Patayin and its meaning vs symbolism

The word patayin is of Philippine origin, Tagalog dialect. A verb meaning “to kill, to end, to extinguish” it is commonly connected to emotions such as anger, sorrow or grief. For us Patayin symbolizes the end to a negative chapter and the start of a new fresh beginning.


Where passion and artistry converge to create unforgettable experiences. 

Quality is at the core of everything we do. From the moment you step into our studio, you’ll be greeted by a warm and inviting atmosphere that fosters creativity and self-expression.

We prioritize your comfort and safety and maintain strict hygiene standards, using only the highest quality, sterile equipment and following industry best practices. In addition, our shop is a safe and inclusive space (for everyone) where you can relax, confident that you’re in the hands of professionals who truly care about your well-being.

We believe that getting a tattoo is more than just an appointment; it’s an experience that should be cherished. That’s why we go above and beyond to create a positive and memorable atmosphere for our customers. We strive to build lasting relationships, earning your trust and becoming your go-to destination for all your future tattoo needs.

Come and join the Patayin Gang, where passion, creativity, and exceptional customer experience converge to create stunning tattoos you’d be proud to wear. Let us be a part of your journey and help you bring your tattoo vision to reality.

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What determines the tattoo price?
Design Style

The tattoo style plays a major factor in price. Minimalist vs dark and bold tattoos require different techniques and time to accomplish.


The overall size and coverage will also determine the final price of the tattoo. Note: smaller doesn’t necessarily mean cheaper.


Finally, the part on your body you choose to have the tattoo placed will dictate the price. For example a forearm tattoo is much easier to apply then a neck tattoo.

Our Team
Dennis Garcia, President
Dennis Garcia

Founder & Artist

Souky Garcia, Shop Manager, Patayin Tattoo
Souky Garcia

General Manager

Laura Lewis, Shop Manager, Patayin Tattoo
Laura Lewis

Assistant Manager

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