Helen Brown Paintings

Here are some of Helen’s paintings She has for sale in the studio at the moment …

Gypsy, moon and swallow, Original painting in a gold frame .

An absolute steal at £90. Frame measurements are 23.5 x 19.5 inches

Looks so nice with the gold paint and frame….

Yellow framed rose.

Original painting of a gold lined rose and buds with a punchy yellow frame…£40

Frame measures 12 x 10 inches

Ornamental lady .

Brown and gold earthy decorative lady in a Matt black frame… lovely.

Original painting £40

Frame measures 9.5 x 7.5 inches

Pop in to buy one!

Tiger and Dragon

Paul’s thigh tattoos.

Paul decided on a tiger and dragon for his thigh tattoos, yin and yang , a perfect pair! The tiger represents wind and the dragon is water . Both sides paired with ‘momiji’ which is the Japanese name for maple leaves.

Maple leaves were chosen to balance with the chrysanthemums on his upper arms ,which are hardy autumn flowers.

Tattoos by Rich Pearson

Gung Ho! Tattoo, Moseley, Birmingham

Japanese style Tattoos in Birmingham .

Walk in Tattoo

We do walk ins if one of the artists has the space, we like to be booked but sometimes there’s a space between appointments that allows for a walk in tattoo.

To check if there’s space to do a walk in ,rather than pre booking just call the studio on 0121 442 6121 or you can of course just walk in…

Here’s a walk in tattoo by Rich Pearson, a butterfly and cherry blossoms in black and grey.

Walk in tattoos at Gung Ho! Tattoo

Moseley, Birmingham

Sacred Heart

Beautiful sacred heart painting by Lewis Davies.

Gung Ho! Tattoo

Tattoo shop Birmingham

Traditional Native American Tattoo

Helen Brown has a strong reputation for her black and grey tattooing particularly lady faces. She also loves to tattoo traditional style imagery.

Here is a Native American girl with decorative flowers. Get in touch with Helen if you’d like a traditional tattoo!

Traditional Tattoo by Helen Brown
GUNG HO! Tattoo, Birmingham

Japanese Koi and Chrysanthemums

Koi – The Japanese began breeding them for their aesthetic appeal in the mid 1800s. They are recognized as symbols of perseverance and endurance, as well as strength and individualism. Koi swimming upstream can symbolise perseverance, legend has it that if the Koi climbed upstream and through the Dragon Gate it would become a Dragon. Koi swimming downstream can symbolise overcoming obstacles.

A mix of swimming up and downstream can make a super sleeve!

Here is a Koi on an inner arm with small flat style Chrysanthemums, a decorative single point Koi tattoo with just a few splashes and also covering up some unwanted writing!

Originally introduced from China, the Chrysanthemum flower came with a legend about longevity, the story of a town whose residents all lived to over 100 years old, where the water came from a mountain spring surrounded by Chrysanthemums.

The Chrysanthemum has a lengthy autumn bloom season and has medicinal properties.

Japanese Style Tattoo by Rich Pearson
GUNG HO! Tattoo, Birmingham

Traditional Snake Tattoo

Nice snake ripper by Lewis Davies.

Snake head ripping out the skin, a staple classic for many years, black and grey, classic 3 colour or wild and out there!

Traditional Tattoo by Lewis Davies
GUNG HO! Tattoo, Birmingham

Liver Bird

Tattooed by Paul Sims, for a dedicated fan. Paul has made this liver bird come to life and a nice change from the standard flat badge!

Tattoo by Paul Sims
GUNG HO! Tattoo, Birmingham

Hannya Mask Tattoo

Paul went for a large hannya mask and cherry blossoms to fit on his side.

A popular theme in Japanese tattooing, the hannya mask is used in Noh theatre, representing a jealous female demon.

 

Below is a close up of Paul’s arm depicting a Daruma doll…

A Daruma doll is a hollow, round, Japanese traditional doll modelled after Bodhidharma, the founder of the Zen tradition of Buddhism.

Darumas are still usually made of papier-mâché, have a round shape, are hollow and weighted at the bottom so that they will always return to an upright position.

The eyes of Daruma are usually blank when sold. The recipient of the doll fills in one eye upon setting a goal or wish then the other upon fulfilling it.

 

Japanese Tattoo by Rich Pearson
GUNG HO! Tattoo Studio, Birmingham

Japanese Style Sleeve Tattoo

Full Japanese style sleeve using peonies, rocks and water.

Lee wanted to cover up an old tattoo on his arm, we used rocks and a section of the peony for the tattoo cover up.

Japanese Tattoo by Rich Pearson
GUNG HO! Tattoo Studio, Birmingham

 

Helen Brown Paintings

Here are some of Helen’s paintings She has for sale in the studio at the moment …

Gypsy, moon and swallow, Original painting in a gold frame .

An absolute steal at £90. Frame measurements are 23.5 x 19.5 inches

Looks so nice with the gold paint and frame….

Yellow framed rose.

Original painting of a gold lined rose and buds with a punchy yellow frame…£40

Frame measures 12 x 10 inches

Ornamental lady .

Brown and gold earthy decorative lady in a Matt black frame… lovely.

Original painting £40

Frame measures 9.5 x 7.5 inches

Pop in to buy one!

Tiger and Dragon

Paul’s thigh tattoos.

Paul decided on a tiger and dragon for his thigh tattoos, yin and yang , a perfect pair! The tiger represents wind and the dragon is water . Both sides paired with ‘momiji’ which is the Japanese name for maple leaves.

Maple leaves were chosen to balance with the chrysanthemums on his upper arms ,which are hardy autumn flowers.

Tattoos by Rich Pearson

Gung Ho! Tattoo, Moseley, Birmingham

Japanese style Tattoos in Birmingham .

Walk in Tattoo

We do walk ins if one of the artists has the space, we like to be booked but sometimes there’s a space between appointments that allows for a walk in tattoo.

To check if there’s space to do a walk in ,rather than pre booking just call the studio on 0121 442 6121 or you can of course just walk in…

Here’s a walk in tattoo by Rich Pearson, a butterfly and cherry blossoms in black and grey.

Walk in tattoos at Gung Ho! Tattoo

Moseley, Birmingham

Sacred Heart

Beautiful sacred heart painting by Lewis Davies.

Gung Ho! Tattoo

Tattoo shop Birmingham

Traditional Native American Tattoo

Helen Brown has a strong reputation for her black and grey tattooing particularly lady faces. She also loves to tattoo traditional style imagery.

Here is a Native American girl with decorative flowers. Get in touch with Helen if you’d like a traditional tattoo!

Traditional Tattoo by Helen Brown
GUNG HO! Tattoo, Birmingham

Japanese Koi and Chrysanthemums

Koi – The Japanese began breeding them for their aesthetic appeal in the mid 1800s. They are recognized as symbols of perseverance and endurance, as well as strength and individualism. Koi swimming upstream can symbolise perseverance, legend has it that if the Koi climbed upstream and through the Dragon Gate it would become a Dragon. Koi swimming downstream can symbolise overcoming obstacles.

A mix of swimming up and downstream can make a super sleeve!

Here is a Koi on an inner arm with small flat style Chrysanthemums, a decorative single point Koi tattoo with just a few splashes and also covering up some unwanted writing!

Originally introduced from China, the Chrysanthemum flower came with a legend about longevity, the story of a town whose residents all lived to over 100 years old, where the water came from a mountain spring surrounded by Chrysanthemums.

The Chrysanthemum has a lengthy autumn bloom season and has medicinal properties.

Japanese Style Tattoo by Rich Pearson
GUNG HO! Tattoo, Birmingham

Traditional Snake Tattoo

Nice snake ripper by Lewis Davies.

Snake head ripping out the skin, a staple classic for many years, black and grey, classic 3 colour or wild and out there!

Traditional Tattoo by Lewis Davies
GUNG HO! Tattoo, Birmingham

Liver Bird

Tattooed by Paul Sims, for a dedicated fan. Paul has made this liver bird come to life and a nice change from the standard flat badge!

Tattoo by Paul Sims
GUNG HO! Tattoo, Birmingham

Hannya Mask Tattoo

Paul went for a large hannya mask and cherry blossoms to fit on his side.

A popular theme in Japanese tattooing, the hannya mask is used in Noh theatre, representing a jealous female demon.

 

Below is a close up of Paul’s arm depicting a Daruma doll…

A Daruma doll is a hollow, round, Japanese traditional doll modelled after Bodhidharma, the founder of the Zen tradition of Buddhism.

Darumas are still usually made of papier-mâché, have a round shape, are hollow and weighted at the bottom so that they will always return to an upright position.

The eyes of Daruma are usually blank when sold. The recipient of the doll fills in one eye upon setting a goal or wish then the other upon fulfilling it.

 

Japanese Tattoo by Rich Pearson
GUNG HO! Tattoo Studio, Birmingham

Japanese Style Sleeve Tattoo

Full Japanese style sleeve using peonies, rocks and water.

Lee wanted to cover up an old tattoo on his arm, we used rocks and a section of the peony for the tattoo cover up.

Japanese Tattoo by Rich Pearson
GUNG HO! Tattoo Studio, Birmingham

 

Helen Brown Paintings

Here are some of Helen’s paintings She has for sale in the studio at the moment …

Gypsy, moon and swallow, Original painting in a gold frame .

An absolute steal at £90. Frame measurements are 23.5 x 19.5 inches

Looks so nice with the gold paint and frame….

Yellow framed rose.

Original painting of a gold lined rose and buds with a punchy yellow frame…£40

Frame measures 12 x 10 inches

Ornamental lady .

Brown and gold earthy decorative lady in a Matt black frame… lovely.

Original painting £40

Frame measures 9.5 x 7.5 inches

Pop in to buy one!

Tiger and Dragon

Paul’s thigh tattoos.

Paul decided on a tiger and dragon for his thigh tattoos, yin and yang , a perfect pair! The tiger represents wind and the dragon is water . Both sides paired with ‘momiji’ which is the Japanese name for maple leaves.

Maple leaves were chosen to balance with the chrysanthemums on his upper arms ,which are hardy autumn flowers.

Tattoos by Rich Pearson

Gung Ho! Tattoo, Moseley, Birmingham

Japanese style Tattoos in Birmingham .

Walk in Tattoo

We do walk ins if one of the artists has the space, we like to be booked but sometimes there’s a space between appointments that allows for a walk in tattoo.

To check if there’s space to do a walk in ,rather than pre booking just call the studio on 0121 442 6121 or you can of course just walk in…

Here’s a walk in tattoo by Rich Pearson, a butterfly and cherry blossoms in black and grey.

Walk in tattoos at Gung Ho! Tattoo

Moseley, Birmingham

Sacred Heart

Beautiful sacred heart painting by Lewis Davies.

Gung Ho! Tattoo

Tattoo shop Birmingham

Traditional Native American Tattoo

Helen Brown has a strong reputation for her black and grey tattooing particularly lady faces. She also loves to tattoo traditional style imagery.

Here is a Native American girl with decorative flowers. Get in touch with Helen if you’d like a traditional tattoo!

Traditional Tattoo by Helen Brown
GUNG HO! Tattoo, Birmingham

Japanese Koi and Chrysanthemums

Koi – The Japanese began breeding them for their aesthetic appeal in the mid 1800s. They are recognized as symbols of perseverance and endurance, as well as strength and individualism. Koi swimming upstream can symbolise perseverance, legend has it that if the Koi climbed upstream and through the Dragon Gate it would become a Dragon. Koi swimming downstream can symbolise overcoming obstacles.

A mix of swimming up and downstream can make a super sleeve!

Here is a Koi on an inner arm with small flat style Chrysanthemums, a decorative single point Koi tattoo with just a few splashes and also covering up some unwanted writing!

Originally introduced from China, the Chrysanthemum flower came with a legend about longevity, the story of a town whose residents all lived to over 100 years old, where the water came from a mountain spring surrounded by Chrysanthemums.

The Chrysanthemum has a lengthy autumn bloom season and has medicinal properties.

Japanese Style Tattoo by Rich Pearson
GUNG HO! Tattoo, Birmingham

Traditional Snake Tattoo

Nice snake ripper by Lewis Davies.

Snake head ripping out the skin, a staple classic for many years, black and grey, classic 3 colour or wild and out there!

Traditional Tattoo by Lewis Davies
GUNG HO! Tattoo, Birmingham

Liver Bird

Tattooed by Paul Sims, for a dedicated fan. Paul has made this liver bird come to life and a nice change from the standard flat badge!

Tattoo by Paul Sims
GUNG HO! Tattoo, Birmingham

Hannya Mask Tattoo

Paul went for a large hannya mask and cherry blossoms to fit on his side.

A popular theme in Japanese tattooing, the hannya mask is used in Noh theatre, representing a jealous female demon.

 

Below is a close up of Paul’s arm depicting a Daruma doll…

A Daruma doll is a hollow, round, Japanese traditional doll modelled after Bodhidharma, the founder of the Zen tradition of Buddhism.

Darumas are still usually made of papier-mâché, have a round shape, are hollow and weighted at the bottom so that they will always return to an upright position.

The eyes of Daruma are usually blank when sold. The recipient of the doll fills in one eye upon setting a goal or wish then the other upon fulfilling it.

 

Japanese Tattoo by Rich Pearson
GUNG HO! Tattoo Studio, Birmingham

Japanese Style Sleeve Tattoo

Full Japanese style sleeve using peonies, rocks and water.

Lee wanted to cover up an old tattoo on his arm, we used rocks and a section of the peony for the tattoo cover up.

Japanese Tattoo by Rich Pearson
GUNG HO! Tattoo Studio, Birmingham

 

5 Woodbridge Road, Moseley
Birmingham B13 8EH, United Kingdom

Opening Times
Tues to Sat 10am til 6pm, Late Thurs til 7pm
Closed Sun / Mon

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5 Woodbridge Road, Moseley
Birmingham B13 8EH, United Kingdom

Opening Times
Tues to Sat 10am til 6pm, Late Thurs til 7pm
Closed Sun / Mon

0121 442 6121

info@gunghotattoo.com