Located in historic Ybor City at 1514 E. 7th Avenue, was a former tattoo shop, Then, demolished and resurrected by the 1603 Tattoo Family in 2009. Old 7th Avenue Tattoo was born stands on its own.
A Nice change from typical tattoo studios… Old 7th is anything but typical. With vintage decor and relaxing music from the 50′s to present and originating from around the world. Old 7th caters to all walks of life with 3 very different artists with 3 very different styles, but all multi-award winning artist.
We are a 99% custom shop.. which means we will urge you to get a one-off custom tattoo. Old 7th has a no stress, no pressure attitude towards tattooing. It’s going to be on your body forever, it needs to be the perfect design, our artist understand this and will spend the necessary time to make sure it happens.
To check out the artists new portfolios on your Ipads or on your Phones , We developed a new mobile site at www.1603tattoo.com , we are all the same family and under the 1603 umbrella of websites so,check it out.
Walking around our Ybor Market down here on a Saturday I stumbled across this. http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/17207033-ybor-noir Met the author John and hes a great guy, Give it a look. Finalist for the 2012 Creative Loafing Short Fiction Contest, (3000 words or less) “Editor’s Choice” and “Reader’s Choice” awards. Thank you again John for using our sign [...]
Vic Pitre is a new artist to the 7th ave family this year. His Traditional approch to tattooing is by far the best out there, clean and solid. Great attitude and we are lucky to have him aboard. He also has amazing prints for sale . Best way to contact him is calling the shop [...]