Phil Szlosek began his tattoo career in South Florida in 2007. Starting out alongside Frank Lee, Scott Milyonovich and Vince Moisdon, he eventually found a home at one of the most respected tattoo shops on Earth, Inksmith & Rogers in Jacksonville, FL. Gaining experience and tutelage from tattoo legends Mike Wilson and Angelo Miller. Phil spent his years there refining his traditional tattoo style and eventually wanted to expand his horizons, moving to New York in 2012 to join the ranks of the crew at Kings Avenue NYC, where he had the opportunity to further expand his skills and refine his style into a more unique and sophisticated one.
Throughout his career, Phil has had the opportunity to travel and work throughout the US and Europe. His time tattooing in England, Scotland, Italy, and the Netherlands has given him life experience which shaped his artistic growth as well as his character. His illustrative abilities are highly advanced and his style is versatile and refined.
In 2019, he co-founded Fountainhead alongside long-time friend Matt Beckerich. Thus, giving him the opportunity to further expand his already diverse style of black and grey, realism, and traditional American tattooing.
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Justin Morcillo began his tattoo career in Amityville NY circa 2011, apprenticing under Mike Nomikos at South Shore Tattoo. Over the past 7 years he established his presence as a full time tattoo artist fully capable to take on any task. His passion for the craft grew as he sought to travel across not just the country but the world, tattooing from Portland Oregon to Edinburgh Scotland doing conventions and guest spots among some of the greatest studios in the world.
Eager to further establish his style and quench his thirst for knowledge, he sought to work alongside 30 year tattooing legend Erik Desmond at Loyalty tattoo. Here he honed his technique and history on traditional Americana and Japanese style tattooing. His journey now continues here in the heart of Huntington at Fountainhead.
Justin is known for American Traditional, New School Illustrative, Traditional Japanese, Black and Grey, Tribal, and Black Work.
JORDAN MOORE (GUEST ARTIST)
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