If you are looking for a small girly tattoo on your wrist, or a full back piece or sleeve, you should check out Renshi's Tattoo Asylum.
We offer our expertise, and advice when creating your next tattoo for you.
We aim to treat people the way they deserve, and put nice tattoos on nice people in a relaxed, chilled out atmosphere.
PRIVATE TATTOO STUDIO
LICENSED AND REGISTERED WITH THE LOCAL AUTHORITY
MICKY "RENSHI" HALL
"I don't work,
I just draw on people and they give my wife money!"
A BRIEF HISTORY
After getting tattooed at a young age Micky soon realised that he was hooked and followed his love for the art for many years, regularly getting tattooed by many various artists.
He started a career as a body piercer, and before long was offered a position at a local studio where he was also offered the opportunity to work as a tattooist.
He left this studio after a few years after a non-reconcilable disagreement with the studio owner and decided to open his own shop. Naming the studio KI INK AND STEEL. Ki translates from Japanese to Spirit.
His "Shop Manager" is his wife Dayna who does everything except tattoo!
His Father Mick was also a regular at the studio helping in the everyday running of things.
He soon gathered a great client base and decided to stop body piercing to focus 100% on tattooing.
The first studio was compulsory purchased by the council and then RENSHI'S TATTOO ASYLUM was conceived and the Church Street Shop was opened.
During the 13+ years there, the shop hosted a vast array of international guest artists including Robert Hernandez, Liorcifer, Dan Marshall, Tim Kern, Jeremiah Barba, Benjamin Moss as well as others, who he now regards as great friends.
Once again the shop fell victim to a greedy landlord and it was decided to build our own private studio. this is fully licenced and registered with the local authorities and is the next chapter in the saga!
The newest incarnation may be a smaller version of the Church Street studio but we feel that we have captured a more comfortable, relaxed atmosphere.
Micky continues to push forwards and try to develop as a tattoo artist and still hopes to get the next step up the ladder.
Micky has guested at several studios and has worked at various tattoo conventions but he is always more comfortable and at home in his own little corner of Dragonham!