Jacci's Aart Accent

1041 N Rampart St

New Orleans, LA, 70116

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Tattoos by Todd Howell I got started tattooing around 2007 after South Carolina ended its prohibition. I did my apprenticeship at Blu Gorilla Tattoo in Charleston, where I got to watch some really phenomenal artists work, many of whom have gone on to open their own shops. I cant express enough how invaluable the experience was. Working 12 to 14 hour days for nothing but tips for scrubbing tubes, helping settle in the customers pulling designs together for what would at times be a 6 to 8 hour wait to see an artist. Getting out and promoting passing out fliers around downtown Charleston, or staying until 4am to strip and wax the floors will teach you how you have to let tattooing take over everything about your life. But it was Jacci Gresham in New Orleans who took me in fresh from my apprenticeship and gave me the freedom to really grow as a tattooist, and as an artist. And out of respect for who she is what she has done, and the opportunity she has given me, I really hope I don't let her down. There is something about New Orleans, the art and the music that really gets you. I have played bass guitar for the better part of two decades and moved to NOLA to learn how much I suck. there are musicians on the street here with more talent than you’ll find in concert halls anywhere else. I still pick up the bass from time to time and smack it around, but Its tattooing that has my full attention. It has to, I think, getting into the game late left me with a feeling of playing permanent catch up. No matter how good your last tattoo was there are people out there doing bigger better work. I really hope I never loose that feeling of playing catch up, and knowing how much there still is that I haven't learned I'm not too worried about that. As far as style of tattooing, I do best at bold lined high contrast bright color tattoos. That's not to say I'm the best at it, its just what I'm best at for now. I am always pushing to do more, try more, grow more. I really think you can’t just pigeon hole yourself into one style, you have to be able to give the client what they want or pass them to someone who can. so I am always working to better myself as an artist. I often heard that if you love what you do you’ll never work a day in your life, and didn't get it until I started tattooing. Now my work is my life, and I'm happy to be living it. Todd Howell Aart Accent Tattoo New Orleans LA. I got started tattooing around 2007 after South Carolina ended its prohibition. I did my apprenticeship at Blu Gorilla Tattoo in Charleston, where I got to watch some really phenomenal artists work, many of whom have gone on to open their own shops. I cant express enough how invaluable the experience was. Working 12 to 14 hour days for nothing but tips for scrubbing tubes, helping settle in the customers pulling designs together for what would at times be a 6 to 8 hour wait to see an artist. Getting out and promoting passing out fliers around downtown Charleston, or staying until 4am to strip and wax the floors will teach you how you have to let tattooing take over everything about your life. But it was Jacci Gresham in New Orleans who took me in fresh from my apprenticeship and gave me the freedom to really grow as a tattooist, and as an artist. And out of respect for who she is what she has done, and the opportunity she has given me, I really hope I don't let her down. There is something about New Orleans, the art and the music that really gets you. I have played bass guitar for the better part of two decades and moved to NOLA to learn how much I suck. there are musicians on the street here with more talent than you’ll find in concert halls anywhere else. I still pick up the bass from time to time and smack it around, but Its tattooing that has my full attention. It has to, I think, getting into the game late left me with a feeling of playing permanent catch up. No matter how good your last tattoo was there are people out there doing bigger better work. I really hope I never loose that feeling of playing catch up, and knowing how much there still is that I haven't learned I'm not too worried about that. As far as style of tattooing, I do best at bold lined high contrast bright color tattoos. That's not to say I'm the best at it, its just what I'm best at for now. I am always pushing to do more, try more, grow more. I really think you can’t just pigeon hole yourself into one style, you have to be able to give the client what they want or pass them to someone who can. so I am always working to better myself as an artist. I often heard that if you love what you do you’ll never work a day in your life, and didn't get it until I started tattooing. Now my work is my life, and I'm happy to be living it. Todd Howell Aart Accent Tattoo New Orleans LA.

Working Hours

  • Monday12:00 - 00:00
  • Tuesday12:00 - 00:00
  • Wednesday12:00 - 00:00
  • Thursday12:00 - 00:00
  • Friday12:00 - 01:00
  • Saturday12:00 - 01:00
  • Sunday14:00 - 00:00

Jacci's Aart Accent

  • (504) 581-9812