209 Dogwood St. - Tattoo Parlor
Address: 209 Dogwood Street
Coordinates: D,2 - 9
Owner: Fjord Knudsen
Type: Commercial - Tattoo
Property Value
Resources ●● (Comfortable)
Cost of Services
Resources ● (Poor)

Descriptions

Exterior

Set in the middle of a small property is a one-storey converted residence into a commercial building. The previously manufactured tiny home has a Victorian style to it, with rosy orange shingles within the gables of the white trimmed roof and a mint green painted horizontal wood paneling below and White single-paned windows. The front entrance is a dark green door with a window in the top center so there are no accidents going in or out on a small wooden stoop. The modern roof is made to look more Victorian as well with vinyl shingles and it is great condition. The small yard has one dogwood tree on the property close to the road as is town tradition. The rest of the yard was once meant to be just landscaping stones, but large patches of grass and weeds have won the war. Along the street, lamps that are hung with baskets of flowers and seasonal banners that all have Mythic Wood and Dogwood Street on them illuminate the area quite well.

Interior

It is pretty evident that the owner of the tattoo shop holds great pride in the Navy Seals and in the local Iron Brigade Motorcycle Club. There is a lot of Navy Seal memorabilia all over the walls and signage in the shop. Above the counter with the register on it is a sign with the motto "The only easy day was yesterday." hanging above it.

The lobby is decked out with books and the walls are covered with different tattoos and tattoo styles. The chairs are black leather for people to sit and wait either for their turn or for the person they came with to get done. Under all the flash the walls are all painted in the colors of the Iron Brigade and the Navy Seals.

In the first booth, behind the counter, hangs a bunch of Iron Brigade MC memorabilia and logos and the like. The Chair that has many different ways of being posed is an emerald green leather. But it's typically covered in clear plastic for sanitary purposes. Above the chair is a bright LED light similar to the really bright ones they use in surgery. Next to the larger chair is the artists' seat, which is a comfortable green leather stool on sturdy and steady wheels. On the desks in each booth is an array of the different colors and styles of inks, packaged needles, different tattoo guns, water spray bottles, and disposable razors.

Employees

Fjord Knudsen Fjord Knudsen
Owner and Artist
Relationship Explaination.
Jason Keller Jason Keller
Employee and Artist
Relationship Explaination.
HELP WANTED HELP WANTED
Employment Opportunities
Help needed for tattooing. Looking for PC Employees. Apply to Fjord Knudsen.

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