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Featured Artist: Babiery Hernandez

His signature style includes bold lines and bright colors; all accompanied with a great amount of detail and dimension.

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Three Things Our Balm is Great For

Did you know It’s not just for tattoos?

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Featured Artist: Wilson Chacon

Wilson approaches each tattoo as a collaboration with his client and especially enjoys the challenge of taking on more complicated pieces that other artists have turned away.

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Featured Artist: Jhon Campuzano

His work focuses on portraits and surrealism with an incredible amount of finely tuned detail.

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A Pain Guide for Getting Your New Tattoo

Check out this diagram to see where tattooing can be most (and least) comfortable.

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Your Frequently Asked Questions about Tattoo Healing — Answered

Check out these important tips to ensure your tattoo heals beautifully and your skin is protected.

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Uncovering Cover-Up Tattoos

We interviewed Tattoo Goo Hall of Fame Artists Trudy Lines and Mike Evans to see how you can take your old tattoo from ‘ick’ to ‘siiick’ by getting freshly inked.

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Why Petroleum Jelly is not a Friend to Your Tattoo

As with most decisions, an informed choice is always the best choice. Especially when it comes to something as personal as your skin.

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Featured Artist: Duffy Fortner

Duffy is a self-proclaimed “tattoo brat” having grown up in the industry — her parents started Red Octopus Tattoos in 1992, when Duffy was six years old.

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