Tattoos

  • Tattoos by Justin Hartman

    With a background in animation and an affinity for re-creating comic book images, Justin Hartman has created a style all his own. With a vintage look set in the neo-traditional style of tattooing, Hartman gave us some solid insight in… [ read more ]

    07/17/14
  • Tattoos Inspired by Hunter S. Thompson

    On July 18th, 1937 Hunter S. Thompson was born in Louisville, Ky. In his lifetime Thompson redefined what journalism could be as he became the official spokesman of the counterculture. Thompson is most famous for writing Fear and Loathing in… [ read more ]

    07/17/14
  • The Sex Issue with Christy Mack

    Former tattooed porn starlet Christy Mack teases Inked magazine’s hot summer Sex Issue—on newsstands now! Check out our feature article with Christy here. 

    07/17/14
  • Musical Tattoos

    At first glance one would believe that a visual art such as tattooing would have little to do with an auditory art like music, but you would be mistaken. The love of both tattoos and music is often driven by… [ read more ]

    07/15/14
  • Tattoos by Dan Hazelton

    Dan Hazelton has had his work featured in everything from Freshly Inked to Ripley’s Believe It or Not.  Famous for his own stylized version of biomechanical tattoos (which he self-titles as “Hazelmech”), Hazelton is one of the most innovative and… [ read more ]

    07/15/14
  • Jessica Rabbit Tattoos

    Who Framed Roger Rabbit is one of the most innovational films for CGI and animation.  Combining real actors with cartoon images, viewers were able to watch the cast jump between the real and fictional while falling in love with the… [ read more ]

    07/15/14
  • Male Leg Tattoos

    We’ve previously featured a gallery of our favorite ladies sporting ink on their legs and figured that it wasn’t fair to leave the boys out. Since legs are so large they give tattooers quite a lot of skin to work… [ read more ]

    07/14/14