3402 Cleveland Blvd. Caldwell, ID 83605 (208) 455-7425


Tattooing since the year 2000, Zack has emerged as one of the most trusted artists in the valley.  Zack gleamed with art talent all through grammar school, every year he would be forced to hide his discomfort, smile and say thank you as his new teacher poured over him with compliments about his artistic ability.  A modest man, who may act awkward when you rave over your new tattoo, Zack does not seek fame or popularity, he instead is driven by his constant pursuit for perfection.  Zack has over three years of art classes under his belt from Weber State and Boise State Universities, yet to graduate, he also attributes much of his ability to his father Craig. Now a published author, Zack enjoys writing, golfing and hanging out with his beautiful wife Trisha and three children, Madelynn, Sean, and possible future tattooist Vincent.


Owner and founder, Craig who tattooed for twenty + years, is now retired from the art of tattooing.  One of the pioneers of tattooing in the Treasure Valley, Craig was the original creator of the Idaho Spring Fever Tattoo Expo, Idaho Tattoo Association, and founder of a second shop in Twin Falls Idaho.   Holding to traditional values Craig has always brought a positive influence to Tattooing in Idaho. Craig has never felt the need to fit anyone's mold that is one of the reason the art of tattooing first appealed to him.  Now that he is retired from the actual hands on part of tattooing, he has more time to help around the shop, and even more importantly enjoy the other parts of life that give him pleasure.  From hunting, painting, golfing, and spending time with family and friends, Craig is rarely found sitting still.


Sandra has been part of Craig’s tattoo since its beginnings. Always needed but not always appreciated, she is literally the fuel that keeps the shop going. Ordering, bookkeeping, cleaning and more. Sandra makes sure all the little, but important, things are done at Craig’s Tattoo Company. Some of her hobbies include decorating her large Victorian Home, gardening, puzzles and spending time with her grandchildren.