The Art of Ink: Biomechanical

(epic music) – The long sweeping organic repeating patterns really, really appeal to me. There’s often a lot of hosey, serpentine shapes. What people see when they look at a biomechanical tattoo is I don’t know what that is. Then they almost immediately go, is that a dragon. – The way it changes the musculature,…

The Art of Ink: Watercolor

(mellow indie rock music) – [Woman] I’ve always thought differently about tattooing, right from the very beginning. It didn’t make sense to me to be constantly putting the same images on people. It was interesting to me to give people more options about what they could get tattooed. – [Woman] I was always really interested…

The Art of Ink: Japanese

– [Taki] I think I’ve always been creative. I’ve always liked drawing. I’ve liked creating things. You know, I’ve been tattooed now more years than I haven’t. I’ve been tattooing for almost two decades. I think it’s wonderful that people all over the world can relate to this art form. – [Luke] I do feel…

The Art of Ink: Trash Polka

(introductory music) – [Narrator] It’s so different, so clean and classy and beautiful and abstract and all of the things that make tattooing loose and tight and fine and wonderful. – [Nic] People tend to think the body has restrictions on certain points, and the whole point of Trash Polka, is to look at the…