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PRIVATE TATTOO STUDIO | NO WALK-INS

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Nu Plague Enterprises LLC was started up in 2017 initially as an urban streetwear clothing line, creating esoteric sublimation apparel. The brand grew  to operate as a tattoo studio in Bonita Springs, Florida. 

About our Company
 

Welcome to
the Nu Plague. 

TATTOOS BY APPOINTMENT ONLY.

SAME DAY TATTOOS? CALL FOR AVAILABILITY

On this website, you will find Nu Plague Tattoo Studio's most up to date recent tattoos and flash designs, as well as find all the information you need to get some ink, on our BOOK NOW / LOCATE US page. 

Purchase an exclusive, custom t-shirt from one of limited collections directly from our TeeSpring online store. [Shop Apparel]

You can expect art in all mediums coming from Nu Plague! We are actively working on new art and tattoo designs, a podcast, community events, a philosophical blog, a YouTube channel, and more. 

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Ready to Book?

PLEASE READ BEFORE BOOKING!

We are a small, private studio with one artist and one manager. Therefore, we do not take conventional walk-ins, and tattoos are done on an APPOINTMENT ONLY or "same-day" basis.

To book an appointment:

• Use our quick and simple online appointment booking portal: SimplyBook.me OR

• Call or Text (239) 666 - 5036 with your tattoo ideas, relevant pictures, location(s) desired, and approximate sizes. Be ready to pick a date and time. OR

• DM us on any social media to coordinate a time.

For same day tattoos: IMPORTANT

• CALL (239) 666 - 5036 to confirm our availability and make sure that we have space.

• MUST provide the studio with at least 1-2 hours of notice in advance before you try to come in. Please, do not walk in without confirming with the studio.

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