Havana Street Tattoo Honored for Small Business Month

February 23rd, 2018

Havana Street Tattoo
2712 S Havana
Aurora CO 80014
Hours: 12 Noon to 9 p.m. daily except closed on Sundays

March is Small Business Month On Havana Street.   We are highlighting four businesses and sponsoring special drawings at each of the four businesses during March.

THE DRAWING:  Stop by Havana Street Tattoo from March 1 through March 30, 2018 to enter the drawing for a $100 Havana Street Tattoo gift card. No purchase is necessary to enter. The drawing will take place the afternoon of March 30 with the winner notified by phone

Havana Street Tattoo has been in business since 2006. Artist owned & operated, Havana Street Tattoo was built with clients comfort & safety in mind.   They pride themselves on providing a clean and sterile environment, offering a versatile range of custom tattoos in a variety of styles. Their goal is to deliver artwork that you will be proud to wear for a lifetime

Larry Foussat is the owner/operator of Havana Street Tattoo. He has been a tattoo artist for over 15 years. He has tattooed at the Sturgis Bike Rally annually for many years, and his favorite style is black and grey. Larry is back to work now after some hip surgery and after recovering from a bad motorcycle accident on his way back from Sturgis in the summer of 2015.

Gil Ledesma specializes in fancy lettering to difficult cover work. He is a former health care provider who, for the last 10 years, has been working full time in the body art industry. Specializing in soft black and grey, beautiful color, portraits, new school, traditional, Asian, elaborate lettering, rough edge masculine and soft feminine design work… your imagination is the only limit.  Gil’s portfolio:

Body art artists, Warren Erickson and Maria Pilarta-Wheat, have joined Havana Street Tattoo. Havana Street Tattoo was rated 2nd out of 10 in American Town Media’s “Ten best Tattoo Parlors in Colorado.”

Pimp Our Shop:   Pictured–Maria and Warren were busy painting a mural on the walls of the Havana Street Tattoo shop, which Maria called “Pimping the Shop.” The mural designs can also be inked in a smaller version as body art.