We cater to tattoo aficionados who seek the highest quality work. Whether it's your first time or fiftieth, at Two Horses you can relax and enjoy the transformative experience of receiving your tattoo in a safe and pleasant environment. To book call 438-383-1565. Trot by the shop for a visit. We are always up to something!
Jessi Preston has traveled as an unarmed gypsy, mastered the art of piñata destruction, and managed to elude Bigfoot since receiving her BFA from the Tyler School of Art. In 2013 she teamed up with Sara-Isobel Mulder to open the coolest shop in Montreal: Two Horses. Jessi currently lives between Montreal and Portland, Oregon where she also owns Lombard Street Tattoo.
Word on the street is that Karmen was born on the back of a motorcycle and raised by a pack of wild weiner dogs. Since receiving her BFA from UQAM she has built and operated a silkscreen studio, launched her own t-shirt company (Le Pire Shirt Du Monde) and currently illustrates posters for Analogue Addiction. Karmen has been tattooing since 2013 and specializes in American Traditional. She has a soft spot for anything nature related, sentimental, or weird and unusual.
Divided between her love of American Traditional and her illustration background, Camille Handfield tends to pull both styles together with an indecent usage of black. Taking inspiration from medieval manuscripts and old Northern Renaissance paintings to pop culture and 90’s movies- this two year tattooer might be new to the industry, but you probably can’t tell.
Kaitlyn Marylee has been tattooing since June 2014. She began tattooing at Gem Tattoo where she apprenticed under Lydia K. She does traditional tattoos with bold lines and a unique perspective.
Samuel has over 200 original tattoo designs ready to go and loves doing walk-ins! He started tattooing in 2015 in Sherbrooke and has only recently moved to Montreal to work with the Two Horses team. He specializes in traditional tattooing, but is open to many styles.
Meet your local soul sister and tattoo auntie – Jalen Frizzell is influenced by blaxploitation movie posters of the 70s era, and the dynamics of life and death. Tattooing since August 2015, her Jamaican-Canadian roots have motivated her to showcase people of colour in her imagery. She works with high saturation and incorporates heavy black into her designs – developing an approach to tattooing that will compliment all skin tones.
Alicia has had the upmost admiration and passion for tattooing even before picking up a machine. It’s always been a dream of theirs to do this special craft, and here we are! With a background in fine arts, Alicia has a real eye for composition and detail. Black and grey American tradition is their style of choice, but with a twist. They try and reinvent age old designs into modern, relatable subject matter.
They also absolutely love doing whatever comes through the door! Alicia will make sure to cater to your ever need and make sure you love your new tattoo as much as they loved creating it for you ❤️
We are cash only.
Walk-In's are always welcome! You can call us first to check how busy we are.
Call the shop and we will schedule a consultation. During the consultation you will be able to discuss your idea with your artist, so please bring any photos or references (if you have them). Also bring cash for a deposit.
You will pay a $100+ deposit when you book an appointment. The exact amount depends on the size of the tattoo. The deposit is non-refundable, but it is credited towards towards the final price of the tattoo. Appointments can be rescheduled with 24 hours notice, otherwise you lose your deposit.
When you schedule an appointment, we will give you a rough estimate of the price of your tattoo. The final price will be dependent on the size and placement. Our minimum price for any tattoo is $100. To give you an estimate of our pricing: palm-sized tattoos cost around $250, and your full hand will be around $400. Much larger pieces will be priced by the hour.
- Remove the bandage after 4 hours.
- Don't touch it with dirty hands or pick at it. It is a wound, treat it as such.
- Wash it with warm water and unscented soap.
- Pat-dry it with a clean towel or let it air dry.
- Repeat this process two times a day for the first couple of days, then once a day after that until it is healed.
- Begin applying an unscented white cream lotion to the tattoo after a couple days when it becomes dry.
- It's going to itch, DO NOT SCRATCH it. You can ruin the tattoo.
- NO beach, NO jacuzzi, NO sunbathing until the tattoo is fully healed.
33 Mag did a profile on Jessi. “Je me spécialise en tatouage de style american-traditional, les vieux trucs comme dans le temps, et je fais aussi du custom work, donc mon style est quand même modernisé. […]
Jessi Preston was featured as a “Tattoo Artist of the Day” at Juxtapoz.com. Check it out here.