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  1. Photograph: Graham Denholm
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    Photograph: Graham Denholm
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Time Out says

You don’t get much more central Melbourne than Hardware Lane, but the décor of Blue Lady Tattoo is all New York loft. Tattooist Mike Tea’s personal style is “party tropical/traditional”, and he describes his team members Bradley Hampstead as “neo trad”, Emmet Jace as “neo-trad/Japanese”, Ben Koopman as “trad/black and grey”, David Agostino as “Italian trad” and TJ Day as “trad with a tropical twist”. Walk-ins are welcome. As for those seeking custom work, Tea says their dream client is “a person who understands tattoos and their strengths and limitations… we enjoy a chat with our clients.”

Written by
Jenny Valentish

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Address:
Level 1, 67 Hardware Lane
Melbourne
Melbourne
3000
Opening hours:
Daily 11am-7pm
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