In ancient times, the creation of permanent images on the body covered different functions, both aesthetic and healing. Tattooing is a sacred act with a profound meaning linked to the transformation of the individual and his role within society. It was the outward sign to gain access to something sacred. The tattooists were probably very popular because of their special abilities.
Today we interviewed one of our sponsored Tattoo Artists: Jay Denton. We first met Jason in a Tattoo Studio in the UK over two years ago, hit it off straightaway and been friends ever since. Jason has a unique take on tattooing, mixing surrealism with trash polka to create his dark style. He also specialises in Organic Bio and Bio Mechanical tattoos. He is currently tattooing in the UK Midlands and he is always available for guest spots in England and abroad.
We recently released some new neotraditional tattoo prints in our Online Shop.
All the prints are designed by our artist vokuntattoo but we are planning to add more prints done by other artists in the future.
You can find all the prints under the section Tattoos in the menu bar of our website.
We have a few of our older prints still left in stock. All print have free worldwide shipping!
Years go by, fashions change and tattoos still don’t have a good reputation.
The myths about tattoos can be fun or alarming. Some are merely rumours, spread mainly by those people who despise both tattoos and tattooed people, and don’t particularly like tattooists.
Whether it is purely aesthetic, or a reminder of an important moment in one’s life, tattooing is finally freeing itself from the prejudices that have trapped it for decades.