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Chris Dobson

Manzar Guzman


Manzar Guzman's love for art began at a young age, sprouting when he was just 8 years old growing up in Mexico City. His passion for creativity led him to take a different route to school, captivated by the graffiti that adorned the walls along the way.

Early Beginnings

Starting with simple designs for friends, who would then bring them to the local tattoo artist, Guzman's talent quickly caught the attention of those around him. At the age of 19, he took the leap into tattooing, embarking on a journey that would shape his future.

A Decade of Dedication

With 13 years of experience under his belt, Guzman now proudly owns his own shop in LA: No Name Collective. More than just a tattoo studio, it is a movement aimed at challenging the stereotypes that often surround the tattoo community.

Inspiration and Influence

Inspired by renowned artists like Freddy Negrette, Goodtime Charlie, and Jose Lopez, Guzman's work is a reflection of his roots and the vibrant culture that surrounds him. His signature black & grey xicano style pays homage to the tattoos he would see on the train jumpers near his home, drawing him towards a unique and powerful aesthetic.

Through representation, dedication, unity, and love, Guzman's mission is clear: to redefine the perception of tattoo artistry and create a space where creativity knows no bounds.


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