Updates from Abyss:

Inside the Abyss Documentary Screening!

If you all would like to know more about me before you book an appointment , I would like to invite you all to join me and my friends to the screening of my documentary at the Atlanta Plaza Movie Theater.

Screening will start on Thursday, July 30th, 2015 at 7:30 pm to 9:00 pm.  The address is 1049 Ponce De Leon Ave NE. Atlanta, Georgia 30306



Traditional Japanese Tattooing of Atlanta

Atlanta native Abyss traveled to the other side of the world for his apprenticeship at the world-renown Horitoyo tattoo studio. The studio is located in the small Japanese village of Yamanashi in the shadow of Mount Fuji. Under his mentor Horitoyo, Abyss learned a solid foundation of traditional Japanese irezumi art. Irezumi essentially means decorating the body with mythical beasts, demons, gods, flowers, animals, etc. that historically thought to bestow various powers onto those bearing the tattoos. Not limited to just one style however, Abyss prefers black and grey pieces and his signature style, similar to his name, is abstract, gritty and somewhat dark. After brief stints at a few local tattoo shops, Abyss struck out on his own to continue to build a loyal following, develop his style and perfect his craft.