I am David I. Herman, "Doz" - Doz is just a nickname, we all need one.
I am so glad you have found me!
I’m from Michigan but have lived in Washington for 16.5 years now and I love it. I’ve really connected to the Olympia community; the gradual success of my shop is in no small part due to the help of friends and acquaintances I met here in the State of Washington. It is a dream being realized for me. I love being an artist. I also love the outdoors and take advantage of every minute I can to enjoy the beauty. As people in Washington and Michigan know—nature rules!
I wish I had a staff of people to assist me, but since I don't, please be patient. I try to spend quality time outdoors and take advantage of every minute I can get out there.
Everything is as expected - sterilized, single use , and UV sterilized also.
I have tattooed thousands of clients over the years from all over the State of Washington.
One artist doing one tattoo at a time.
"Get inked by someone who cares!"
Private one to one consultations and dreams realized. Besides ink is fun!, socializing is fun. I wish you all the best!
Below are digital artworks created by me and featured as backgrounds on the website pages. If you click a digital painting - it will enlarge and you can flip through them at your leisure. Let me take you into my tattoo world! Click the named pages on the menu bar above and below the website pages to see my portfolio of tattoos, a variety of style, cover ups, where on body, reviews and more.
Doz (that is my artist name) - at your service.
I even had a visitor that gave some seasoned editing advice.
I have worked some edits into the text to receive the sincere gift to improve communication.
Please feel free to point out errors you find in grammar, typos, or text, and I will respond with a fix.
It is consolidated a bit more now and faster since I eliminated a large header transferring to every page, great suggestion!
This was something I saved as I crafted the full color Puma to be seen in the realistic digital piece also in this series.
Throw back to the '70s.
I am in the process of writing a science ficton book. I am about 123 pages into the novel now. This is an early depiction of a very central character, that is all I can reveal now!