The tattoo industry is a booming business. There are over 20,000 tattoo shops operating in the U.S alone. A major challenge for tattoo shop owners is to distinguish themselves from other shops. Using plaques in your shops to professionally display your work is a great way to set yourself apart from the competition!

 

Artist Profiles

According to a study conducted by the Pew Research Center, 49% of people with tattoos think the reputation of tattoo artist or tattoo studio is the most important factor when getting a tattoo. Maintaining a professional looking shop is essential to attracting new business, and maintaining business. Being featured in Inked or Skin Deep is a huge accomplishment and deserves a spot on the shop’s wall. Displaying any artist profiles that your artists have is the perfect way to establish a professional, high-quality atmosphere for your shop and will make new customers more comfortable when they walk into your shop.

 

Artwork Examples

Along with profiles on your artists, new and existing customers will be interested to see the artists’ work. Having portfolios of an artist’s work mounted onto a custom plaque is the perfect way to allow customers to see them, and also adds to the professionalism of the shop.

 

Memories and Milestones

Most people who work in the tattoo industry do so because they have a passion for it. With such a passionate career, there will be countless memories and milestones that you create along the way. Have that old Polaroid from the shop’s grand opening? A picture of your first client? Preserving it onto a custom plaque is the best way to make sure those memories are preserved for a lifetime, not to mention they give your shop a personality and history.

 

If you’re looking to add a professional touch to your shop and would like to see a free preview of a profile that was published, your artists’ artwork, or just some pictures, click below and we will email you a free preview!

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