After Kat Von D announced that her Los Angles-based tattoo parlor would be closing, Kat Von D is receiving a lot of support from fans. The L.A. InkIn a Tuesday life update, the High Voltage Tattoo alum stated that High Voltage Tattoo, which has been in business for 14 years, will close its doors on Wednesday, December 1. Von D opened the shop in 2007 when she was offered her own shop after her time at On. Miami Ink.
Von D broke the news with fans in An Instagram post for TuesdayShare that she “will be closing my beloved tattoo shop.”Von D explained that she and Leafar Seyer (her husband), have decided to relocate from Los Angeles to Indiana. “recently purchased a beautiful home on a bit of land in rural Indiana,”Where they’ve spent time. Von D, the shop that was the backdrop for the TLC reality show L.A. InkAccording to, High Voltage was closed. “after much thought”She believed that it was impossible, and she accepted this belief. “make sense to keep it open if I wasn’t present.”Von D stated that High Voltage will be closing, but she won’t stop tattooing. “will most likely open a private studio in Indiana once we are done with the house remodel there.”
Von D broke the news to her fans and she thanked them. “for showing my little shop so much love,”Many took to social media for their reactions. While some found the news heartbreaking, others were happy to share their condolences with D as she embarks on this new chapter of her life in Indiana with her loved ones.
“Good for you”
— Rey Rey Rodriguez (@themindofreyrey) October 25, 2021
“Good for you guys Kat,”Von D’s Instagram announcement was commented by one person. “I’m o honoured to have been tattooed at [High Voltage] by you several times and I’m so excited for your new chapter my friend .. LA will miss you and your amazing shop.”
“End of an Era”
LA Ink and high-voltage tattoos were very much a part of my childhood/preteen years, so I’m really sorry
— opinionated bitch (@coldheartedtea) October 25, 2021
“This is the end of an era. I’m really sad,”One person commented on the other, while another added. “Glad you feel at home in Indiana. Welcome!”
Although I regret that I won’t have a high-voltage tattoo, it just means that it was not in my plans.
— Kanisha Renee (@TwistedTricky) October 25, 2021
“You will be missed in LA but I’m happy you’ve found a place that you enjoy,”Add another person, writing with them “Indiana welcomes you and your family with open arms glad to have you here.”
“One of a Kind”
so bummed to hear about high voltage tattoo closing down in la 💔 one of a kind place for sure. I will always be grateful that i was able to see it in person.
— esphir ≈ (@tillitaint) October 26, 2021
“Congrats on making that decision!”Another person wrote it. “My husband and I left LA where I grew up and we haven’t looked back. You won’t regret it. California is sadly being ripped to shreds and doesn’t seem like it’s changing anytime soon. Welcome to amazing farm ingredients, clean air, and cheaper living. I’ll gladly drive a state over to get tattooed by you Indiana.”
Indiana welcomes you
High Voltage Tattoo is closing this year !!!!. I must get tattooed there.Thank you!
— Suzy⚡️ (@__Suzettee) October 25, 2021
“[Kat Von D] Welcome to Indiana! Hope you love it here as much as we do!” Add another person.
“A little piece of my just died”
Not gonna lie, a little bit of me just died because i won’t be able ever to get a high voltage tattoo.😭😭
— xXFirestarRawrXx (@pizzah000ligan) October 26, 2021
“Thank you SO much for having me at the shop many times and am grateful to be a part of it all,”B.J., a tattoo artist Betts was shocked by Von D’s announcement.