THE LEWIS FAMILY TATTOO COMPANY
OPEN 12-6 Tuesday-Saturday
Lewis Family Tattoo Company is nestled just above the Roncesvalles Village at 2235 Dundas St West in Toronto's west end and is owned and operated by Derek Lewis and his wife Christine.
LFTC is body and health conscious, therefore we only carry the highest quality pigments with certified vegan options, while adhering to strict guidelines and safety procedures. LFTC is a fully disposable studio which means we only use single-use tubes and needles.
We proudly display our green BodySafe Pass and licence from the City of Toronto Public Health.
Excelling in coverups and fix ups. With over 30 yrs of tattooing experience.
Derek is appointment only and his books are always open.
All bodies, all styles welcomed.
Savannah specialises in natural subject matter such as florals, animals, people, plants, bones etc. Her preferred style is illustrative realism, but she is also very comfortable with traditional realism and portraiture. Outside of tattooing, her interests include knitting, extinct things, dead people and dead people’s stuff.
Dom Keigher graduated from Etobicoke School of the Arts knowing he wanted to become a tattoo artist under an apprenticeship with Derek Lewis at Lewis Family Tattoo Company. Dom has been working alongside the other artists at LFTC and under Derek’s guidance for more than 4 years now. Having completed his apprenticeship, Dom has been tattooing clients for the last year, increasing his portfolio of work and bringing his own unique style of art to LFTC. His work is versatile and varies from fine line work script to blackwork to traditional to colourful - either custom or prepared flash pieces.
Julia has a versatile capability she's been honing since 2016. whether it's script, colour, or black and grey, Julia is your girl! She most enjoys pieces in her personal style; a mix between illustrative and neo traditional which often include witchy subjects such as botanicals, crystals, animals, and lady heads. Julia especially loves creating a special and comfortable experience for her clients. You'll be greeted by a pleasant, natural scent from one of her many soy wax candles and her proud display of crystals and tarot cards.
Alan (aka Sparki) started his apprenticeship with Derek back in 2017 at LFTC. After obtaining a background 3d Modeling and Photoshop, he developed an affinity for retro style Manga art as well as Japanese pop art after spending 6 years living in and around Tokyo. Shortly after returning to Toronto he began his pursuit into tattooing. Currently Alan seeks to blend his fondness for Manga art with the more contemporary stylings of modern, neo-traditional tattoos
Sam started her apprenticeship under the skillful guidance of Derek in 2019. Specializing in mandalas and blackwork, Sam's designs focus on dotwork shading, lines and symmetry. If you're looking for an artist to fulfill your fine line, geometric, dotwork dreams, Sam is your gal!
Although not an artist at our studio, Christine is our studio manager.
She's usually the one you speak with. Either over the phone or through our email. Christine keeps everything running smoothly.
Her attention to the small details keep us on track.
And she makes a mean cup of tea.
DUE TO COVID19 RESTRICTIONS WE ARE NOT PERMITTED TO TAKE WALK-INS AT THIS TIME
PLEASE MAKE AN APPOINTMENT FOR A SPECIFIC TIME WITH A SPECIFIC
ARTIST SO WE CAN KEEP EVERYONE SAFE AND HEALTHY
Tuesday - Saturday: 12 - 6pm