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The Kaos Theory Project Video Series

We were down at No Regrets Studio in London back in July to film the first edition of “The Kaos Theory Project” from our sponsored artist Ryan ‘The Scientist’ Smith.

The ambitious event featured six world class tattoo artists coming together for an intense week of collaborations.

Joining Ryan Smith at the studio were Benjamin Laukis, Jay Freestyle, Jenna Kerr, Julian Siebert, and Jorge Becerra.

As well as filming each collaboration, we shot and edited a round-up video which goes into further detail about the Kaos Theory Project.

Check the videos out below!

The Kaos Theory Project Teaser

A little taste of what is to come in the first edition of the Kaos Theory Project video series!

Benjamin Laukis & Julian Siebert

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Jay Freestyle & Jenna Kerr

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Ryan Smith & Jay Freestyle

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Jay Freestyle & Julian Siebert

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Jorge Becerra & Benjamin Laukis

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Ryan Smith & Jenna Kerr

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Julian Siebert & Jenna Kerr

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Ryan Smith & Jorge Becerra

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Jorge Becerra & Jay Freestyle

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Jenna Kerr & Benjamin Laukis

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The Kaos Theory Project

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Hustle Butter Deluxe

Whether you’re a hustler or not, you should already know about the number one tattoo care product…

But just in case, we’re going to tell you about Hustle Butter Deluxe anyway!

Hustle Butter Deluxe is a 100% natural tattoo care product which reduces redness and promotes healing on contact.

The vegan-friendly butter is a replacement for petroleum-based tattoo care products, made from organic ingredients such as mango, coconut, papaya and other shea butters.

Hustle Butter Deluxe is for use before, during and after the tattoo process. Prep the skin with a little of the butter before tattooing your client, use some more as a tattoo lubricant during the process and then apply liberally to care for the finished work after.

You can order Hustle Butter Deluxe from Killer Ink Tattoo – we have the tattoo care in 5oz (150ml) and 1oz (30ml) tubs, as well as 0.25oz (7.5ml) packettes that are perfect for travelling tattooists.


So just where did Hustle Butter Deluxe originate? Well the product was launched back in February 2012 over in Brooklyn, New York City by co-founders (and our good friends) Richie Bulldog and Seth Love.

In fact, the 2017 London Tattoo Convention this month marks the 5th anniversary of the European launch of Hustle Butter Deluxe!

The supreme hustlers are also behind the Luxury Hustle Wear clothing range, also available to order from Killer Ink Tattoo and most recently featuring designs from international tattoo artist El Whyner.

The previous Luxury Hustle Wear range featured designs from Hustle Butter Deluxe and Killer Ink Tattoo sponsored artist Anrijs Straume.


Away from tattoo care and fashion, Richie and Seth also run two New York-based Hustlers Parlour tattoo studios in Brooklyn and the Bronx, all of which have seen some of the biggest names in the industry guesting at.

Richie was also the M.C. for this year’s Liverpool Tattoo Convention, bringing the hustle to our hometown crowds.

You can’t knock the hustle!

Reference Skulls by Skull Shoppe

Looking for a skull for tattooing and other art form reference? We stock a great range of replicas from Skull Shoppe!

Each and every one of our skull replicas are hand-finished in natural bone colour, with each featuring distinguishing looks or markings.

For example, mandibles can be removed, some skulls have deviated septums and one even has tool marks for a distinctive look.

As well as being great points of reference for tattoo designs and other drawings, our skulls are also perfect for studio decorations – maybe even a practical joke or two!

For an example of an artist using Skull Shoppe replicas for artistic reference, check out the poster below by tattooist Emily Wood (Em BlackHeart) for the 2018 Brighton Tattoo Convention.

Emily designed the poster using only two biro pens and Skull Shoppe’s ‘Adult Female Caucasian’ skull as a reference.

Sponsored Artist of the Month – Gunnar V

From Iceland to Norway… no, Killer Ink Tattoo isn’t going on a Nordic road trip, we’re talking about the career of our sponsored artist Gunnar Valdimarsson, aka Gunnar V.

Gunnar V started his full time tattooing career at the Icelandic Tattoo corp., his local tattoo studio in Reykjavik, back in April 2011 after quitting his job as an Audio Engineer/Graphic Designer.

Although mostly self-taught, Gunnar has taken advice and inspiration from tattoo artists like Dmitriy Samohin and Jon Pall, learning their techniques and adapting his own style from theirs.

Fast forward to November 2014 and Gunnar V opened up his own private studio in Oslo, Norway called Element Tattoo, along with fellow artist Christine Marie.

Since then, Gunnar has consistently produced some of the best colour and black and grey realism pieces that we’ve ever seen – all with the help of Killer Ink Tattoo supplies.

His popularity has seen famous clients like Iceland national football team captain Aron Gunnarsson come to him for some new ink. In fact, at least three other members of the Icelandic men’s football team have now been inked by Gunnar V!

You can check out Gunnar V’s awesome tattoos on his Facebook and Instagram pages.

Deauville Tattoo Festival & Tatcon Blackpool

Last weekend was a busy one for Killer Ink Tattoo sponsored artists, with over 10 tattooists picking up awards at the Deauville Tattoo Festival in France and Tatcon Blackpool here in the UK.

We have so many killer sponsored artists that it comes as no surprise to us when one or more picks up an award at some of the biggest tattoo conventions in Europe.

Two of our artists managed to take home ‘Best of Show’ at the conventions in Deauville and Blackpool, so our biggest congratulations go out to them!

So, let’s break it down…

Deauville Tattoo Festival

Taking place between August 19th and 20th this year was the first edition of the Deauville Tattoo Festival, held at the Centre International de Deauville in France.

The first ever Deauville show proved to be a big success for Killer Ink sponsored artists, with six tattooists picking up awards.

The top prize for ‘Best of Show’ went to Latvian artist Sandra Daukshta for an incredible fox and rabbit piece, while her boyfriend Mihails Neverovs claimed ‘2nd Best Realistic’ for his two-day tattoo.

The dream team of Ryan ‘The Scientist’ Smith and Jenna Kerr took ‘Best Collaboration’ for their stunning work, with Christos Galiropoulos winning ‘Best Black & Grey’.

Rounding off the results were French artists Calvin Moktar, Thomas Carli-Jarlier and Billy Scumest Vicarivs (BSV, from La Machine Infernale studio), who went home with ‘Best of Saturday’, ‘Best Realism’ and ‘3rd Best Ornamental’, respectively.

Not bad for a weekend away in France…

Tatcon Blackpool

A little closer to home was Tatcon Blackpool 2017, held from August 18th to the 20th in Norbreck Castle Hotel.

At this year’s Blackpool tattoo convention, we watched our sponsored artist Damian Gorski walk away with ‘Best of Show’ and ‘Best Large Colour’ for a dope abstract colour realism piece that he did using Killer Ink Tattoo supplies.

Grindhouse Tattoo Productions went home happy after their artists Kyle ‘Egg’ Williams and Alex Wright claimed three awards between them. Kyle won ‘2nd Best Portrait’ and ‘Best of Show Public’, while Alex triumphed in a tattoo duel against fellow artist Gavin Clarke.

That wasn’t all, however, as Mark Bester then cleaned house, picking up four awards including ‘Best Female Composition’, ‘2nd Best of Show’ and ‘3rd Best Large Colour’.

All in all, another great couple of conventions for Killer Ink Tattoo sponsored artists!

Sandra Daukshta & Christos Galiropoulos Interviews

In the midst of all the action at this year's Cantal Ink convention, we pulled aside our sponsored artists Sandra Daukshta and Christos Galiropoulos for a couple of quick interviews.

We spoke about tattoos, inspirations and future plans when we interviewed Sandra and Christos.

Check out the two videos below!

Sandra Daukshta

Colour realism artist Sandra Daukshta was a guest judge at this year’s Cantal Ink convention. We had to ask her about a certain full back piece that went big online!

Christos Galiropoulos

He started tattooing after he left the army, now Christos Galiropoulos is a renowned artist who runs his own studio in Greece. Check out his Lemmy tattoo from the convention!


EGO Rotary Tattoo Machines

Forget the Bermuda Triangle, even the Illuminati symbol… there’s only one three-sided shape that matters in the world of tattooing and that’s the remarkable EGO “power triangle”.

The power triangle system features in all tattoo machines built by EGO Rotary, a UK based manufacturer led by tattoo artist Bez from Triplesix Studios in Sunderland.

Each and every EGO Rotary tattoo machine is super lightweight with wrist-friendly, ergonomic designs, but it’s the power triangle that really catches the eye.


When you open a package containing a new EGO Rotary tattoo machine, you’ll also receive a variety of different power triangle, with each colour signifying a different density of rubber. This allows artists to configure their EGO machines exactly how they want it, in terms of give and throw.

You can get creative with various rubber combinations to perfect the machine’s lining and shading capabilities to your preference. The power triangle system efficiently replicates the front and back spring system from coil tattoo machines.

So, to put it simply, with an EGO Rotary tattoo machine, you’re getting the reliability and consistency of a rotary machine with the same workability of a coil counterpart.


The brand has really come far over the years, with the latest models, the EGO V2 Plus and V3 Vertex Plus, proving to be a big hit with tattoo artists, thanks to their high quality and perfect balance and needle control.

Tattoo artist and EGO head honcho Bez wanted to create a machine that could be held like a pen, with the same comfort and ease of use. Ask any artists who have tried an EGO Rotary machine if he succeeded, and they will unequivocally and enthusiastically say “yes”.


But that’s not all. Although EGO has built a solid reputation for its rotary machine, it has also designed and produced various disposable and non-disposable grips, as well as a grip for the iPad Pro and standard pencils.

Bez is certainly a busy man when it comes to firing out new and innovative ideas, and if EGO’s latest rotary tattoo machines are anything to go by, we can expect to see some bold new products on the horizon.

Sponsored Artist of the Month – Guido Schmitz

Just like the style he is known for, trash polka specialist Guido Schmitz hails from Germany, but these days you can find him working his way across Europe at various conventions and guest spots.

Travelling tattoo artist Guido has honed his style over the years, resulting in work featuring the distinctive black and red stylings of trash polka.

Trash polka has its roots in Guido’s homeland of Germany, so perhaps it’s only fitting that he has taken this style and ran with it, constantly producing some of the most incredible black and red tattoos around.

Guido Schmitz has worked at various German studios like Jenny B’s Tattoo in Kassel, Da Silva Tattoo in Bielefeld, Moni Marino’s Black Barock in Essen, and Oliver Lonien’s studio in Trier. These days however, he can mostly be found working across Europe at some of the biggest tattoo conventions and guest spotting at various studios.

That’s not all for Guido, as he will be opening his own private studio in Kassel, Germany at the start of September!


We managed to catch up with Guido at the 2017 Liverpool Tattoo Convention (he features in our video), while his most recent success came at the Unique Art Festival in Finland, where he won ‘Best Abstract’ and ‘2nd Best of Friday’. We also saw him win ‘Best Abstract’ at this year’s Northern Ireland Tattoo Convention.

To create his avant-garde pieces, Guido uses various supplies from Killer Ink Tattoo, including Cheyenne HAWK machines, World Famous Ink, Hustle Butter Deluxe, Cleany Skin tattoo wipes, Squidster skin markers, and Stencil Forte.

Make sure to check out Guido Schmitz’s killer trash polka tattoos on his Facebook and Instagram pages.


Killer Ink Tattoo at Cantal Ink

If you’re going to set up a tattoo convention, what better place to hold it than a quaint little village in south-central France?

We jetted over the Channel at the beginning of July for Cantal Ink, aka the Chaudes-Aigues International Tattoo Festival in France, and shot our latest video!

It features some of our sponsored artists, awesome tattoos, incredible scenery, and men on stunt bikes, so make sure to check it out!

Cantal Ink was the brainchild of its current President and Killer Ink sponsored artist Stéphane Chaudesaigues, first taking place back in 2013.

Nowadays, Cantal Ink features some of the world’s most renowned tattoo artists in an idyllic setting, and our artists did pretty well when it came to the competitions at this year’s festival.

Thomas Carli-Jarlier from Noire Ink won ‘Best of Sunday’ and ‘2nd Best of Show’ at the convention, while fellow French artists Calvin Moktar and Angelique Grimm went home with 2nd and 3rd ‘Best of Saturday’, respectively.

Make sure to check out our conventions page and social media accounts to keep up to date with what conventions and events we will be attending in the future!


Dermalize PRO

Making sure a tattoo is looked after correctly once inked into the skin is a critical part of the tattooing process, and that’s where Dermalize PRO comes in.

Dermalize is a tattoo aftercare solution for the initial healing stage of a tattoo. The film acts as a second skin to protect tattoo wounds from germs and bacteria, while also allowing the skin to breathe, thanks to its permeability.

By locking in the body’s natural fluids and enzymes, Dermalize PRO assists the skin to heal naturally from the inside out, guaranteeing beautifully-healed tattoos.

The thin self-adhesive film is light to wear, flexible and stretchable, allowing it to be placed anywhere on the body and stay there for up to several days.

Dermalize PRO will prevent scabbing, any risk of infection, possibility of rubbing clothes and any other external factors that will damage the tattoo. It really is a key part of the tattoo healing process.


This killer product is available in a roll (Dermalize PRO) or a pack of five pre-cut sheets. If you opt for the roll, you just need to cut an amount that will cover your clients tattoo – it’s as simple as that!

Some of the world’s most renowned artists like Randy Engelhard, Alex de Pase and Jeff Gogue, as well as Killer Ink sponsored artists Anrijs Straume, Ralf Nonnweiler, Sam Barber and many more, have tested and used Dermalize for a considerable time now.

Each artist has encountered incredible results in their healed tattoo work thanks to the film, with the likes of Anrijs heaping praise upon the aftercare product. We recommend rubbing on some Hustle Butter Deluxe prior to applying Dermalize PRO for best results!

Try using Dermalize on your next tattoo and see how it compares to standard cling film and other dressings – we’re sure you’ll be impressed!


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