Tattoos and Art For Sale
Bigfoot Tattoos is OPEN for business on the North Shore
Welcome to Bigfoot Tattoos
Lori Blunden — Manager
Behind that mask is the smiling face of 😷 Lori Blunden 😉 — receptionist and co-owner of Bigfoot Tattoos.
Oct 5, 2020
Bigfoot Tattoos has taken recommended measures to minimize the risk of viral transmission for anybody entering the studio. However, physical distancing may not be possible during the tattooing process.
Self Monitor — Please self-monitor for Covid-19 symptoms such as cough, fever or shortness of breath. You can find the BC Covid-19 Self-Assessment Tool here: https://bc.thrive.health/covid19/en.
Reschedule — If you experience any of these symptoms, please stay home and contact us to reschedule your appointment. If you present with any covid symptoms, you will be asked to reschedule.
Travel — You must confirm that you have not traveled outside of BC in the previous 14 days.
Physical distancing — Please remain conscious of social distancing while inside and when entering and exiting the studio.
Masks — Please bring your own mask or face covering to wear in the studio when physical distancing is not possible, such as during the tattooing process. Your artist will also be wearing a mask. If you do not have a mask, one will be provided for you.
Appointment Time — Please arrive at your appointment time. We are spacing appointments to assist with physical distancing in the shop.
Arrive Alone — Please enter the studio by yourself, no friends, family or pets. If you require assistance, please inform us before you arrive.
Hand Sanitization — Upon entering the clinic you may wash your hands in our bathroom or use an alcohol based hand-sanitizer.
Personal effects — Please bring only what you need into the studio. We have baskets for you to keep your things during the appointment that will be sanitized after each use.
No Touchy — Please refrain from touching anything unnecessarily while you are here, including your artist ;) Socially distanced Air handshakes, Air high-fives or any other creative touch-free greetings are welcome!
Touch-Free Payments — We offer e-transfer or Tap payments for debit/credit. If you need to touch the payment terminal, be assured that we are sanitizing it after each use. Cash is still accepted.
Additional protocols — Be assured that we have implemented further recommendations such as regular disinfecting, enhanced cleaning schedule, hand sanitizing, social distancing, and regular monitoring of staff and therapists for any signs and symptoms of covid-19.
Questions — If you have any concerns or questions, please feel free to contact us via FB Messenger or email.
Please see our Covid-19 Safety Plan below for more information.
Thank you for your understanding and cooperation, and we look forward to creating beautiful tattoos for you in a safe and healthy environment!
Clay Walker — Senior Tattoo Artist
Clay Walker is a co-owner of Bigfoot Tattoos. Clay has been tattooing in Kamloops since 2009. Clay also paints canvases and murals.
Clay started with a 3 year apprenticeship at the once prominent Eye Candy Ink Tattoos by Tania Henigar — who has retired. As a self taught artist Clay began drawing and painting at a young age referencing the natural world for inspiration. Realism is a strong point in his art so he tends to use that technique in custom pieces that bring the imagination and fantasy to life with forced perspectives, use of negative space, body flow, etc.
Clay will work with you on your idea to create something to suit your needs — no matter the challenge.
Kevyn Harper — Senior Tattoo Artist
Bigfoot Tattoos is proud to have the talented Kevyn Harper joining the team.
Kevyn trained under Canadian legend Tom Coles. Under an old school apprenticeship he became versed in all styles of tattooing. As a student of art history, Kevyn is now most interested in dark expressionist forms of art — but is able to meet any style from 17 years of experience.
Kelly Wright — Apprentice Tattoo Artist
Bigfoot Tattoos is stoked to have Kelly Wright as part of the crew and learning the trade.
If you’ve walked around Kamloops chances are you’ve seen Kelly’s bright colourful mural work in multiple places in the downtown core and north shore.
Kelly has some prints and paintings available for sale too.