Blue Lady Tattoo

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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.”

By: Jenny Valentish

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Venue name: Blue Lady Tattoo
Contact:
Address: Level 1, 67 Hardware Lane
Melbourne
3000
Opening hours: Daily 11am-7pm
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