Famous tattoo parlor closed by Kat Von D

Kat Von D's departure marks the end of an era.

Famous tattoo parlor closed by Kat Von D

High Voltage, the tattoo artist/reality star/musician/entrepreneur famed for her tattoo parlor in Los Angles, has announced that she will close it.

Von D was the shop that featured in the TLC reality show "L.A." Ink made the announcement via her verified Instagram account.

She shared that her family decided to relocate from Los Angeles to Indiana after "recently purchasing a beautiful home on some land in rural Indiana. And the more we spend there, we realize that we feel more at home than we do in LA."

"This means that I will close my beloved West Hollywood tattoo shop @highvoltagetat on December 1. It didn't make sense to keep the shop open if I was not there. I also don't plan to return to LA often, so I captioned a series photos.

She said that the shop would be "following the HvT legacy" for the next month and a quarter by tattooing at the shop regularly.

Von D concluded her post by saying, "Thanks for 14 years of love and tattooing!"