Getting a great tattoo is more than just finding an artist capable of achieving your vision, it’s about quality, experience and style and more so about finding a shop that is willing to explore all the options.

Fun House has been around since 1998 and while they are not the oldest they do offer a wide variety of artists with quality and experience to back it up.  My experiences with them have always been professional. Quite a few shops play the role of actually caring about your design; Fun House’s artists don’t play. They offer a unique array of skills from a variety of experienced artists.

“Our goal is to provide state of the art tattoos and body modifications to facilitate the personal expression and individual creativity of each of our clients.”

Whether you’re looking for Polynesian tattoos, Japanese Tattoo’s, Aztec Tattoo’s or you’re after something more traditional, Fun House’s artists can certainly take care of your needs. But don’t take my word for it, here’s what others had to say:

“Oh my God. Once you have a tattoo here, you’ll never be satisfied anywhere else. You will instantly notice how crappy everyone else’s tattoos look because these guys are amazing with their details. The place is super clean and fun to hang out at.” Jacob H.

“I heart Funhouse Tattoos!!! Everyone is so down to earth and extremely talented. Love going to their studio and everything is clean and organized…” Emmeline D.

“I just had a large custom back piece done here and couldn’t be more stoked about it!  Daniel Thompson worked with me to take my custom concept and create an awesome piece of artwork that I’ll treasure for life.” Seth D.

“Just had my tattoo done by Leo and it looks really really good! I highly recommend coming here if you are looking for someone who can work with Eastern style art.” Ashley W.

Further proof that Fun House is one of the top shops in the San Diego area, Antwan Applewhite of the San Diego Chargers had some work done back in 2010 which resulted in Kautmans work winning an award in the 2010 Body Art Expo Tattoo Convention in San Diego.

In addition FunHouse Tattoo was selected as a set design and prop consultants for the tattoo scene in the popular movie, “The Hangover two”. While this does not constitute anything defining their skills as artists it does show they have a reputation that far exceeds your everyday tattoo shops.

Funhouse, whether they are work with traditional tattoo style, Polynesian Tattoo’s, or Japanese Tattoo’s is certainly have a creative atmosphere that is evident from the moment you walk through the door. They are friendly, clean and professional tattoo artists with astounding appeal quality and rich history of happy and content clients from all over. They are one of the cleanest shops I have ever visited and their knowledgeable and experienced artists are proof of concept when it comes to defining quality tattoo art.