About Us


Welcome to Lasting Dose Tattoo & Art Collective!!! Reno’s premier custom tattoo studio and home of the brand new, 600+ sq ft Lasting Dose art gallery. Established in 2015, we are located in Reno’s Midtown District. Surrounded by boutiques, breweries, local coffee shops and incredible eateries.  Lasting Dose Tattoo & Art Collective is dedicated to giving you the client, a professional, and happy tattoo experience.

With 7 full time artists on hand, all with varied styles, as well as some of the world’s best traveling guest artists, we have something for everyone! Whether you are a seasoned tattoo collector or a shy first timer, we hope that you enjoy your time at Lasting Dose Tattoo & Art Collective. We encourage you to go to the “Artist” page, and peruse the portfolios to find the artist that best suits your needs.

Thank you, and we hope to work with you soon!



  • Andrew Biddlecome


  • Justin Largent


  • Chris Arredondo


  • Mike Curatello


  • Jonnie Evil Edmonds


  • Tony Medellin



How do I book an appointment?

Appointments are booked through the individual artist. We recommend looking through the artist portfolios on our site, and find an artist you feel best suits your needs. You can then email that artist and take it from there! We also recommend you send a brief description of the tattoo you are looking to have done, as that makes the appointment process a lot easier.

Can you tattoo persons under 18 yrs of age?

Yes. A legal guardian must be present. We require photo I.D. for both guardian & minor, and a birth certificate (original. no copies please) that proves legal guardianship at the time of the tattoo procedure. Please note, it is up to the individual artists discretion if they will tattoo a minor. Not all artists in our studio tattoo persons under 18 years of age.

Can I use some kind of numbing cream?

We don’t necessarily feel the need to use any kind of numbing while getting tattooed. However, there are products on the market, directed towards tattooing and we suggest using said products at your own discretion.

Does it hurt?

Pain is relative to the individual person. Everyone has a different tolerance to pain. For the most part, yes they do hurt. Some have compared it to a “cat scratching feeling” or “burning sensation”. If it was unbearable, then millions of people wouldn’t keep returning for more.

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