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Interview with Tattoo Artist Peggy B |

Tattoo artist Peggy B creates magical blackwork tattoos out of Grace Neutral’s Femme Fatale tattoo studio in London. We chatted to Peggy about her beautifully recognisable style and the energy she brings to her work… Photo by @alien_ink_ How did you start tattooing? I was getting tattooed a lot at uni, and over the years I

Tattoo Artist: Laura McLean |

Tattoo artist Laura McLean works out of South City Market in London, creating blackwork, blast overs and minimal styled tattoos. We caught up with Laura to find out more about the tattoos she creates and how she chooses to decorate her own body… What drew you to the blackwork style of tattoos? I love tattoos that

Interview with Tattoo Artist Deborah Pow |

26-year-old Deborah Pow tattoos out of Den of Iniquity Tattoo Parlour in Edinburgh. We love her lifework tattoos from florals to animals and just had to interview her for the blog… Photo taken by Tegid Cartwright When did you start tattooing and what made you want to join the industry? I have been tattooing for three years now. I’m

Interview with Tattoo Artist Liv Frost |

24-year-old tattooist Liv Frost works out of Tattoo HQ, Chesterfield, UK where she creates amazing blackwork tattoos. We chat to Liv about her recognisable style and love for patterns found in nature… When did you start tattooing and what made you want to join the industry? I joined Tattoo HQ seven years ago in March. I had

Visual Artist: Ginger Taylor |

28-year-old Ginger Taylor is a freelance visual artist from Sydney Australia. We chat to Ginger about the art she makes, what inspires her and tattoos… How long have you been a visual artist and how did you become one? I’ve been properly freelance for just over two years now. I started out sign writing at JbHifi about three years ago

Tattoo Artist Fede Gas | The official blog for Things&Ink

November 23, 2018 Known for his realism tattoos, 38-year-old tattoo artist Federico Andújar, aka Fede Gas works out of Gas Tattoo Studio in Seville. In this interview he tells us about how he started in the business and what he loves most about tattooing… I’ve been tattooing since 2006, so 12 years now. In the beginning I

Tattoo Artist Myra Brodsky | The official blog for Things&Ink

New York tattoo artist Myra Brodsky has created a line of spooky inspired tattoos titled Cabinet of Curiosities, which features ghouls, goblins and 19th century magic. Strongly influenced by art nouveau and the Victorian age, Brodsky has developed a style that is feminine, classic yet dark… I’m not interested in making little girls happy in the simplest way, and if I was I