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- by ladynegativity on 02/12/2008
Everyone is Friendly, There work is awesome, The place is kept clean,they have a wonderful bathroom,You can always find a place to park (for free). Im going to keep coming back here for all my tattoo needs.
- by MikeDog650 on 02/01/2008
This place is the best!!! All of the artists are friendly and do great work! Look no further, this is the place to go for tattoos. There are no limits to what these guys are capable of.
- by insaneclownposseguy on 09/05/2007
This is not your typical tattoo shop. All 3 artists (Jason, Kevin, and Nick) do top notch work, are courteous and respectful, and the shop is clean. I would recommend Godspeed to anyone who is looking to get a tattoo. I have work from all 3 artists and I love my tattoos. The shop is very well decorated with artwork and lots of interesting things everywhere. Go to Godspeed!!
- by cheese1 on 08/17/2007
Kevin is great! I got to him after I had an appointment at some shop in san bruno who flaked after looking forward to it for 2 weeks. I looked in the yellow pages that night and called and he told me to come on in. Great guy, no vibe at all and great work! I've got alot of tatts and besides Carl Haynes who moved away, Kevin is now my artist. All you gotta do is go in his shop and find out 4 yourself.GODSPEED!
- by uizsohott on 02/27/2007
1st of i have not gotten a tattoo there because ...my best friend and my cousin both got tattoos there and they both stated that godspeed did mediocre work. They didnt strive to be the best and they did quick work, They did'nt go above and beyond to stamp there work on both there tattoos. I mean come on your a walking billboard for them and if u don't do the best job then your not the best place. Thats why i feel for the past reviews and thats why im writing a review now. Jason you must be lame for not taking the time to really help and show your artistic skills on the picture plus oh well who cares who he/she was with because thats a part of working for a business deal with it. and about my best friend she got a tattoo there and she is not thrilled about it and you helped her. i only heard good things about kevin and you should'nt be coming on here and bashing him about his spelling it just shows how unprofessinal you really are. good luck advancing!!
- by x4_chinadsoll on 02/27/2007
In reading the comments below i defend him...because it seems the tattoo artist did not help him after the fact he showcased he did not care for the design. so in all honesty he could have just simply refused to do the tattoo and not be an a**hole about it or redrew it and be more creative and touched up the drawing. but it seems he did not care about it. so in my mind he does not care about his job and the growth of himself and the challenge to advance and turn a simple tattoo into an excellente peice of art.
- by xjessx7x on 02/23/2007
First of all, Jason is an amazing artist, and person. Secondly, anyone who knows ANYTHING about tattoo artists can tell you that if they believe something is not going to look good, it's just NOT... if they end up disagreeing with a design that you keep insisting on, odds are that they will just opt not do the tattoo. Why would he want to produce a PERMANENT piece of artwork on you, when he knew that it was just going to turn out badly? Tattoo artists have the freedom to make that choice. You should've trusted in that mentality, and appreciated it, because the world is full of people who willingly pass off subpar work without any integrity period. Did you seriously even think to yourself for even a second, that maybe he just might know what he was talking about? Tattoo artists are masters of their craft. It is what they do. If you can't accept that, you obviously aren't ready for a tattoo.
- by chowcbowmonster on 02/23/2007
I have a few things to say in response to Mr. Mikem82's bad review of Godspeed Tattoo.\r \r First off, I know all of the artists at Godspeed. Not only are they very sincere and willing artists, but they are incredibly talented and understanding people inside and outside of work. I have known them for quite a few years now, during which time I have seen their work only get better and better (if that's even possible).\r Seeing as how the majority of each of their bodies is covered in tattoos, I think that the artists at Godspeed can empathize with a customer's concerns about having something permanently etched into his/her body.\r \r Mr. Mikem82, did you come prepared with a picture of what you wanted? Were you clear in your description of how you wanted the artist to draw it out? Tattoo artists may draw out pictures for a living, but they certainly cannot read your mind. They are not superhuman. Therefore, if you are not clear about exactly what you want, you probably won't get it because each person on the face of this planet sees and understands colors, images, art, shapes, etc. in a different way.\r \r Moreover, you need to understand that every tattoo an artist does is a representation of their talent and abilities. In a way, it is like a permanent advertisement. As someone who has my fair share of body modifications, I can tell you that this type of business is all about word of mouth. If an artist doesn't think a particular picture will look good as a tattoo, it is most likely that s/he won't agree to do it because his/her name will be on that person's tattoo forever. See? The permanence of a tattoo goes both ways.\r \r Whether ""JASON"" was at work or not, he has the right as a human being to stand up for himself if someone is being thoughtless or disrespectful.\r \r Godspeed rules.
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