• Hitting the Road with Kyle Dunbar: Don’t Get That Name Tattoo!

    Former Ink Master contestant Kyle Dunbar has packed up his tattoo equipment and hit the road looking for adventure. With his family in tow, Dunbar will be traveling the country and trying to make a living as a roving tattoo artist. Over the coming… [ read more ]

  • Clap Your Hands for These Tattoos

    It takes guts to get a tattoo on your hand. Not only is it going to hurt like the Dickens, but unless you live in Antarctica and wear gloves constantly hand tattoos are always on display. Of course, if your… [ read more ]

  • Girl of the Day: Willow Rayne Makes Everything Sexy

    Today’s Girl of the Day is so sexy that her beauty shines through regardless of the situation. Willow posing in the middle of the woods near an abandoned car? Hot. Willow hanging out in a tattered Misfits tee? Gorgeous. Willow… [ read more ]

  • How Adorable is this Tattooed Bride and Groom?

    How adorable is this tattooed bride and groom? Answer: Extremely adorable! On your special day, dress up and show off your ink, just like this incredibly cute couple did on their wedding day.  Rock your sleeves and back pieces all… [ read more ]

  • Urban Meyer Plans Some Ink to Celebrate National Championship

    Forget going to Disneyland, Urban Meyer is headed to the tattoo parlor. Now that Meyer has coached his Ohio State Buckeyes to an unlikely National Championship he needs to make good on his promise to get some ink. Shortly after… [ read more ]

  • Girl of the Day: The Lovely Deleyna Bares All

    Don’t you hate it when you go to play pool at the local watering hole and the table is occupied? Well, something tells us that you wouldn’t complain so heartily if instead of a couple of knuckleheads struggling to keep… [ read more ]

  • Generation ‘My Way’ & The Fall of Tattoo Barriers

    According to a survey conducted by Lightspeed Research, women are outnumbering men these days when it comes to ink. 59% of women polled had at least one tattoo.  For men, that number was 41%. As the traditional societal stigmas related… [ read more ]