3991 17th street, San Francisco, California (415)701-1970

About Haley Adams


Haley has dedicated her soul to tattooing since the age of 15. She started her apprenticeship at a shop based in IL. Owned her first shop in NC at the age of 19, she moved to AZ from NC and then to San Francisco CA to further feed her addiction of constantly developing her knowledge and skill in tattoos to the highest level. She has a wildly original style which includes realism and something far from; anything interesting, colorful, unique, and custom.

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About Genevieve Dupre

To book an appointment, please email her directly at tattoosbygd@gmail.com

Genevieve specializes in contemporary Polynesian style tattooing and blackwork, as well as floral and botanical illustration tattoos.

Her childhood in Tahiti sparked a passion for the rich cultural tradition of Polynesian tattoo. She apprenticed with a local tattooer in Huahine, French Polynesia, before moving to San Francisco to pursue a degree in fine art. She received a BFA in painting from San Francisco Art Institute in 2010.

Genevieve works freehand, drawing directly on her clients skin with markers to create a completely unique tattoo. Her extensive knowledge of Polynesian symbolism and understanding of human anatomy allow her to create pieces tailored to the wearer both physically and symbolically.

Though her style is rooted in traditional symbolism, she strives to create unique and contemporary tattoos that can be worn by anyone with an appreciation of Polynesian style. She also loves to do blackwork, etching, and scientific illustration style tattooing, as well as color florals. 

Please email her directly for an appointment. Be sure to include your name, tattoo idea including approximate size and body placement, and attach any reference images that help to clarify. 

Email: tattoosbygd@gmail.com

Website: www.huahinetattoo.com 


About Donny Newman

As long as I can remember I've been fascinated with art, in many different mediums. Growing up I sat for hours and tried to replicate my favorite comic book characters; I love the process of being imaginative and bringing ideas and thoughts to life through my artwork. I got my first professional tattoo when I turned 18 and I guess you can say I latched onto the world of tattooing at that point and desperately wanted to be a part of it...I started my tattooing career in Austin,TX and shortly after moved back home to California, where I have worked up and down the state. I feel blessed to now call San Francisco and Castro Tattoo my home. I love all styles of tattooing including Japanese, Black and Grey, Traditional Americana and Neo-Traditional color work and focus on very elemental imagery.


About Regina Push Estrada

My name is Regina "Push" Estrada. I adopted the nickname "Push" when I was 13yrs old and it's stuck with me ever since; constantly evolving, always pushing the limits, of myself and just about everything else.  

I was born an artist into a family full of architects, interior designers & fine art painters. The clean lines and perspective angles of architecture blue prints have fascinated me since I was a kid. I've tried to escape from what I am many times and always ended up with a pencil or brush in my hand. 

Learning to tattoo has been one of the hardest and most complicated things I’ve ever done. Every single day I’m having to grow artistically. There are always different scenarios and situations, but the challenge of it all keeps me attracted to this industry and art form. I take great pride in doing custom designs for my clients and love seeing their reactions when they see their thoughts on paper and skin. Constantly refining and polishing this craft keeps me busy and extremely motivated to climb to the next level. I'm honored and grateful that my clients trust me with their skin and allow me to continue to do this for a living. I hope you enjoy my work.