To veteran tattoo artist Joe Breeze, failure was never an option. After apprenticing and tattooing in Providence for over a decade, Joe founded F.I.N.A.O. Ink to team up with like-minded artists and provide the personalized, friendly service his community deserves. From colorful new-school and photo-realistic work to traditional styles and lettering, our imaginative artists pour their hearts into every custom design. We always go the extra mile to make our clients feel at home -- the only thing better than hanging out in our shop is showing off your ink once the session is complete. If you’re considering a new tattoo in the Creative Capital, visit F.I.N.A.O. Ink for stunning work that stands the test of time.
I am a veteran of 15 plus years and I am currently a licensed tattoo artist, body piercer, clothing designer, and also a certified graphic designer. I’m extremely motivated and obsessed with being more than I am; as such, I want to put out the best of my artistic ability every day of my life. I have been tattooing since 2001, starting fresh out of high school when I apprenticed at a local tattoo parlor (where I absorbed all the techniques I was exposed to as a sponge). I love what I do and just want to continue to grow as an artist. Although I have a large client base I remain modest and want to continue to reach higher skill levels. I chose to name the shop F.I.N.A.O. because it stands for my motto, my way of life and beliefs. It’s an acronym, meaning Failure Is Not An Option. After all, masterpieces were never produced by lazy artists.
I have been tattooing professionally for roughly 5 years. Higher education, I studied graphic design at Paier College of Art in Hamden, Connecticut. Favorite styles include traditional, neo traditional, new school, and black and gray horror. From information about making an appointment or to look at more recent work.
I’ve always had a love for art. When I was a kid all I did was draw whatever caught my eye. I love comic book art, or anything fantasy oriented; the more detail the better.I try to be well rounded with my tattoo style. I love to do anything, from the smallest butterfly to Tribal to full color Japanese sleeves. I enjoy realistic pieces, like black and grays, and portraits.
So any one looking to get a photo-realistic tattoo, movie style / horror sleeve, Marvel Comic Style, etc., please contact me; I would love to make you happy.
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