Paul Collier


Artist Profile

OriginWhitianga, New Zealand
StylesRealism, Black and Grey, Japanese, Neo Traditional

About me

I grew up in the coromandel and have had many occupations but have always been drawn to art.

I started tattooing in 2012, and I knew it was what I wanted to do for the rest of my life.

I love tattooing anything animal related or to do with the ocean but also bold lines and bright colours.

My Interests

Growing up surrounded by water naturally my hobbies are anything ocean related but also enjoy getting out for a ride on the Harley.


If you have to think about it three times, DON’T DO IT!

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Booking an appointment?

If you like our work and would like to schedule an appointment, you can contact our front desk by calling 075790080 or get in touch via a contact form. Our artists will endeavour to work with you, to create a design that you will be proud to wear. Please note that artists’ availability is subject to change, so prior booking is advisable.

    Tattoo virgin? Concerned?
    Check our Tips & Tricks before booking.

    Tattoo Matters


    step one

    Know the risks

    Before getting a tattoo it is good to know what is involved, what are the potential risks and how to minimise them. If you are not sure, please read our Tips & Tricks and make sure you discuss any of your concerns with the artist.


    step two

    Think it through

    It is good to have a good idea what you would like to get tattooed. Are you adding to an existing work, or thinking of something new? Our artists will discuss your ideas with you and guide you through the process. It is important that you carefully consider the chosen design, afterall you will be proudly wearing it for a long time.


    step three

    After care

    Looking after your fresh tattoo is essential. There are number of skin conditions, like cellulitis that could occur as a result of poor care. After finishing on the day, the artist is going to apply a protective film over your skin. This is to protect it from the outside environment. Afterall, you have an “open wound”. Applying good quality moisturising cream to help with the healing process is recommended. You will be guided to best options available.