(CNN) – Kate van Die’s announcement marks the end of an era.
Celebrity Tattoo Artist / Reality / Music TV star and entrepreneur has announced the closure of his Los Angeles-based tattoo parlor High Voltage.
Kate van D, the store that was the setting for the TLC reality series “LA Ink”, released the announcement on her account. Instagram Verified.
“After buying a beautiful house on a piece of land in rural Indiana recently, he explained that his family had decided to move from Los Angeles to Indiana, and when we spend more time there, we find that we are more at home than we are here. In Los Angeles.”
“I mean, I’m going to close my favorite tattoo shop @highvoltagetat in western Hollywood on December 1. I do not think it would make sense to open it if it’s not nearby, except to go back to work. , “Reads a message with a series of photos.
“Over the next month and a half the tradition of HvT’s regular tattoos will be celebrated in the store, and we invite you to get a tattoo with one of my talented fellow artists in November,” he added.
“Thanks for 14 years of love + tattoos!” That Kate van de finished on her post.