Jesse Flores, tattoo artist interview in Milwaukee Journal/Sentinel Aug 22, 2011

  Jessie Flores give Carrie Heebsh her first tattoo tattoo-artist-jessie-flores-in-action Jesse Flores, 37, has been tattooing for about 15 years, and has spent his last 13 at Body Ritual, at 1459 N. Farwell Ave. He got his first tattoo when he was 15, and settled into professional tattooing in the late '90s. Most tattoo shops offer piercing services as well and some artists do both, although Flores prefers to stick with tattooing. Q. How did you get into tattooing? A. "My uncles had already been doing tattoos, so I've kind of always been around it, from family and stuff like that. I picked up on it a little bit as a teenager, just messing around with it. But I didn't get into the tattoo business until probably the late '90s at a tattoo shop on the south side, when it first became legal around here. That's when I actually began tattooing professionally in a tattoo shop." Q. You have to be 18 to get a tattoo, right? A. "Yes, you have to be 18. No question about it. We've gotten people here who bring their parents, and their parents want to sign and they're like 16 or 17, and we're like, 'No. They have to be 18, no matter what.' " Q. Explain what the licensing process is like. A. "Each individual artist actually needs to have their own license. That's something we apply for yearly. It's a one-time yearly fee. "The shop has its own license saying the health department has come through and everything's up to code. They do an inspection of our rooms but they also do one of the shop. As far as the rooms go, we're in charge of the room. Anything that's inside of our rooms, we're in charge of cleaning, sanitizing, all that stuff." Q. When is your busiest time of year and why? A. "Tax returns. Definitely tax returns. At the end of January, we start to pick up on business. February, we are fully blown on business." The busy season generally will last into the summer and die down toward the end of the summer. Q. How does one get into tattooing? A. "The best way to go about it is to get an apprenticeship. Look for a shop that's willing to train you. If somebody does accept you, look at the person that's actually training you. See what kind of experience they have, how many years they've been into it. Look at their portfolio and see if that's the person that you want to get trained by. "It's a grueling process. There's not many people that stick it out because you do a lot of work and you're not getting paid for it. Usually, it's a year to two years before you even pick up a machine to actually do a tattoo on someone."

  • Compensation: According to Simply Hired, the average yearly income for tattoo artists in 2011 is around $32,000. The average salary for studio owners is $33,129 to $56,500, according to PayScale.com. In Wisconsin, artists and related workers earned an average of $36,386 a year in 2009. Entry-level workers made an average of $23,711, while experienced artists averaged $42,725, according to the Department of Workforce Development.
  • To get in: Getting into the tattoo industry can be expensive. You need to train in art and design, you will usually have to pay for your tattoo apprenticeship and buying all the equipment you need to start will amount to a large sum of money, according to Tattoo Training Information.
  • Outlook: The state Department of Workforce Development estimates an average of 10 openings a year for artists and related workers between 2008 and 2018.
60 Responses to Jesse Flores, tattoo artist interview in Milwaukee Journal/Sentinel Aug 22, 2011
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Jesse Flores, tattoo artist interview in Milwaukee Journal/Sentinel Aug 22, 2011

  Jessie Flores give Carrie Heebsh her first tattoo tattoo-artist-jessie-flores-in-action Jesse Flores, 37, has been tattooing for about 15 years, and has spent his last 13 at Body Ritual, at 1459 N. Farwell Ave. He got his first tattoo when he was 15, and settled into professional tattooing in the late '90s. Most tattoo shops offer piercing services as well and some artists do both, although Flores prefers to stick with tattooing. Q. How did you get into tattooing? A. "My uncles had already been doing tattoos, so I've kind of always been around it, from family and stuff like that. I picked up on it a little bit as a teenager, just messing around with it. But I didn't get into the tattoo business until probably the late '90s at a tattoo shop on the south side, when it first became legal around here. That's when I actually began tattooing professionally in a tattoo shop." Q. You have to be 18 to get a tattoo, right? A. "Yes, you have to be 18. No question about it. We've gotten people here who bring their parents, and their parents want to sign and they're like 16 or 17, and we're like, 'No. They have to be 18, no matter what.' " Q. Explain what the licensing process is like. A. "Each individual artist actually needs to have their own license. That's something we apply for yearly. It's a one-time yearly fee. "The shop has its own license saying the health department has come through and everything's up to code. They do an inspection of our rooms but they also do one of the shop. As far as the rooms go, we're in charge of the room. Anything that's inside of our rooms, we're in charge of cleaning, sanitizing, all that stuff." Q. When is your busiest time of year and why? A. "Tax returns. Definitely tax returns. At the end of January, we start to pick up on business. February, we are fully blown on business." The busy season generally will last into the summer and die down toward the end of the summer. Q. How does one get into tattooing? A. "The best way to go about it is to get an apprenticeship. Look for a shop that's willing to train you. If somebody does accept you, look at the person that's actually training you. See what kind of experience they have, how many years they've been into it. Look at their portfolio and see if that's the person that you want to get trained by. "It's a grueling process. There's not many people that stick it out because you do a lot of work and you're not getting paid for it. Usually, it's a year to two years before you even pick up a machine to actually do a tattoo on someone."

  • Compensation: According to Simply Hired, the average yearly income for tattoo artists in 2011 is around $32,000. The average salary for studio owners is $33,129 to $56,500, according to PayScale.com. In Wisconsin, artists and related workers earned an average of $36,386 a year in 2009. Entry-level workers made an average of $23,711, while experienced artists averaged $42,725, according to the Department of Workforce Development.
  • To get in: Getting into the tattoo industry can be expensive. You need to train in art and design, you will usually have to pay for your tattoo apprenticeship and buying all the equipment you need to start will amount to a large sum of money, according to Tattoo Training Information.
  • Outlook: The state Department of Workforce Development estimates an average of 10 openings a year for artists and related workers between 2008 and 2018.
60 Responses to Jesse Flores, tattoo artist interview in Milwaukee Journal/Sentinel Aug 22, 2011
  1. Youre so cool! I dont suppose I’ve read anything like this before. So nice to find somebody with some original thoughts on this subject. Really thank you for starting this up. This website is something that is needed on the web, someone with a little originality. Useful job for bringing something new to the internet!

  2. I’d have to check with you here. Which is not something I usually do! I enjoy reading a post that will make people think. Also, thanks for allowing me to comment!

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    • im sure you cant tattoo over it with a nude color, its black. and idk about the racems. from what i have heard about lazer removal is that black is one of the easiest colors to remove, its pricey, and will take a period of time think monthssss. be weary of racems, because idk what kind of scarring you could end up with. i have seen too many horror stories about women trying “at home” plastic surgery, and skin lightening, so be careful, and i really don think that the racems work, my friend spent lots of money on those, and it didnt work. If you really want it gone then id say do the lazer, but its more painful then the tat, and much more expensive.

  10. There’s a terrific amount of knowledge in this article!

  11. We are a group of volunteers and starting a brand new scheme in our community. Your site offered us with useful info to paintings on. You have performed an impressive process and our whole neighborhood will likely be grateful to you.

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    • Depending on where in the country you eisrde the laws are different everywhere. For instance, I learned how to tattoo in Maryland, where the minimum age is 16 with parental consent. In Georgia, it is the same, in Texas, it is 17. Some other places, such as Oklahoma, it will be much tougher since they just got tattooing legalized there within the past few years. Doesn’t really matter where you go, the median age is about the same everywhere.However If you would like to get tattooed, go to someone with some experience. Chances are that this friend of yours is still working out of her kitchen, which is great since everyone needs to learn somewhere; hell, I worked off of my kitchen table for years.From that experience, I can tell you a few things.One, the laws governing tattooing vary wildly from state to state. What may go unnoticed in one state may be a jailable offense elsewhere. Once you get that tattoo put on, you can’t take it off, and it’s really, really hard to prove who did it without paperwork.Two, if you decide to take your chances having an inexperienced *artist* work on you, that’s all you. Putting a design on skin is NOT like putting a design on paper or any other medium you can think of. Paper and canvas and board don’t jump, squirm, or complain that what you’re doing hurts.Three, if you absolutely have got to have this ink done, have your friend terrorize a whole bag of grapefruits before sitting down to do your tattoo. Grapefruits and oranges are the closest thing to skin other than a practice skin to work on, and that way she can get a feel for what she’s about to do. Much like skin, if you screw up on a fruit, it’s permanant also.So, is it illegal to tattoo a minor without profit? No, absolutely not. Is it illegal to tattoo a minor without parental consent? Absolutely.The laws governing tattooing are somewhat lax when it comes to doing it out of the home, or other than a shop, and one takes their chances when they do this. I myself have tattooed in and out of shops for the last 15 years, and the only time I do a minor is if either A) Mom or Dad sits in on it and is well aware of the piece being done, or B) They sign a release.

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    • Inkslayer (i think) got it just about dead on. I work out of a shop in California and it is ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT QUESTION illegal to tottao a minor in my state, county and city.Your friend WANTS to be a tottao artist or IS a tottao artist? How many people has she worked on? Whats the quality of her equipment? how does she sterilize her equipment? Does she sterilize her equipment? Where does she get her supplies? Needles? Tubes?Hey, you know what, go for it. I was a kitchen magician for a few years before I landed a really good shop. The difference, ive been drawing and practicting and painting ive been an artist almost my entire life, most people just think they can pick it up and tottao oh how wrong they are when they get knocked out from doing a crappy tottao.Best advice I can give, wait until you are 18. Stop trying to be like your gutter punk emo friends and stop idolizing the garbage ass bands or crappy gangster rap people. Pay a professional. Think about what you want long and f*&^$’n hard about what you want on your body permanently.But hey, stupid people will do what stupid people do. However, people like you and your friend are the reason I’m not considered by many to be a professional artist in the eyes of ALL society, as all tottao ARTISTS should be.. Also, you kids keep my pockets laced and my portfolio pictures full of GREAT cover-ups.So go for it. What happens in her kitchen stays in her kitchen, unless you end up in high school with Hep C man, that would totally kill prom night wouldnt it? Have fun dying from liver complications when your 30 you really want that tottao, right?

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