Tattoo design – Canman Has created over 80 new Tattoo designs that are up for grabs.

These will be available to tattoo at the upcoming Boston tattoo convention

These are new concepts that could fit well on arms, legs, chest or back!

In addition, once a design is claimed it will not be tattooed again!

One of a kind custom designs!

Interested in claiming a new Tattoo design? go to our tattoo request form to make it happen!!


tattoo designs found on the walls of tattoo shops around the world is known as “flash” .

The name comes from a time at the start of tattooing when artists had to work on the move.

Tattooing was still very much an elicit practice.

It was done mostly in locations frequented by only men at the time, such as bars or barber shops.

Artists would set up temporary shop in an existing business.

String their hand drawn designs wherever there was room to attract customers.

If the artist had to leave for any reason, he could grab his sheets of tattoo designs, and be “gone in a flash.”

These days, tattoo artists share their work with one another electronically.

in the days before the Internet, artists would trade flash with each other in person or through the mail, sharing their knowledge, techniques, and creativity with one another.

In the 1950s and 1960s, tattoo supply companies such as Spaulding and Rogers began to rise up to provide the tools of the tattooing trade, such as needles and tattoo machines.

They also provided printed sheets of tattoo flash to shops, and the artists would then add color to the designs before hanging them on their shop walls as a way to advertise their available designs.