Our Tattoo Artists

Marx Barry

Marx began tattooing in 1996, where he apprenticed under Pamm Reynolds in a small town near his boyhood home on the great plains of Northern Illinois. At an early age he quickly displayed an innate skill for placing himself in the right place at the right time, and his tattoo career has thus been riddled with what often appears to be “good luck”. This path eventually brought him to the cold northern shores of the Mississippi, where he met the four guys who would eventually become the fellow members of the Rose.

Kris Lefebvre

Kris a recent graduate from the College of Visual Arts. He has been traditionally trained as a Tattoo Artist and have been tattooing professionally since 2003. Being involved in tattooing and educated in the field of arts, Kris has gained a unique set of skills. His work consists of bold lines,strong color, and powerful imagery. Along with this, Kris also has a strong sense of composition and technique, that is applied to each and every tattoo he does.

Austin Gibson

Images coming soon. 

Miss Kitty

Miss Kitty works at the shop by appointment only. She primarily works in Arizona, but returns to Minnesota several times per year to tattoo.

Drawings and appointments require a deposit which is non-refundable. All drawings are property of Miss Kitty. Drawings will not be emailed, photographed or scanned. Drawings may only be viewed in person and stay within the shop. Only one drawing request per deposit.

72 hour notice is required to reschedule an appointment while retaining a deposit. A rescheduled or cancelled appointment within 72 hours of the original appointment will forfeit a deposit and a new deposit will be required in order to reschedule. Deposits are non-transferable and non-refundable.

To schedule an appointment, e-mail Miss Kitty at; misskittytattoos@gmail.com

Look her up on Facebook; https://www.facebook.com/pages/Miss-Kittys-World-of-Wonder/281518094798

or Instagram; MISSKITTYTATTOO

 

 


Josh Edwards

Josh Edwards has been tattooing since 1996. He apprenticed under his father, Larry Edwards, at Atomic Tattoo in Austin, Texas. He returned to the Twin Cities in 1999 and eventually settled at the Aloha Monkey working with Mike Malone (“Rollo”) and Keith Underwood. He remained at the Aloha Monkey through 2010, at which time he and his colleagues decided to open The Rose of No Man’s Land in Woodbury (where he attended high school). When he’s not tattooing, he’s either fishing, painting, or winning spelling contests.

Kyle Franklin

Kyle Franklin has been tattooing since 2004. He can tattoo in any style, but particularly enjoys producing large scale pieces in the traditional American and Japanese styles.

Andy Hefner

​Andy Hefner owns several tattoo machines.

Jessie McNally

images coming soon.