With Passion and Love
Welcome to Diego Tattoo Gallery!
Whether it's your first time in a tattoo shop, or you are a seasoned collector, Diego Tattoo Gallery is for you! 
Our artists utilize cutting-edge styles and techniques to insure that you go home with a unique and beautiful adornment. There is no tattoo too large or too small, or too strange for that matter. 
We look forward to collaborating with our clients to create true self expression.  Please check out our artists' work and send us a message with your ideas. We look forward to talking, laughing, and creating with you!
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Meet Our Crew
Diana DeAugustine
Your mom goes to college
"Work hard or die trying girl!"
Cari Coleman
If its sarcastic, disturbing, or adorable, Cari is the girl for the job. She enjoys the juxtopositon of cute and cruel. From Self-flaggelating foods to severed body parts, there is not job too strange. She utilizes techniques made popular by American traditional tattooing and neo-traditional tattooing. Her tattoos are bold, bright, and colorful. She's been in San Diego since 2012 and enjoys building lasting relationships with her clients.
"CPS took her baby... She's cryin... her."
Sierra Everly
Black Work
Artist/Wanderlust Queen
"Cari makes the best websites"
Sophia Culpepper
Photo realism
color portrait
black and gray portrait
trash polka
Artist/Owner Black and Gray
"I wish I was an Oscar Meyer weiner"
Marissa Gray
Since Marissa was young, she’s had a strong passion for art; constantly experimenting with different styles and mediums. She was exposed to the tattoo industry in 2014 and has continued learning and growing as the years go on. When it comes to her other love, Halloween/horror, she’s not afraid to spook the SoCal area during the Halloween season as well and even channels that influence in her artwork. She’s overall a spooky weirdo that’s always thrilled to create some rad art!

style: black and grey realism, color realism, watercolor, and horror. 
Artist/Professional Haunter
Justin Pelletier
American traditional 
fine line
black work
"I love potatoes"
Brenna Evonne

Artist/Saint of Patience
"What's that smell??"
Huck Navarro
Huck was raised here in San Diego where he grew up in and around the arts.  Growing up he was always encouraged to express his imagination and creativity. Huck continued that in a Studio Art education at Humboldt State University in Northern California. He wanted to spend the rest of his life making art but he hadn’t found the medium that made him feel the most fulfilled. He had always been interested in the practice of tattooing and in 2007 his focus changed 100% to the medium of tattoo modifications, eventually completing a classic apprenticeship. Huck specializes in neo-traditional style tattooing, but enjoys making tattoos of all styles. He has been tattooing for over ten years, enjoys his career, and takes his craft very seriously. Huck is always inspired to learn, create and grow in this industry.

Artist/Toxic shark slayer
​“I didn’t want salmon! …I said it four times…” -B.H.
Sara Rivas
Sara is a tropical blooded gal who grew up in the Dominican Republic and then Florida, she moved to San Diego to pursue her love of drawing on other people’s bodies. She comes from a family of artists and has been drawing most of her life. Sara’s favorite thing about tattooing and art is experiencing the way that other’s interact with her art and find meaning in the things she creates, She hopes to make art that is inclusive and intersectional. Sara also enjoys watching tv, snacks, being outside, complaining about being tired, and not having to leave the house.
black work
fine line
Apprentice/Wet Alien
"Beyonce's underboob is god​"
Moni Gutierrez
Moni has had the pleasure of adding a little bit of sparkle to the teeth of some really amazing people since 2014. Moni’s been getting tooth gems of my own for over a decade and I wanted to share the happiness to other people professionally.
Stay Flossy Tooth Jeweler
“Brighter smiles guaranteed!”