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8937 N. Lombard Street, PDX

Wed-Sun: 12-7pm (winter hours)

Our artists are top-notch, and we frequently host guest artists from around the world. Whether you're a first timer or experienced collector, EVERYONE IS WELCOME. We are known for our professionalism and dedication to providing a comfortable and positive atmosphere. We look forward to working with you!


Jessi Preston

owns the shop and co-owns Two Horses in Montreal. She specializes in traditional tattoos, class acts, and other uncomfortable situations.

Max Estes

grew up doing graffiti and that turned into painting on canvas, which led to tattooing. He is always searching for inspiration and thinks outside of the box when it comes to helping create your vision.

Damn Zippy

I'm Olive. I'm based in Portland, Oregon. Hit me with an email to get tattooed by me. Simple as that. We can work it out.

Tyler Eilbeck tattoo artist at Lombard Street Tattoo in St. Johns, Portland, Oregon

Tyler Eilbeck

A cordial creature from Colorado, Tyler specializes in Japanese style, abstract, and traditional tattooing. He has a fondness for ero guro, ukiyo-e, the verdant realm, fungi, erotica, surrealism, fantasy, symbolism and mysticism, to name a few. He enjoys the creative potential in all ideas brought to him and likes to explore concepts with his clients.

Emily Joy tattooer at Lombard Street Tattoo in St. Johns, Portland, Oregon

Emily Joy

is an Oregon native with an admiration for everything fun, bold, bright, and colorful. When she’s not tattooing she’s probably scouting the city for vegan grub, getting lost in a museum, or booking a flight to somewhere new to explore.

Ona Greenberg tattooer at Lombard Street Tattoo in St. Johns, Portland, Oregon

Ona Greenberg

is a Portland native that has always created, initially mostly in oil painting and comics. This lends to her love of creating tattoos that are bold in humor, emotion and character; in both black & grey and color. Ona likes to add a surrealist aspect to traditional style tattoos to create something unique for its wearer.

Rebecca Cameron tattoo artist at Lombard Street Tattoo in St. Johns Portland Oregon

Rebecca Cameron

is a classically trained painter who added tattooing to her bag of tricks in 2015. She specializes in fine-line black and grey tattoos, but is always up for something new. She's sort of tall, with hair, and wears t-shirts sometimes.





We are cash only. The shop minimum is $140.

When you schedule an appointment, we will estimate the price of your tattoo. The final price will dependend on the size and placement. To give you an estimate of our pricing: our minimum is $100, palm-sized tattoos are around $250, and full hand will be around $400. Much larger pieces will be priced by the hour.


You can call the shop or book in person. We require a minimum deposit of $100. The deposit is non-refundable, but goes toward the cost of the tattoo when you get it.


To cancel an appointment, we require 48 hours notice or the deposit will be forfeited.


We are a custom tattoo shop. If you can think it, we can do it. But if it’s a bad idea for a tattoo we will tell you and try to guide you towards a more successful design. Don’t be afraid to ask questions or bring in references! We love that you put thought and energy into your tattoo idea.


  • Leave the bandage undisturbed for at least 3 hours.
  • Remove the bandage and wash your tattoo with warm water and unscented soap. We recommend Dove or something antibacterial. After every wash, allow your tattoo to air dry or gently pat it dry with a clean towel.
  • Wash your new tattoo twice a day for 2 days. Then once daily, until it is completely healed.
  • Wash your new tattoo twice a day for 2 days. Then once daily, until it is completely healed.
  • Begin applying an unscented lotion to the tattoo 2-3 days after your receive the tattoo when it begins to dry. We recommend Aveeno for babies or something similar. No ointments are necessary.
  • Don’t pick at it or try any clever home remedies. It is a wound. Just let it heal.
  • Your tattoo will itch when it is in the final stages of healing. Do not scratch it. You can cause scarring by scratching your new tattoo. Lotion helps with itching.
  • NO beach. NO jacuzzi. NO swimming pool. NO sunbathing. NO mud wrestling. JUST NO! …until the tattoo is fully healed.