Electric Dagger Tattoo

Just YOUR FRIENDLY NEIGHBORHOOD

TATTOO SHOP

 
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Tattooing in Jackson, MS

Electric Dagger was established in 2013 by owner and artist Jason Thomas, previous owner of The Ink Spot Gallery & Black Diamond Tattoo. The tattoo shop sits in the heart of the ever-growing Fondren neighborhood in Jackson, Mississippi. Whether you're looking for custom work or traditional flash, Electric Dagger has it all. 

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All prices given in person at the shop. Contact us today if you have any questions!

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OUR ARTISTS

Get to know our artists below. Check out everyones work and find the right fit for you!


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jason Thomas

Owner Jason Thomas has spent years collecting the tattoo flash from years gone by, curating the magic charm of his studio, and perfecting the skull/snake combo. He splits his time at the shop between tattooing American traditional designs and painting like his life depended on it. 

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Mike Richardson

Mike Richardson began his apprenticeship in 2006 under Jason Thomas. He started tattooing at the Ink Spot a year later in 2007, and has spent the last decade mastering the palm tattoo and the ever elusive ginger beard. His favorite tattoo style is illustrative and his favorite records are loud. Whether youโ€™re looking for a black and grey sleeve, a little expert advice on slapping a bass, or a few pictures of the cutest cat around, Mike is your best bet. .

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Mallory Kay Palmertree

Mallory Kay Palmertree started working as the counter girl at the Ink Spot in 2008 following her time as a full time Dr. Dog fan / pop art connoisseur in Clinton, Mississippi. She started tattooing in 2010, specializing in folk & traditional style and has barely had a break between tattoos since. Although she stays busy aspiring to be the premiere butt tattooer of the south, Mallory always manages to squeeze in a little time to work with Jacksonโ€™s local artists โ€” from booths at Priced to Move to teaching art classes to kids at the Mississippi Childrenโ€™s Museum.