To be a nomadic tattoo artist would be quite an adventure, and S&R Ambassador Eva Huber is living that life right now. She recently closed her Alabama tattoo shop and is travelling the US and tattooing along the way. Her previous travels have taken her even further afield - Paris, Borneo, Vianden, Berlin, Dublin, New Zealand, Kuching, and beyond. This exposure to different cultures and experiences has impacted her work, which she describes as “playfully illustrative with a Neo-traditional influence.” She’s developed this style over 16 years of tattooing, and she keeps her creative juices flowing by dabbling in many different mediums, ranging from water color painting, photography, apparel design, wood carving, and painting custom leather jackets.
You might recognize Eva and her art as she’s been featured in a variety media, including Inked magazine, Tattoo magazine, Huffington Post, The Boston Globe, and season nine of the TV show Ink Master. If you’re not familiar with her work, check out a few of her pieces:
To see if Eva will be travelling near you any time soon, check out her Instagram, as she puts her upcoming locations in her bio. Thanks for joining the #apronfam Eva!