Living Canvas Tattoo Parlour
Living Canvas supports the freedom of expression. We don't believe that art is only meant for a wall. We find beauty in the human form and like artists of any medium, we find beauty in life. The name Living Canvas is derived from the idea that people are walking, breathing, living canvas' themselves and that tattoos are an art form which deserve to be done beautifully and with respect to our clients and to the muse...
We believe in the natural beauty of life and that is why we are vegan friendly!
Living Canvas Tattoo Parlor is located in Jefferson County which requires yearly inspections to ensure the health and safety of our clients.
We strive to provide a safe, clean and healthy environment, with professional, friendly and personable staff.
Custom, black and gray, neo-traditional, traditional, realism.
Living Canvas Tattoo Parlour is one of the most unique tattoo shops in Littleton, Colorado. The comfortable and relaxing atmosphere mixed with the exceptional customer service set it above your average tattoo shop.
Living Canvas, A History
Living Canvas Tattoo Parlour has been in operation since March of 2013. Originally on the corner of Kipling and Bowles for three years before moving to the current location. The shop uses Fusion and Eternal ink, which is organic in material and contains no metals, plastics or animal by-products - vegan friendly.
Specializing in custom tattoos, Living Canvas strives to create a tattoo that fits the client's personality and style
Meet Our Tattoo Artists
Jessica has a background in art, as her grandparents, uncles and father all dabbled in various mediums. In fact, it was her father who taught her how to draw portraits using a charcoal pencil, as well as to be creative and always think outside of the box. Jessica studied architecture in college and when she is not tattooing she paints, draws and travels. She is going on her tenth year in the industry. Jessica's favorite tattoos are anything in color but is experienced in all tattoo styles: custom, black and grey, traditional, neo-traditional, geometric, water color, realism or new school.
Sara has been tattooing since 2013. She has been drawing and painting her whole life and enjoys learning new mediums when she has the chance. She likes to do a variety of styles including watercolor, photo realism, and neotraditional. Creative projects are always exciting for her. She likes to paint, read comics, spend time with her daughter, and is currently finishing up her Bachelor’s degree in art.
A left handed gentleman out of the state of Florida, now finding comfort among the mountains, snow, and sunshine of Colorado.
From Music to the visual arts - A Trumpet player for over fourteen years and the guitar for five years. He attended Valencia College in Orlando and then some semesters at the University of Central Florida studying marketing before dropping out to get back to his artistic roots. Spending countless hours daily drawing leading to a two year apprenticeship at a Touch of Color tattoo in Oviedo, FL.
Now tattooing for over three years, he wouldn't change a thing. He strives for excellence in every tattoo - no matter how big or small. Click his face above to see his Instagram portfolio. His main mediums beside the skin are pen/pencil/Prismacolor colored pencils on paper.
Jason started his art career unbeknownst to him with 2 crayons and his mother hallway wall. Following a high speed chase, his grandmother took Jason underneath her wing and showed him the tools of the art world. He continued to dedicate his life to art and was invited to a four year tattoo apprentice program and after successfully completing it in 2008, said fair well to the Mid-Atlantic coast and hello to the great Rocky Mountains where he resides today. Current mediums outside of tattooing he continues to practice are canvas painting, pointillism, digital illustration, pixel art, and a mix-media of pen, marker & color pencil.