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The Great Killer Ink Easter Egg Hunt

Easter is coming, so we’re inviting you all to an egg hunt!

To get you in the Easter mood, we’re going to be hiding three prize eggs throughout our website, so get ready for the hunt!

If you’re lucky enough to find an Easter egg, simply enter your details and you’ll be automatically entered into a competition to win one of three vouchers to spend with Killer Ink Tattoo.

We have vouchers worth £100 and £200 hidden inside bronze and silver eggs, while the hardest to find gold Easter egg will contain a £300 voucher!

If we’re feeling particularly generous, we might even give out a few clues on our social media channels

Our Easter competition will run from Sunday 9th April until midnight Sunday 17th April (Easter Sunday), with three lucky winners being announced on Tuesday 18th April.

Happy hunting!


Away from the fun and games, we need to let you know about some changes to our opening hours and delivery times during the Easter holidays.

We will be closed on Good Friday (14/4) and the Easter Weekend (15/4 & 16/4), but will reopen on Easter Monday (17/4) for regular office hours.

In terms of our Easter delivery times, any orders placed for standard delivery on Thursday 13th April will arrive on Tuesday 18th April.

Furthermore, orders placed between Friday 14th April and Monday 17th April cannot be despatched until Tuesday 18th April.

That’s all on the information front, so if you’re still unsure, just get in touch with us and we’ll run through it with you!

Sponsored Artist of the Month – Debora Cherrys

When it comes to neo-traditional tattoo artists, there is only one queen, and her name is Debora Cherrys.

Based in Madrid, Spain, Killer Ink sponsored artist Debora Cherrys started on the road to becoming a multi-award-winning tattoo artist in May 2012 and currently works at La Mujer Barbuda tattoo shop in Getafe.

Although Debora says that she wants to be identified with both realism and neo-traditional styles, it’s the latter that has been catching the eye on social media and at conventions.

At the recent Limerick Tattoo Convention, Debora’s incredible neo-trad pieces won her ‘Best of Saturday’, ‘Best of Sunday’ and ‘Best of Show’ – an incredible feat!


While the awards that she has received over the years are a testament to the quality of her tattoos, they don’t fully do Debora justice. She may be one of the best artists in the world, but she’s also one of the nicest tattooists around, always seen at conventions with a big smile on her face and love for her work.

It’s just another reason why we’re proud that she is a Killer Ink sponsored artist!

If you want to check out more of Debora Cherrys’ work, visit her Facebook and Instagram pages.


An Introduction to the Bristol Tattoo Club

When it comes to tattooing institutions, none are as well-known and have as much history as the Bristol Tattoo Club.

The Bristol Tattoo Club, or BTC for short, was the brainchild of the Champion Tattoo Artist of All Great Britain, the legendary Les Skuse.

Les had the original idea for the BTC back in 1951, but it wasn’t until 1953 that the Club was formally started.


The BTC had one main purpose: to heighten the awareness of the good in tattooing and attempt to get away from the misconception that only ‘bad people’ or those in the armed forces had tattoos.

And so, the Bristol Tattoo Club was born, holding its first ever tattoo convention at the White Horse public house in Bristol, before moving to a larger establishment in the years to come.

After many years of successful conventions in Bristol, Les Skuse took the Bristol Tattoo Club across the pond to America, where it had many famous tattoo artist fans like Sailor Jerry Collins and Tattoo Jack.

Les ran the BTC until his death in 1973, when his son Danny (Les Skuse Jr) took over the Presidency. After a more subdued operation, Danny handed the reins over to the latest President, Jimmie Skuse, who began to transform the Bristol Tattoo Club back to its glory days.


The Bristol Tattoo Club is not just about conventions, however. To this day, the Club manufacturers quality old school coil tattoo machines – many of which can be ordered via the Killer Ink Tattoo website.

We also stock a reference book that is a tribute to the old school flash designs of Les Skuse, as well as a book chronicling the history and art of legendary tattoo artist Joseph Hartley, compiled by BTC President Jimmie Skuse.

If you’re interested in joining the Bristol Tattoo Club, you can find out more information by visiting their website

Damian Gorski – Ushuaia Tattoo London

Ushuaia Tattoo London is the home to some of the UK’s finest artists, including abstract/realism virtuoso Damian Gorski, one of Killer Ink’s sponsored artists and owner of the studio.

We headed back down to London recently and made our way to Fulham to film Damian working on an awesome new tattoo using our supplies.

Check out the video below to see one of his latest pieces!

Damian Gorski has been working as a professional tattoo artist since 2013 and always dreamt of opening his own studio. He turned the dream into reality when he opened Ushuaia Tattoo London in Fulham.

About to celebrate its one year anniversary in April, Ushuaia Tattoo London has been a great success with incredible resident artists working in the studio and many international artists guest spotting.

But let’s not forget about Damian Gorski, aka Gorsky, who has produced some of the best realism, surrealism and abstract tattoos, both in colour and black and grey, over the last few years.

He’s also picked up numerous awards for his tattoos, including ‘2nd Best Realistic’ at the first ever Tattoo Collective convention in London last month.


Karina Cuba - Stigma-Rotary® Pro Artist

We got the chance to interview Stigma-Rotary® Pro Artist Karina Cuba at the 2017 Milano Tattoo Convention and talk to her about her favourite Stigma® machines, as well as the new Soldier and cartridges.

After shooting our feature for the convention, we went to find Karina as the day was winding down and she was working on a stunning rose tattoo.

Karina is a Stigma-Rotary® Pro Artist, so we wanted to get her thoughts on the new Stigma® Soldier and Advanced Cartridge System.

Check out the video below to see what Karina was working on in Milan and what she thinks of the new Stigma-Rotary® products.

What we got up to at The Tattoo Collective…

We headed down to London recently for a brand-new convention that celebrates the best of British and Irish tattoo artists: The Tattoo Collective.

Fresh from the minds behind the London Tattoo Convention, The Tattoo Collective took place over three days at the Old Truman Brewery in London.

Many of the best British and Irish tattoo artists attended The Tattoo Collective, including numerous Killer Ink Tattoo sponsored artists that we were glad to catch up with!

What made the convention even better was six of our sponsored artists picking up awards at the show for some incredible pieces.


We were super excited and proud of Ryan ‘The Scientist’ Smith, who won ‘Best of Show’ at The Tattoo Collective with his amazing leg piece (top left)! If you want to see more of his work, make sure to keep an eye out for our upcoming videos…

Sam Barber’s Taboo-inspired chest piece (top centre) came runner-up in the ‘Best of Show’ category, so a massive shout out to her as well!

Killer Ink Tattoo was represented in the ‘Best Realism’ awards too: Damian Gorski took second place with a dope black and grey tattoo (top right). Good timing, too, as we have a video with Damian on the way this month…

Over in the ‘Best Ornamental’ category, Killer Ink sponsored artists Adem Senturk (bottom left) and Clara Sinclair (bottom centre) came second and third, respectively.

Rounding off our sponsored artist winners at The Tattoo Collective was Piotr Dedel, third place ‘Best Black & Grey’ for a killer sleeve he did (bottom right).

Congratulations again to all of our sponsored artists who won an award at The Tattoo Collective and a final big shout out to Miki Vialetto for putting on another great convention!


Sponsored Artist of the Month – Sandra Daukshta

Did you know that Latvia is home to Europe’s widest waterfall? More importantly, it’s the country that brought us the incredible tattoo artist Sandra Daukshta!

Sandra started tattooing in her home country before moving to the biggest Latvian tattoo parlour, Home of Tattoos, in capital city Riga.

2017 saw her up sticks and move to France with boyfriend and fellow tattoo artist Mihail Neverovs. They both began a residency at Clermont-Ferrand-based Noire Ink, which is run by another Killer Ink sponsored artist, Thomas Carli-Jarlier, and his wife Vasilisa Carli-Jarlier.


Sandra Daukshta is known for her awesome colour realism work, especially when it comes to realistic animal tattoos.

We caught up with Sandra at the 2017 Milano Tattoo Convention, which saw her take ‘2nd Best of Saturday’ for an awesome monkey with butterfly wings tattoo!

Make sure you also check out her full colour back piece that she’s been working on, it’s incredible!

For more of Sandra Daukshta’s work, head over to her Facebook and Instagram pages.


Killer Ink Tattoo at the Milano Tattoo Convention

Milan may be known as a fashion capital, but they sure know how to put on a killer tattoo convention!

We headed over to Italy at the start of February for the 22nd annual Milano Tattoo Convention, which this year changed venue and was held at the largest convention centre in Europe, the Milano Congressi.

Over the three days, we shot this video that features some of our good friends and sponsored artists working on some awesome tattoos.

Check it out below!

The cherry on top of the 2017 Milano Tattoo Convention cake was our sponsored artist Ryan Smith taking the ‘Best of Show’ prize with an incredible collaboration piece with fellow artist Jay Freestyle.

Prizes also went to our sponsored artists Debora Cherrys (‘Best of Friday’) and Sandra Daukshta (‘2nd Best of Saturday’), while our good friend Benjamin Laukis took ‘Best of Saturday’.

Make sure to check out our social media accounts to see what conventions we’ll be attending next!


Sponsored Artist of the Month – Christos Galiropoulos

There’s three things we love about Greece: hot weather, Feta cheese, and our good friend Christos Galiropoulos. In that order…

We’re going to be putting one of our sponsored artists under the spotlight every month, so what better way to start than with our Greek friend Christos.

Known for his realistic tattoos and killer black and grey work, Christos started tattooing in 2011 and currently owns his own tattoo studio, Blackline Tattoo, in Lamia, Greece.


Christos has been interested in all forms of art since the age of 15 and worked as a graphic designer before deciding to pursue a career as a tattoo artist.

A meeting with a tattoo artist in a well-known studio in Athens during the summer of 2010 set Christos on his way to becoming the quality artist that he is today, and he hasn’t looked back.

After opening his own tattoo studio, Blackline Tattoo, in June 2011, Christos has produced some of the best black and grey and realistic work in Europe. Each piece along the way has been made possible with Killer Ink Tattoo supplies and his sponsorship with Cheyenne Professional Tattoo Equipment and Hustle Butter Deluxe.

You can see more of Christos Galiropoulos’ work on his Facebook and Instagram pages.


I Love You Pumpkin... Valentine’s Day Competition

All right, everybody be cool, this is a competition!

To all of those Pumpkins and Honey Bunnies out there, do you want to be in with the chance of winning dinner for two, courtesy of Killer Ink Tattoo?

We’re running a Pulp Fiction-themed Valentine’s Day competition over on Facebook page for the chance to win a romantic dinner for two up to €150.

Looks like the oysters are on us! They’re an aphrodisiac, right...?

To enter and be in with the chance of winning, just head over to our Facebook page and simply like and share our competition post. Don’t forget to tag the Pumpkin/Honey Bunny that you’ll be taking!

If you win, maybe you can treat your significant other to a classy meal at a restaurant? We’d recommend steering clear of your local diner though...

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