Stacy Fevinger is an intuitive// tattooer, astrologer, tarot reader and writer.  Her work draws on a background in print media, and centers on spiritual healing and transformative growth utilizing the tools of nature to integrate psycho-spiritual identity within the context of the physical body.

Stacy tattoos at Eastern Pass Tattoo Co. in South Philadelphia. You can see her latest work and updates on Instagram. To request a tattoo appointment, please submit an inquiry to her waitlist.

Stacy also writes a monthly Astral Forecast, and offers private readings. Inquire to book your session today!

Some Thoughts on Tattoos

The tattoos I make range in style from intricate blackwork to Traditional Americana. Meticulous attention to linework and composition based on anatomical placement are nonnegotiable hallmarks of my approach.

The intrinsically ceremonial nature of this media touches on innate human impulses, courting our contradictory desire to both identify with and distinguish ourselves from others. I love that this process is simultaneously intimate and violent, meditative but physically disruptive, common yet transformational.

It is an honor to accompany my clients across the threshold of new self-identities via the boundary of their physical bodies. Providing a nourishing, relaxed client experience is a valued part of my practice. In every session I strive to transmit the imagery of my clients’ visions through a focused procedure that is safe and professional, while at the same time maintaining awareness of the sanctity and ritual of transformative work. I use 100% disposable, pre-sterilized instruments, vegan inks and single-use ink caps. I do not offer numbing creams or work on skin to which they have been applied. Overcoming is a fundamental concept to my philosophical stance as a tattooer; I encourage all clients to own their responsibility for pain management and commit to showing up in courage for their tattoo experience.

I am licensed as a body artist by the City of Philadelphia and maintain Bloodborne Pathogens certification through the American Red Cross.