Drew Harris – Founder
"Got my first tattoo at Double Deez this past weekend. The shop is very clean, very comfortable, and Jason did a great job both on the tattoo and the easing of my nerves going into it. A couple of my buddies got a tattoo done by Jason on the same day and were both thrilled by the experience and results. I highly recommend both this shop and Jason!"− Chris
"First of all I got my first tattoo done there six years ago by drew, best experience ever for a first timer. I have brought friends and family in and they too were all very impressed. I have seen nothing but professionalism and amazing customer service. I've been to the other tattoo shops in the borough and around the area, but nowhere else keeps me coming back"− Emily
"If you are looking for amazing artwork that will look great and last a lifetime, put your trust Double Deez. I did. Over the years I have acquired a number of tattoos, and the piece that Drew Harris did for me is absolutely exquisite! The color really pops and the intricate attention to detail really makes it stand out. "− Audrey
"I have now gotten work done at every shop in the borough of west chester, and beyond just being the nicest team of people, they were by far the most professional and had the nicest space/equipment. I don't want to compare artists, especially because I came in with my own illustrations anyway so I wouldn't know who was "better", but the work hanging around the store is beautiful. I had a great experience here, and felt taken care of!"− Sarita
Jason Nicholson Began his career back in high school in the form of oil painting. Jason has created pieces of art that have gotten a lot of recognition from many including memorial pieces for the military. You can see his art background come to life in his tattoos creating a very painted style in his work with little effects that bring the art to life. If you feel Jason is the man for the job call to arrange a consult (484)459-4833 Jason’s day’s are Sun, Mon, Tues, and Wed. 12-8
John Black formerly Black Ink, Has recently joined the team. John Has a unique style matched by few, He mostly concentrates in color but ventures into black and grey just as well. John completed his apprenticeship in 2005 and quickly went on his own between owning a few shops and traveling the united states working conventions. Currently John is appointment only but the rare occasion there is a no show he’s more then happy to do a walk-in. If you feel John is the man for the job call to arrange a consult (484)459-4833 John’s day’s are Tues, Wed, Thur, Fri and Sat. 12-8
Mike Fabrizio is our all around go to tattoo artist specializing in Black and Grey style tattoos. Mike has worked many conventions in the past and has worked at many shops including Altered Ego in Lakeland Florida, West Philly Tattoo in Philadelphia, Electric Monkey in Cochranville, Everlasting Art Tattoo in University City, and finally here at Double Deez Tattoos in West Chester. He has been published in many magazines and is our main Walk-in Tattoo artist. If you feel like Mike is the man for the job call the shop to arrange a consult or book online (484)459-4833. Mike works Thur.-Mon. 12-8.
Drawing since he was a child, Slime has been influenced all his life by all things creepy crawly and spooky. He got his start in the professional art realm by doing designs for underground metal and punk bands, with a bachelors degree in studio art. Slime started tattooing in 2011 in Pennsylvania, apprenticing under John Black at black ink, and has been working diligently to produce some of the most original and sick tattoos possible. After working at a few different shops in PA, MD, and DC, Slime is proud to now be joining the Double Deez family! Slime will be happy to please any client with a range of visual emotion whether it’s dark and spooky, or bright and fun. Come on into Double Deez and get SLIMED!
Artist / Owner
Drew Harris Started his tattooing career at Wizard & Co. II in West Chester PA. in August of 2004 ever since then he has given his all into tattooing. After a long and strenuous apprenticeship he began his tattooing at Wizard’s which led into him managing their Downingtown shop for 2 years. After realizing he couldn’t make the changes he wanted to the shop to really mold around the new age educated tattoo clientele he decided it was time for him to move on and create which would now be the new Double Deez Tattoos. After opening in 2008 he went through many changes between employees, decor, and even styles trying to form the most rounded tattoo shop anyone could ever imagine. Drew started his style in more cartoon based animated style and has moved into his true comfort zone which is Black and Grey, and script. Everything from portraits to skulls and block lettering to fancy script Drew has molded his style into every piece he does to create a truly unique style. Please look through his portfolio below and if you feel Drew is the one then call the shop at (484)459-4833 Thank you for looking!
Within 2 hours
Remove your bandage under lukewarm water. Gently wash your tattoo with approved liquid soap then gently rinse with cool water to close back up your pores.Pat dry and apply a thin layer of approved ointment. Blot excess (DO NOT RE-USE OLD OINTMENT)
First 3 Days
After first cleaning you will be cleaning your tattoo the same way atleast 6 times a day for first 3 days wash with warm water and approved soap, pat dry, apply approved ointment, blot excess off.
Clean your tattoo at least 4 times a day with cool water, pat dry, and apply approved lotion.
Your tattoo should take 5-8 days to heal. For first 30 days; no pool water, ocean water, creek water, sun hair dye/hair bleach, abrasives, neosporin, peroxide chemicals, or any non approved ointments.
We recommend Using only the aftercare we sell. After years of experimenting with different ointments, lotions, and soaps we have found what will heal your tattoo the best and quickest. Also by purchasing our Aftercare which is not marked up to the sky like other shops, you get 60 days of free touchups incase a spot heals weird or even if you accidentally scratch some out while healing.