‘Goodbye, California!’ Kat Von D says she’s closing her LA-based tattoo parlor High Voltage after 14 years as she prepares to move to Indiana full-time
Kat Von D is closing down Los Angeles tattoo parlor High Voltage after 14 years.
The 39-year-old tattoo artist elaborated on the end of an era on Instagram on Monday as she moved Indiana.
‘As some of you know, we recently bought a beautiful house on a little bit of land in rural Indiana, and the more time we spend there, we realize that we feel more at home here than we do. We do. NS,’ said the L.A. Inc personality, who shares two-year-old son Leifer with husband Rafael Reyes.
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“After much deliberation, we have decided that we will move to Indiana permanently at the end of this year,” he said. ‘We plan to sell our beautiful home here, and once we renovate the house there I will open a private studio in Indiana.’
Kat said she was planning to close her “cute tattoo shop” on December 1 in view of the move.
‘I didn’t think it would make sense to keep it open if I wasn’t present,’ she said, and that other than coming back to work on music with her band, we don’t plan to return to L.A. very often. . .’
Kat said the shop will continue to hold appointments until next month, ‘I also strongly suggest following your talented fellow cast members to see where they are going on their journey!’
Kat said she was planning to close her ‘cute tattoo shop’ on December 1 in the wake of the move
He said ‘Goodbye California!’ Shared a shot of mine with text.
Kat thanked her ‘lovely tattoo family’ that she has had the ‘honor and privilege to work with’, as well as the ‘amazingly supportive people’ who have been clients.
Along with the post, Kat shared images of the establishment as well as tattoo artists with their works.
Kat initially opened a tattoo shop in 2007 after appearing on the TLC reality show Miami Ink.
Kat initially opened a tattoo shop in 2007 after appearing on the TLC reality show Miami Ink
He shared pictures of the establishment he has spent 14 years in
Last year, she said in a social media post that she intended to move out of California for a variety of reasons.
“With what’s happening in California, with terrible policies, tyrannical government overreach, ridiculous taxes, so much corruption, we just felt the need to root in a small town, where nature is, where my son is.” May be free to play, and where we may eventually retire one day,’ she said.