Voting is now closed for your favorite tattoo shop in Southwest Michigan.

Before we get to the voting please check out the rules for this poll below.

Favorite Tattoo Shop in Southwest Michigan Poll Rules

  • One vote per person/per day is permitted.
  • Only tattoo shops inside the following counties are permitted to participate: Van Buren, Kalamazoo, Calhoun, St. Joesph, Cass, Branch, or Allegan County.
  • Real votes only.  The use of bots, IP changers, or third-party voting sites is strongly prohibited and will be removed.
  • Voting period runs from 2/29-3/13.  Results will be posted on Thursday, March 14th.

Important Note: Votes by bots and other 3rd party IP changers will be detected and removed periodically. Extreme abuse of these rules can lead to disqualification. Keep it real, legit, and local folks.

Best Tattoo Shops in Kalamazoo area

If your favorite tattoo shop is not in the poll below, that simply means they were not nominated during the nomination period or are not in the Southwest Michigan area.  Unfortunately, nominations are now closed.   Voting ends at Midnight on Wednesday, March 13th.  All votes placed after Midnight will be removed before final results are published at 7 AM on Thursday, March 14th.


While we wait for the 2024 poll to come to an end, let's check out the results of the last tattoo shop poll.

Southwest Michigan's 5 Favorite Tattoo Shops 2021

  • #5. 7 Chakras Tattoos and Piercings Studio in Kalamazoo
  • #4. Triple Seven Tattoos in Comstock
  • #3. Infinity Ink in Sturgis
  • #2. Black Pearl Tattoo Shop in Three Rivers
  • #1. Portfolio Ink in Three Rivers

Click here to see the entire poll.

Best 15 Tattoo Shops in Michigan

These are the best tattoo shops in all of Michigan according to Google Reviews as of January 2024.

Gallery Credit: Jacob Harrison

The Top 21 Most Intriguing Michigan Tattoo Shop Names

Not recommended, but if you're going to pick your tattoo based on the name of the shop, here are 21 of the most creative ink purveyor names in Michigan.

Gallery Credit: Scott Clow

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