August, 2011

Academic Ink

August 31 2011

Dr Matt Lodder is seeking proposals for papers for a forthcoming conference session at the Association of Art Historians conference in the UK, entitled “Tattoo Art History”. He is particularly interested in receiving papers that deal with particular aspects of… [ read more ]

Inked Girls Goes California Crazy

August 30 2011

We’re teaming up with Inked Girls photographer Sean Rosenthal to bring you the September/October issue release party of Inked Girls in Costa Mesa, California. We’re hitting up Scott’s on September 15th to celebrate the issue, and we want to invite… [ read more ]

Amber Rose Answers Your Questions

August 29 2011

We’ve never done it before, but we wanted to give our readers the opportunity to interview gorgeous goddess Amber Rose. The image above was taken last night at the MTV Video Music Awards in Los Angeles with her boyfriend (and… [ read more ]

Kreayshawn Talks Food Tattoos and More

August 26 2011

Hip-hop sensation Kreayshawn is popping up everywhere, like in the new issue of INKED on stands now! You can also catch her on the MTV VMAs live on the red carpet this Sunday. Kreayshawn recently sat down backstage at KMEL… [ read more ]

New York Earthquake Inspires Tattoo

August 25 2011

If you live in the northeastern part of the United States, you definitely remember the earthquake that hit on Tuesday afternoon. “My whole shop [Citizen Ink Studios in Sheepshead Bay] was swaying back and forth,” said Joe Khay to the… [ read more ]

No Tattoos for NFL Star Cam Newton

August 24 2011

In a recent interview with Charlie Rose of PBS, No. 1 draft pick Cam Newton said that Carolina Panthers owner Jerry Richardson asked him to stay clear of tattoos and piercings. Newton, who does not currently have any ink, had… [ read more ]

Megan Fox’s Marilyn Obsession

August 23 2011

Reasoning behind Megan Fox’s mysteriously disappearing Marilyn Monroe tattoo is revealed. The inked-up actress who was a huge fan of the hollywood legend has decided to get the legend’s face removed from her arm. “It’s a negative character, as [Marilyn… [ read more ]