After 9 years on Nørrebro, Skin & Bone has relocated to Lybækgade 8B on Amager. The new studio is closer to central Copenhagen with easier accessability from the main station, as well as the aero-port, for our many foreign clients.
Working at the new location will be Colin Dale, specializing in Nordic designs and prehistoric tattooing techniques. Colin was one of the first of a new generation of tattooists to take up the handpoking tools… over two decades ago. He has been instumental in developing the Neo-Nordic style as well as helping other cultures to revive their own lost traditions.
Working alongside is Anne Sofie Just-Jørgensen (Just Sofie), who has gained a lot of experience the last few years. Sofie’s introduction to tattooing was through her years of travel in French Polynesia and she is now beginning to make a name for herself doing Polynesian and other handpoked designs.
Skin&Bone has always had a wide variety of guest artists coming to visit… to learn and trade experiences from their own cultures. We have friends visiting and working with traditional designs and tools from Samoa, Borneo, Indonesia, Japan, New Zealand and the Nordic lands… as well as many new artists in the coming years.
Thanks to all of our friends and clients who have supported us these past years at Jægersborggade and we hope to see you all again on Amager… as well as many new faces.
We will be holding an opening reception on the 6th of April for the new studio.
In the meantime here are a few photos of the new location on Lybækgade 8B and some recent work.