Sticks and Stones may break your bones but tattoos will never leave you. The newest tattoo parlor Sticks and Stones is now open poolside at Hooters Casino Hotel. Featuring popular artists with many diverse tattoo styles, Sticks and Stones can accommodate anyone no matter how mild or wild their tattoo taste may be. Operated by a highly respectable crew of artists, Sticks and Stones is the parlor of choice by many local and national celebrities.
Meet the team:
Big E has been tattooing for more than 20 years. Any style, from mild to wild.
Erin is originally from Las Vegas, and has worked in the body arts industry since 2004. Erin completed her tattooing apprenticeship in Tennessee and moved to Florida where she underwent training to become a professional body piercer. Since her training, she has spent time traveling the southeast working with some of the area’s most talented artists and piercers. Erin moved back to Las Vegas from Cape Fear, NC and is looking forward to working on the home front.
Eddie was born in California but has been in Las Vegas for 16 years. “In the 16 years living in Vegas I’ve met the artist and friends that inspired me to do art and become a tattoo artist.” He apprenticed under Twig Sparks who thought him how to be an accomplished and well rounded artist who is able to meet and exceed any clients expectations.
Lisa was born and raised in Las Vegas NV. She had some professional art training from college, she apprenticed under a couple tattoo artist, including Juan Carlos Guerra, and Antonio Aguilar. She just enjoys being a well rounded artist able to accomplish many styles to meet her customers needs.
Scott Mercer is part owner and artist at Sticks and Stones Tattoo Company. Scott has been interested in art since an early age and has a passion for many different types of art. Scott started his professional career as an artist working for five years on the Las Vegas strip creating and selling original paintings done with spray paint and basic materials.
Scott then transferred his artistic talent from spray paint to a Tattoo Machine. He has a diverse style of Tattooing and is constantly striving to improve his art and Tattooing. You can find Scott working at Sticks and Stones, usually at night, either Tattooing or working at the front counter to make sure your experience at S & S is a great one!
Landis Bahe was born on August 2, 1978 in Tuba City, Arizona. His maternal clan originates from Hard Rock, Arizona. It was while living in Las Vegas, Nevada that many of Bahe’s award-winning paintings were created and inspired. Majority of his art has to do with the ethereal beauty, mysticality and spirituality of the Navajo culture. The style of Bahe encompasses usage of brilliant colors, vibrant emotions and a theatrical utility of chiaroscuro.
Hours of Operation:
7 Days a Week
Sunday – Thursday 10am – 2am
Friday – Saturday 10am – Midnight
Book your appointment by calling 702-597-6092. Walk-Ins Welcome!
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