TATTOO & ART GALLERY
Pompano Beach, FL STUDIO
Award-Winning Tattoo Artist Frank LaNatra & his talented wife Christa LaNatra’s main location in South Florida. A beautiful studio with 8 chairs for resident and guest artists. Locals and visitors enjoy the unique studio and gallery space of this location.
Into the Woods Tattoo & Art Gallery
Welcome to “Into the Woods Tattoo & Art Gallery”, South Florida’s only 100% custom tattoo & fine art studio.
The “woods” is an ancient archetype used in fairy tales to symbolize the journey into our mind and soul for self-realization. There is much to encounter in the forest that relates to trials and lessons we face through-out our lives. As one chapter comes to an end, we are open to new beginnings with a renewed sense of wisdom. By journey’s end, our eyes are opened by these experiences and we come “out of the woods” as an enlightened version of ourselves.
These new experiences are what we are all about at “Into the Woods” high-end tattoo gallery. For our clients, we strive to show you all that is possible whether you are looking to acquire a painting, an illustration or tattoo. Our primary goal is to inform you on who we are as artists and why we do what we do.
Each artist specializes in different styles and we want to connect you with the person who is the best artist for the job. We are also sincere about keeping your artistic experience on a personal and private level, while in a clean and comfortable atmosphere.
The studio is owned & operated by international award-winning tattoo artist Frank LaNatra & his talented wife Christa LaNatra. Into the Woods Gallery was created with the intention of making the tattoo studio they always wished existed.
Come visit us and let the path be open to creation.
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Frequently Asked Questions
DO YOU ACCEPT WALK-IN CLIENTS?
Yes, when we have an artist available. Call when you’re ready to come in and we can let you know if we have openings!
The size and detail of your design determines if your tattoo can be done as a walk-in. Once you speak with an artist, they will let you know if your tattoo can be done that day. (The larger and more detailed the design, the earlier you should come in)
HOW DO I MAKE AN APPOINTMENT?
After you have consulted with an artist either in person or on a video call, a deposit (that goes toward your tattoo) is required to make an appointment. Once you leave a deposit, the artist will begin working on your design. Once you approve the design, you and the artist will set an appointment to begin the tattoo.
HOW DO I SET UP A CONSULTATION? IS THERE A FEE?
To set up a consultation, simply contact the studio via phone or email. Consultations are always free and can take 10-20 minutes. Bring any reference images you have(on your phone is fine) or email them to us so the artist can be prepared beforehand.
CAN I GET MY TATTOO DONE ON THE SAME DAY AS MY CONSULTATION?
It depends on the design & artist’s availability. If the artist is open that day and can get your design done in time, then yes. If it’s something the artist needs more time for or doesn’t have openings that day, then it will wait until the design is done and scheduled for a later date. Our artists put a lot of effort and time into your design as it’s the most important part of the tattoo process, so more time just means more detail!
HOW CAN I VIEW MY TATTOO DESIGN ONCE IT IS READY?
Once your design is ready, the artist will contact you. You’re welcome to come into the shop to see the design or the artist can schedule a video call with you to view the design.
We do not send designs through email or social media and you are not allowed to take photos of the design. This is to protect our artists and their time.
In person is the best way to view it and talk about it with your artist! It also allows us to show you the size and placement of your tattoo.
HOW MUCH IS A TATTOO?
Asking “how much is a tattoo?” is like asking “how much is a car or a bag of groceries?” The answer all depends on what you’re looking to get. The bigger and fancier your choice, the higher the cost will be. Remember the old rule, “good work isn’t cheap and cheap work isn’t good.” Always research your artist & studio before committing to getting a tattoo.
Large custom designs are done at an hourly rate. Depending on the artist, the rates range between $150-$200 an hour. The studio minimum is $100.
If your tattoo can be done in one day, the artist may choose to set a flat price. This is at the artists’ discretion and the flat price must be approved by management.
Be sure to check with the artist for their price/hourly rate before you leave a deposit. Feel free to discuss your budget with your artist so they can work with you and give you options. Be aware that some budgets are simply not possible (i.e. a full sleeve for $1000)
CAN I EMAIL OR CALL THE STUDIO FOR AN ESTIMATE ON A TATTOO?
Unfortunately not. All estimates must be given during a consultation either in person(preferable) or on a video call. Please be aware that time frames given are only estimates and can vary as there are many variables to work with such as how well you sit, your skin texture, changes made to the design, etc. If an artist quotes a flat price, then that is the total cost of the tattoo.
CAN I PAY FOR MY TATTOO WITH A CREDIT CARD?
Yes. Please be aware there is a 3% charge for all card types, no fee for cash.
WHY MUST I LEAVE A DEPOSIT?
The artist spends a great deal of free time researching and designing your tattoo. Without a deposit, the artist isn’t protected in case you never come back. The deposit is more than a down payment for your tattoo, it informs the artist that you are serious about working with them. The deposit is also collateral to hold your appointment. If you DO NOT SHOW UP or DO NOT give the required 72 hour notice of needing to cancel/reschedule, your deposit is taken to compensate for the work lost that day. The advanced notice allows the artist a chance to fill the cancellation. Not showing up causes both the artist AND studio to lose money.