479 278 2788 [email protected]

Frisco Tattoo of Northwest Arkansas

Located in historic Downtown Rogers, Arkansas, Frisco Tattoo of Northwest Arkansas (NWA) is open and ready to create your next body art masterpiece – from black and grey and delicate line work to full color or realistic tattoos.

We can be found in the Art Deco style “Alexander Building” in downtown Rogers. Frisco Tattoo has embraced the open space and clean lines of the historic 1940’s building, adding minimal interior design elements coupled with subtle nods to the history of Rogers. We’re on the corner of Second and Elm St.


121 South 2nd Street
Rogers, Arkansas

479 278 2788


Noon – 10:00 PM

Closed Wednesdays



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Jessica Baker

Artist &
Shop Manager

New to the industry, Jessica specializes in colorful renditions of nerdy, otaku, and pop culture designs. Utilizing the full color spectrum and full saturation.

Breakfast Preference:
Liquid: Coffee (sweet, like a dessert)
Solid: Waffles (and contemplation)

Currently listening to:
Last Podcast on the Left, and My Favorite Murder podcasts.

Alex Romo

Artist &
Assistant Manager

Translating from paper to skin, Alex specializes in illustrative blackwork, pointillism, and surreal tattooing focusing on detail.

Breakfast Preference:
Liquid: Michelada 
Solid: Simple eggs & hashbrowns

Currently listening to: 
Invsibilia and Tyler the Creator

Jacob Leach


Jacob Leach brings a full range of styles and experience to Frisco Tattoo.

Jacob has been a professional tattoo artist and licensed piercer for close to 20 years. Jacob got his start in 2001 and has been instrumental in getting numerous tattoo shops established throughout Arkansas and Louisiana. Jacob is a licensed tattoo instructor and will be helping Frisco Tattoo become a State Certified school in 2020.

Breakfast Preference:
Liquid: Grapefruit Juice
Solid: Steak and Eggs

Currently Listening to:
Elton John

Ready for an Appointment?

121 South 2nd Street
Rogers, Arkansas
479 278 2788

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