Looking for new Tattoo designs, Visions gots your back!

Canman and Anthony custom creates every design for each client.

This process ensures that each tattoo will be one of a kind!

Interested in a new custom tattoo? go to our tattoo request form to make it happen!!


The best custom tattoos are a collaboration between client and artist.

This is more than just a money exchange for goods or services.

You’re getting original, beautiful art permanently inscribed on your body.

The creative process is going to be more intimate and should be more respectful.

Be the best client you can be by doing your research up front.

Gather references before your initial consultation.

Be a good listener when your artist explains their work.

Do your part, and trust the artist to do theirs.

We promise that all these things will help make your experience the best it can be.


How can you have the best collaborative experience with your tattoo artist?

Here are some smart do’s and don’ts to help you along the way!

Even if you know what you want, there’s going to be some conversation with your artist about what is possible.

Think a lot of your tattoo before you set up an appointment. Consider placement, color or black and grey, and sizing.

We recommend bringing or emailing photos of the objects or themes you want in your new tattoo.

You can bring images from other tattoo artists, but only to explain what sort of style or aesthetic you’re going for.

Don’t ask your artist to copy something directly onto your skin, especially someone else’s artwork!

You came to them for a reason, so let their personal artistic abilities shine.

Don’t overly art direct your tattoo artist. 

Skin isn’t paper — there are logistical, practical decisions your artist is makes as well as artistic ones.

DO: Trust your artist, and their ability.

They’ve devoted their lives to this craft, so just let them shine.

DO: Remember that time is money.

You can make changes and you can ask for redraws — but expect to pay for them.

Make sure to budget properly for potential redraws, and remember to tip.