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The coolest tattoo parlors in Israel

Some things in life are permanent, like tattoos. With these Israeli tattoo parlors, you’ll have no regrets

© Noam Nachon

Cast those myths aside. The belief that Jews with tattoos cannot be buried in a Jewish cemetery is entirely myth. A tattoo doesn’t prohibit you from being buried with your families or from participating in all synagogue rituals. On that note, think ink! Whether you’re looking for symbolism or meaningless geometric shapes, black line shading or a full-on watercolor, or even a cheesy hebrew phrase (we won't judge, though your Israeli friends will make fun of you indefinitely), these tattoo parlors have got the best Israeli artists in town.

The best places in Israel to get inked

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Kipod Tattoo

Located in the heart of Tel Aviv, Kipod Tattoo is the perfect place for your next tattoo or piercing. With eight tattoo artists and two piercers available, Kipod offers a professional staff in a sanitary studio. Each tattooist specializes in a different style, making Kipod the perfect place for any tattoo design you have in mind. Among the staff is artist Michael Kozlenko, who has over 20 years of experience and has participated in many international conventions. Kozlenko specializes in cover-ups and loves Bio-Mechanic, Neo-Traditional and oriental tattoo styles. Alexander Yanitskiy is another senior artist at Kipod, who is known for his photo-realism tattoo work.

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Tel Aviv City Center
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Ink Donkey Tattoo

Ink Donkey Tattoo is located in the Florentin hipster area of Tel Aviv. The shop is warm and inviting, with a friendly, knowledgeable staff committed to giving you the best tattooing experience possible. Working in many different styles, the creative artists at Ink Donkey will work to find you the design you’ve been looking for with the best possible placement. Never compromising on quality, your ink will be done with bold colors, sharp lines and a steady hand to create a beautiful piece of art.

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Florentine
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Noam Yona Tattoos

Noam Yona Tattoos is highly reviewed by clients who rave about the patience, professionalism, gentleness, and helpfulness of artists Noam Yona and Sara Kori. With a skill unmatched by other artists, they specialize in delicate tattoos with intricate line and dot work to create magnificent pieces of artwork. Noam is known for his extensively detailed, impressive designs, while Sara creates images whose beauty lies in their simplicity. Even tattoo skeptics would approve.

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Giv'atayim
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Sonia Tattoo Lady

Her name pretty much says it all. Sonia Tattoo Lady works out of a private shop by appointment only and has become a hit with her fresh outlook on traditional tattoo styles. Inking classic Sailor Jerry-inspired creations with a modern hipster twist, Sonia’s style is as unique as it is familiar. With a look that is slightly gothic, using darker color tones and sharp black outlines, Sonia Tattoo Lady’s designs project a feeling of power and rebellion. While geometric shapes and dainty flowers have become popular with the Tumblr and Instagram generation of tattoo fans, Sonia’s work stands out as a nod to a different era.

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Tattooizm

Tattooizm is a home for custom-designed tattoos offered in a wide range of styles. Owned by Daniel Gram and Gal Gershon, who doubles as an artist, the Florentine studio hosts guest artists from all around the world, along with home artists Liran Raskin and Shachar Ozery. They are driven by a love for art, stating that each and every dot inked at Tattooizm is fueled by a “lust for art.” With something for everyone, their website features geometric styles, portraits, plants, traditional styles and more, with bold colors and intricate line work.

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Florentine
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Psycho Tattoo

Psycho Tattoo was founded by leading Israeli tattoo artist Avi Vanunu in 1993. Vanunu is known internationally for his work in oriental/traditional Japanese tattoo styles, and has trained many well-known artists. Psycho Tattoo’s passion for art and tattooing has placed the studio as one of the leading shops in Israel for body art. Psycho has six tattoo artists and one piercer on staff and emphasizes high standards of service. Psycho Tattoo works hard to provide original artwork for its clients, making it the perfect spot to get a one of a kind piece of ink.

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Tel Aviv City Center
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Spring Tattoo

Spring Tattoo is a professional tattoo studio, located in Tel Aviv. Maintaining the highest standards of sterile working conditions, combined with unique artistic visions and great people skills, Spring Tattoo is committed to helping you plan and get the perfect tattoo. The artists use bold color, sharp lines and dramatic designs in their work, ensuring your tattoo will look its best, and not fade in that blazing Tel Aviv sun. Founded and run by Aviv Rotshas, a highly recommended artist since 2005, artist Yaniv Goren and various visiting artists make the experience intimate and comfortable.

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Florentine
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Vision Tattoos

Vision Tattoos believes that the quality of a tattoo should speak for itself, choosing to stray from the flashy social media age of art advertisement. Since 1998 they have been providing beautiful ink to Israelis in a variety of styles. Featuring artists Snir Rozensal, Boris Irisov, and Ronit Rozensal, they specialize in large pieces, attentively worked to create body art that can truly be considered a masterpiece. With preference for classic tattoo designs, Vision Tattoos is the spot for lovers of traditional ink.

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White City
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Tribal Tattoo

Tribal Tattoo is a tattoo and piercing studio located in the heart of Tel Aviv in Dizengoff Center. The studio has a pleasant and inviting atmosphere, with an attentive and reliable staff that are committed to helping you find your dream ink. With one of the largest flash books available for tattoo selection in the country, in a variety of themes and styles, it’s impossible to leave the place unsatisfied. So whether you’re looking for delicate black ink linework, colorful watercolor or something more traditional, Tribal Tattoo has just the thing.

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Tel Aviv City Center
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Comments

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Yob T
Yob T

Or save your money and get tattooed back in your country it would be cheaper and the quality will be higher. Why get imitations of the originals from world?! In Israel the worst people who pay money get on the list, at least you know who payed more.