Jeramy Kitchens is a world famous artist, who has the ability to create any idea that you may have- beyond your expectations. Some of his pieces have been featured on TV and in magazines such as Slingin' Ink, he has also appeared at more than a dozen tattoo conventions throughout the United States.
Russell Rasmussen is a Fort Worth local who began to excel in the piercing profession in 2014 as an apprentice at Sparrows Tattoo Company, where he was promoted to head piercer upon the completion of his apprenticeship. He later worked as the head piercer at Artistic Encounter Tattoos before becoming an invaluable member of our team. His unmatched passion for piercing continually pushes him to remain up to date and excell in all areas of the body modification profession. Russell loves to be creative and prides himself in quality work matched with quality and custom fitted jewelry. He strives for perfection, client satisfaction and maintaining lasting relationships with his clients through his unique and personalized body modification experience; his approach is thoughtful, meticulous, and professional. He voluntarily attends non-mandatory professional piercing training through the annual Association of Professional Piercers covering topics such as safe piercing practices, piercing fundamentals, anatomy, and proper aftercare. He has been published in the Central City Ink Magazine and as an Invictus featured business. Come in with an open mind and you will leave with an amazing body modified piece of art; have any doubt, just read his reviews!!
Graduated with a Illustration BFA in 2012 from Ringling College of Art and Design. While in school, I participated in gallery openings, solo art shows, interactive art and music festivals along with Comic Cons in Florida and New York.
Originally from Fort Worth, I moved back to Texas after a short stint in California and started my apprenticeship in the spring of '14 and started tattooing shortly thereafter. After working in a couple shops, I found my home at Sleepy Hollow Tattoos.
Specializing in custom illustrative color work and neo-traditional, I've won 3 first place awards in the past 2 years and strive for more.
My first solo show in Texas is scheduled for September 2019 at the Fort Worth Community Arts Center.
Eddy Herrera has been an artist since a very young age. He was constantly drawing in school, interested and focused on illustration and pen and ink work. He is influenced by many visual artists, musicians and tattooers. He has developed a style that is his own but continues to grow and change as time goes on. Eddy loves to do bright, bold and illustrative style tattoos but is capable of taking on any challenge. "My goal as an artist is to have a body of work that truly represents me as a person and an artist. I want people to be able to look at my work and know instantly that its mine. I feel im still working toward that but I’m enjoying the journey"
Austin has always enjoyed drawing, and as a natural-born artist, he was given a scholarship to the Art Institute of Fort Worth for graphic design where he turned his talent into many different artistic skills, but shortly after discovering his passion for tattooing he left school to begin his apprenticeship in one of the top shops in the industry and completed his learning in time to join the team at Sleepy Hollow in 2015. He specializes in neo-traditional and Japanese, but is fluent in many of the forms and styles of tattoo and can pretty much bring any tattoo design to life.
Matt Purdy has been drawing and painting since he started school almost 30 years ago.
He started to practice tattooing early 2012 and soon after realized that this form of art was his passion. He loves the idea that his art will live on with someone for the rest of their lives.
Matt is skilled in any style of tattooing but especially enjoys doing bold black and grey work.