AWARDS AND DASH PLAQUES
Jeremy Potts is a Colorado native and a Vietnam vet. In 1954 at the age of 4 he was already putting his talents to work, when he began drawing. A second-generation master engraver, he began engraving in 1973 and in 1979 Steel Tattoos was established. He was one of the first engravers to engrave on motorcycle parts and has now developed tools and techniques to engrave through chrome without the chrome peeling.
Jeremy's primary form of art is freehand engraving. He offers full color freehand engraved art and engraving on knives, guitar pick-guards, motorcycle and hotrod parts, plus traditional paper and ink art. In addition he designs T-shirts and business publications.
In the mid 1980's he began to develop his full color freehand engraved art. Using the techniques he has developed, it is now possible to reproduce original engravings into any product his customer desires. Jeremy has combined 14th Century freehand engraving and modern digital technology to produce some of the most unique and exciting artwork on the market today.
Jeremy would like to invite you to explore the pages of this website and enjoy all the different forms of art he has to offer you.
ENGRAVED MOTORCYCLE PARTS
ENGRAVING THROUGH CHROME
SKULLS & SCROLLS
EUROPEAN STYLE ENGRAVING
ENGRAVED WIRE WHEEL
You can also see my work
on my facebook page
You can contact Jeremy at firstname.lastname@example.org
CUSTOM ENGRAVED URN'S
GUITAR PICK GUARDS
HOT ROD AND MOTORCYCLE ART ENGRAVED AND HAND DRAWN
Engraving and Etching are very different forms of art. Engraving is done with a hammer and chisel and Etching is done with acid. They both decorate metal just in different ways. Etching can also be used to decorate glass and plastics. Very often the two are confused with each other, for example someone is looking for engraving and calls it etching and vice versa. Either way both are fantastic forms of art. Steel Tattoos only offers engraving and not etching.