style: Black and Gray, realistic portraits, biomechanic.



1 – Listen to your tattoo artist.

If you’ve done your homework and chosen a good tattoo artist, he or she will provide detailed instructions on how to care for your new tattoo, which you should follow carefully. Every tattoo artist will have a slightly different opinion on the best way to care for a new tattoo, but don’t worry, most reputable artists have had years of experience in caring for new tattoos, so their methods have been tried and tested.

2 – Leave the bandage on for 2 to 24 hours

Once the tattoo is complete, your tattoo artist will clean the area, apply an anti-bacterial ointment and cover the tattoo with a bandage or some dressing. Once you have left the tattoo parlor, try to resist the temptation to open the bandage to take a peak or show off your new tattoo to your friends. The bandage is there to protect your tattoo from airborne bacteria, which can penetrate through your broken skin. The bandage should be left on for a minimum of two hours before you remove it.

3 – Carefully remove the bandage

The jury is still out on how long a bandage should be left on before it is removed. Most artists agree that you should keep your tattoo covered for a minimum of two hours before removing, but the recommended maximum amount of time varies between 4 and 24 hours. Tattoos covered in plastic wrap are the exception, plastic wrap should never be left on a new tattoo for longer than two hours.

4 – Gently wash the tattoo

Most artists recommend lukewarm water and mild, unscented liquid antibacterial or antimicrobial soap. Use your hands to gently rub the tattoo, removing all traces of blood, plasma, or leaked ink. This will help to prevent the tattoo from scabbing too soon. Do not use a wash cloth, loofah or any type of sponge to clean the tattoo, as these may harbor bacteria.

5 – Let the tattoo air dry

Once you have thoroughly washed the tattoo, you should gently pat it dry with a little paper towel. Do not rub the tattoo, as this may cause irritation. Once the excess moisture has been removed, you should leave the tattoo uncovered for 20 minutes to an hour. This will allow the tattoo to breath and any excess moisture to evaporate.

6 – Apply ointment

Once your tattoo is fully dry and the skin begins to feel tight you can apply a little ointment, such as Bacitracin or A&D, to the tattoo. Make sure to apply only a very thin layer that’s just enough to make the tattoo shine and rub it in gently until it’s absorbed by the skin. It’s very important that you don’t apply too much ointment or else you’ll suffocate the tattoo and encourage the growth of bacteria.

7 – Continue to wash and moisturize your tattoo 3 to 5 times a day.

You should continue to wash your tattoo with anti-bacterial soap and warm water until it is fully healed. This can take anywhere from 3 to 6 six weeks, depending on the size and location of the tattoo. You should wash the tattoo approximately three times a day, though you should wash more often if the tattoo is on your hand, wrist, foot, or any other area which is more exposed to germs.

Contact Us

For appointments
and any other enquiries email us or call the studio monday to saturday 12 pm to 10 pm

260 Smithtown Blvrd

Nesconset, New York 11767



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