Blind Tiger Tattoo Co. re-opens with a street-level shop in The Village of West Greenville

After a fire, red tape, and opening another location in The Village above street level, Blind Tiger Tattoo Co. opens its doors to walk-ins and appointments.

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The name of the shop comes from the prohibition era. | Photo by GVLtoday

Have you been itching for new ink? Blind Tiger Tattoo Co. — The Village of West Greenville’s first tattoo shop — reopened its new street-level location on Saturday, Jan. 27.

If you’ve lived in Greenville for a while, you probably remember when local artist Joseph Bradley’s art studio was destroyed in a fire. What you might not know is Bradley planned to lease half of the space to the local tattoo shop.

After the fire, some red tape, and opening a “hidden” appointment-only location in The Village, Blind Tiger now has a shiny new street-front studio at 1282 Pendleton St., Ste. A.

Owner + artist Justin Walker, tells us he and the other artists are excited to offer walk-ins and take appointments.

If you get inked at Blind Tiger, be sure to tag us in your post.

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