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Best Rotary Tattoo Machines 2020

With so many rotary tattoo machines to choose from, it can be hard to know which is the best fit for you, so we’re going to run through the best rotary tattoo machines that are available to order from Killer Ink Tattoo in 2020 to help you find your next machine!

There are a number of benefits to working with rotary machines, with many tattoo artists enjoying the low maintenance and ease of use. But no matter which rotary tattoo machine you choose to order from our online shop, you can be sure that it will serve you for years to come!

What are the Best Rotary Tattoo Machines in 2020?

When it comes down to finding the best rotary tattoo machine for you, it really comes down to personal preference, but our guide will help you find a machine that you will enjoy using for years to come.

However, if you need some more information regarding our range of rotary tattoo machines or need some help choosing the best one for you then get in touch with us today!

Stigma-Rotary® Shot

Stigma-Rotary® had an incredible busy 2019, launching not one but two new tattoo machines, alongside a range of click and disposable grips.

The most recent machine offering from Stigma® was the Shot, which brought some nifty new features to the tattooing market.

The Stigma-Rotary® Shot is the only direct drive tattoo machine around with a stroke length that is quick and easy to adjust without the need to exchange parts or use tools. By simply twisting the motor, you can adjust the stroke length of the Stigma Shot on the fly from 3 to 4 mm.

This rotary is also the only direct drive machine with forced stay up function for standard needles and cartridges, which means that the needles always stop at the upper position. This function makes the Shot the safest direct drive machine available to order.

Stigma-Rotary® Thorn

Just before the launch of the Shot was the Stigma-Rotary® Thorn - a pen-style rotary tattoo machine that is the size and shape of a grip.

Measuring just 9.3 cm in length, 32.5 mm in diameter at its largest point, and weighing only 115 grams, it literally feels like you’re holding just a grip.

The Stigma-Rotary® Thorn is an all-round master with its fixed 3.5 mm stroke, solid hit and smooth running. We also offer versions with a 3 and 4 mm stroke length.

Cheyenne Sol Luna & Sol Terra

Cheyenne Professional Tattoo Equipment caused a stir last year with a double tattoo machine release: the Sol Luna and Sol Terra.

These two rotary tattoo machines are able to run at low speeds from 25 hertz. Operate the machines on lower speeds for styles such as dot work and colour realism, or turn it up higher for fuller and more intense lines.

Both rotary machines have two operating modes, known as HardDrive and SENSIDRIVE. These modes allow you to choose between working at a controlled or regulated speed by altering the motor control.

With the HardDrive function, your machine will run at a controlled speed, with no give and a consistent hard hit. Turning the SensiSwitch will enable the new SENSIDRIVE function, meaning that the speed of the machine will be adjusted depending on the surface that you’re tattooing. This is due to the motor reacting more sensitively to the resistance of the skin.

The overall purpose of SENSIDRIVE is to emulate give. So if you’re tattooing a tougher area on the skin, your machine will have a harder hit. If you’re tattooing a softer part of the body, your machine hit will be softer.

The main difference between these two rotary tattoo machines is the stroke length. The Cheyenne Sol Terra has a 4 mm stroke length, making it a great liner and colour packer. On the other hand, the Cheyenne Sol Luna offers a 2.5 mm stroke length, therefore optimising its ability for black and grey shading .

Cheyenne Sol Nova

As with the much-loved Cheyenne HAWK Pen, the new Cheyenne Sol Nova rotary tattoo machine has an ergonomic, pen-like shape. Compared to the Pen, however, the Sol Nova boasts more power and softer handling.

By shifting the weight of the machine to the front, Cheyenne has given the Sol Nova perfect balance, allowing for optimum control and accuracy.

The powerful brushless DC motor within the Cheyenne Sol Nova packs a punch, resulting in faster ink saturation. Even with this powerful motor, the quiet and soft operational mode of the Sol Nova means that it remains gentle on the skin, therefore allowing for a faster healing process.

Cheyenne HAWK Pen

As previously mentioned, the Cheyenne HAWK Pen is well-loved by tattoo artists around the globe and has been since the debut of the prototype back in 2014.

The Cheyenne HAWK Pen was the first-ever pen-style rotary tattoo machine and is still one of the best in its category today.

The idea of the pen-like shape was to give artists the closest feel to an actual pen that you could with a tattoo machine. For this reason, tattoo artists have found that they have more control and accuracy when using the HAWK Pen.

Cheyenne HAWK, HAWK Spirit & HAWK Thunder

Before they conceived of a pen-shaped tattoo machine, Cheyenne was well-known for its three HAWK-branded rotary machines: the HAWK, HAWK Spirit, and HAWK Thunder.

The HAWK was Cheyenne’s first rotary tattoo machine and the company has now honoured its legacy with a special edition re-release to celebrate its 10th anniversary.

Following on from this iconic machine was the Cheyenne HAWK Spirit, a light and flexible rotary that is great for all aspects of tattooing.

The HAWK Spirit is a true all-rounder machine, delivering fast strokes and quick punctures, while also being incredibly easy to use.

Next up was the Cheyenne HAWK Thunder, another superb all-rounder rotary tattoo machine that excelled at lining, shading and colouring work.

Cheyenne increased the stroke length of the HAWK Thunder tattoo machine up to 4mm, which makes it one of the best rotaries for colour packing and solid black work.

EGO Switch V2

The Switch is EGO Rotary's long-awaited pen-style tattoo machine and the world's first machine to feature an in-built ON-OFF switch!

The EGO Switch V2 has two modes. Mode one is constant power on, meaning that you control the power of the machine via your power supply with a foot switch. Mode two is Switch mode, which allows you to turn the power on and off via the switch at the top of the machine. One press engages the power, and it will stay on until the switch is pressed again.

EGO Rotary updated the Switch at the tail end of 2019 to add adjustable give: turn the dial inside the machine clockwise for a harder hit and anti-clockwise for a softer one.

EGO Polygon

All EGO Rotary tattoo machines are super-lightweight with wrist-friendly designs, created and designed by tattoo artist Bez from Triple Six Studios in Sunderland, UK.

The EGO Polygon, a cartridge-dedicated rotary tattoo machine that follows on from the R12 and R12 Plus, is certainly no exception.

Featuring a fully-aluminium body with a lightweight, ergonomic design, the Polygon is the smallest machine from EGO Rotary to-date, weighing only 65 grams – or 55 grams without the vice connector.

The EGO Polygon is powered by an enclosed Faulhaber brushless motor and has no start-up delay. This smooth-running rotary has a perfectly straight, true linear drive motion, meaning no sideway vibration.

Tattoo artists can choose the give of the Polygon via seven main and nine disposable drive bars, each offering a different level of give indicated by various colours. Artists can use either the main or disposable drive bars to select soft, medium and hard give, while an aluminium main drive bar offers a solid hit with no give.

Spektra Xion

Not content with creating some of the world’s best coil tattoo machines, FK Irons owner Gaston Siciliano entered the ‘Rotary Age’ with Spektra, a brand dedicated to the engineering of high-quality rotary tattoo machines.

Most recently, Spektra has been riding a wave of acclaim for its pen-shaped Xion rotary, which quickly took to the hearts and hands of some of the best tattoo artists across the world.

The Spektra Xion is a cartridge-dedicated tattoo machine that is both lightweight and ergonomic, allowing for optimal manoeuvrability – the kind of machine that tattoo artists will be able to use over long sessions.

Spektra Rotary has fitted the Xion with a specially-designed 6W MotorBolt that provides maximum torque throughout the tattooing session and ensures optimal performance of your cartridges.

The Spektra Xion is fully-adjustable, with tattoo artists able to adjust the stroke length, needle depth and give.

Permanent make-up artists can also take advantage of the Spektra Xion S, which has a smaller grip and a shorter stroke length – optimal for smaller needles and higher speeds, both commonly used for permanent make-up.

Spektra Xion Gorilla

The next evolution of the popular Spektra Xion rotary tattoo machine is here: the Spektra Xion Gorilla combines the body of the standard Xion with a larger 40 mm Gorilla grip.

The addition of the ergonomic Gorilla grip provides optimum comfort and helps eliminate fatigue from clamping around the grip when tattooing for extended periods of time. The Gorilla grip is also autoclavable, easy to cover and handle, and compatible with all tattoo cartridges.

Spektra Edge X

Aside from the Xion, Spektra Rotary also offers three top-class tattoo machines: the Edge X, Halo 2 Crossover, and Direkt 2.

The Spektra Edge X is a sophisticated and versatile cartridge-dedicated tattoo machine that utilises the Hex Drive motor system and Spektra’s MultiVise system.

The MultiVise system from Spektra allowed tattoo artists to use both conventional cartridge grips with a backstem and screw-on-style cartridge grips with the Edge X – which was a first in the industry upon release.

Thanks to an adjustable stroke with variable options, the Spektra Edge X eliminated the need for interchangeable stroke wheels.

Spektra Halo 2 Crossover

After the release of the Edge X, Spektra brought back its original Halo machine with a bang, resulting in its do-all successor, the Halo 2 Crossover.

The Spektra Halo 2 Crossover is a rotary tattoo machine that handles it all, designed to push cartridges and standard needles.

The Halo 2 Crossover comes with a needle clip-on and stabiliser system, meaning artists could say goodbye to grommets and rubber bands.

Spektra’s Halo 2 rotary machine offers both adjustable strokes and gives – the latter of which has been optimised for a flawless response with both cartridges and tattoo needles.

Spektra Direkt 2 Crossover

As with the Halo 2 Crossover, the Spektra Direkt 2 Crossover was designed to push both tattoo cartridges and standard needles.

Many of the world’s best tattoo artists have lauded the Direkt 2 Crossover, enjoying its powerful and consistent hit and its silent running at any voltage.

The Direkt 2 Crossover features the aforementioned MultiVise system from Spektra, along with a Hex Drive MotorBolt system that is compatible with Direkt and Edge X motors.

Inkjecta Flite Nano

Rotary machines from Inkjecta are popular with many of the world’s best tattoo artists today, whether it be the Lite, Titan or Elite versions.

All Inkjecta rotaries are cartridge-dedicated tattoo machines that are incredibly versatile and suitable for lining, shading and colouring across all styles.

Each Inkjecta tattoo machine comes with a pre-installed 3.25mm excenter, RCA connection and a custom ‘Nano Technology’ brushless motor with no start-up delay.

The Titan and Elite models are the most versatile Inkjecta rotary machines as they come with soft, medium, and hard torsion bars. These torsion bars offer tattoo artists the ability to set the hardness of their machine just the way they like it.

Both the Lite and Elite versions feature an alloy billet construction, with the Elite also coming equipped with a titanium collar vice. The Titan variant, however, has a carbon fibre frame, making it extremely lightweight and topping the scales at just 47 grams.

Inkjecta Flite Nano Ultra Lite

The Inkjecta Flite Nano Ultra Lite takes everything that tattoo artists love about the standard Flite Nano rotary tattoo machines and adds a few nifty innovations.

As its name suggests, the Inkjecta Flite Nano Ultra Lite is incredibly lightweight and weighs in at only 45 grams (including all attachments), making it the lightest tattoo machine around! The frame of the Flite Nano Ultra Lite and the newly-developed needle bar are made of injection-moulded carbon fibre, which helps with the weight reduction.

As with the other Inkjecta Flite Nano rotaries, the Ultra Lite version is powered by a custom nanotechnology motor that offers no start-up delay when starting the machine. Also features an RCA connection.

The Inkjecta Flite Nano Ultra Lite is a complete all-rounder and suitable for all tattooing styles. It's also compatible with all Inkjecta Flite Nano accessories, such as bumpers, caps and excenters.

Inkjecta Eclipse

The Inkjecta Eclipse is a rotary tattoo machine designed for use with standard tattoo needles. It features a billet alloy construction and a custom nanotechnology motor, which ensures a very smooth performance.

The Eclipse has a distinctive look that sets it apart from Inkjecta's range of Flite Nano rotary tattoo machines. It also comes installed with a 3.25 mm chrome cam, which is interchangeable, allowing tattoo artists to choose their stroke length. In addition, the Inkjecta Eclipse is able to push up to a 45 magnum.

Equaliser Proton

Although best known for producing some of the finest tattoo needles and cartridges around, KWADRON also manufactures rotary tattoo machines under the ‘Equaliser’ moniker.

The first machine, the Equaliser Proton, is a pen-style rotary that will run cartridges from all of the major brands.

The Proton is powered by a 5W motor and features an advanced gear system that makes it a very quiet and reliable machine, with a complete lack of vibration when running.

Sunskin Stilo

The Sunskin Stilo is a high-quality, all-round tattoo pen that can be used for lining, shading and colour packing.

This rotary tattoo machine is made from a solid aluminium alloy, keeping the weight down to just 130 grams. The titanium mechanism within, in combination with the 6.3 W German-made motor, gives you plenty of power and a nice and soft, yet accurate, hit.

Sunskin has also released two signature versions of the Stilo that were developed in collaboration with renowned tattoo artists Thomas Carli-Jarlier and Matteo Pasqualin.

Sunskin Primus

Under its Primus moniker, Sunskin offers four high-quality rotary machines: Special Hybrid, One, Solid and Easy.

The Sunskin Primus Special Hybrid is a rotary tattoo machine that has been designed to perform faster and easier lining, colouring and shading, without the need for adjustment, thanks to its particular softness.

Sunskin's Primus One is a well-balanced and lightweight rotary tattoo machine that is perfect for fast and easy execution of lines, shading, and solid colours.

The Sunskin Primus Solid is another well-balanced and lightweight rotary machine that is particularly suited to fast and easy colour packing, thanks to a German-made 9 W motor within - the most powerful in the Primus range.

With Sunskin simplifying the production and finishing of the rotary, the Sunskin Primus Easy was able to enter the company's Primus rotary series at a lower price point. Ideal for lining, shading and colour packing.

Follow Killer Beauty - Killer Ink's New PMU Brand

Introducing Killer Beauty, the younger, prettier sister of Killer Ink!

Killer Beauty will be home to everything relating to permanent make-up and micro-pigmentation, whether it's pigments, machines, microblades, you name it, they'll have it all!

There are big things to come for Killer Beauty, so make sure to click the links below and drop the pages a follow!

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ECOTAT - Plant-Based, Eco-Friendly Products

ECOTAT is a provider of plant-based alternatives to conventional single-use plastic products used during tattooing.

ECOTAT products consist of a range of compostable and biodegradable bioplastics that are made with materials that are naturally-derived, plant-based and sustainable.

The range of ECOTAT products we stock includes barrier grip sleeves, machine covers, clip cord sleeves, surface protection sheets, and more!

Cornstarch PLA (Polylactic Acid) is the primary material used in ECOTAT's products. Compared to conventional plastics, the production of PLA uses 65% less energy and generates 68% fewer greenhouse gases.

When ECOTAT products are incinerated, much fewer greenhouse gases are emitted and they don't emit toxic fumes like their oil-based counterparts.

If you want to try out ECOTAT’s plant-based, eco-friendly products for yourself, you can get your hands on a sample pack of sample protection covers. These covers are thinner and lighter than their plastic counterparts, yet just as durable.

Sponsored Artist of the Month – Helena Ferron

French-born tattooist Helena Ferron is a black and grey specialist that can be found working in the UK's capital city of London.

Before crossing the Channel to reach British shores, Helena plied her trade in her home city of Paris, working at the likes of Anomaly and Cezanne Tattoo Art Gallery. While guest spotting at the latter towards the end of 2017, she tattooed alongside a big name in the tattooing world, Cezanne De Pitou.

After uprooting from Paris and settling down in London, Helena began a residency at the Good Times Tattoo studio in Shoreditch in May 2018, where she can be found tattooing to this day.

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Helena’s primary style is black and grey realism, and she has a flair for creating incredibly realistic work with smooth shading and excellent light-dark contrasts.

To create her black and grey work, Helena uses a variety of supplies from Killer Ink Tattoo, including the Cheyenne HAWK Pen tattoo machine, KWADRON cartridges, and World Famous Tattoo Ink.

Make sure to keep up to date with all of the latest work and news from Helena Ferron by following her on Facebook and Instagram!

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Jenna Kerr Interview

Jenna Kerr is one of the UK's top artists and known for her incredible ornamental tattoos.

In our latest interview, we put her under the spotlight to discuss her style, inspirations, and how her popularity has skyrocketed over the years.

Don't miss this video with one of the finest British tattoo artists around!

Jenna Kerr, a Killer Ink Sponsored Artist of the Month, was most recently the owner of Devil in the Detail custom tattoo studio in Stoke-on-Trent, UK, and will be announcing a new studio soon.

A tattooist for 10 years who has won multiple awards at conventions around Europe, Jenna’s love of art nouveau and baroque filigree features heavily in her pieces, along with a combination of expertly crafted gemstones and ornamental accents.

You can keep up to date with Jenna’s latest work by following her on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter!

Stigma-Rotary® - New Tattoo Machine, Grips & Wireless System

Stigma-Rotary® rounded off a great 2019 with the introduction of its latest tattoo machine, the Shot, as well as various click and disposable grips. The company is set to take things up another level in 2020 with the introduction of a brand new wireless system.

But first, let’s have a look at what was released towards the latter half of last year, starting with the brand’s most recent rotary tattoo machine.

The Stigma-Rotary® Shot is the only direct drive tattoo machine with a stroke length that is quick and easy to adjust without the need to exchange parts or use tools.

By simply twisting the motor of the Stigma® Shot, you can adjust its stroke length from 3.0 mm to 4.0 mm in no time at all.

The Stigma® Shot is also the only direct drive machine with forced stay-up function for standard tattoo needles and cartridges, which means that the needles always stop at the upper position. This function makes the Shot the safest direct drive rotary available.

As well as featuring a protected, gold-plated RCA connection, the Stigma-Rotary® Shot is powered by a high-quality 6 Watt coreless motor with a 2 mm shaft and two preloaded ball bearings.

Thanks to its universal screw-on connection, you can use the Stigma-Rotary® Shot with cartridge grips from all major brands, as well as grips with a backstem for standard tattoo needles.

Speaking of grips, Stigma-Rotary® was busy in 2019 with the development and release of not one, but two types of grips: the Comfy Click Grip and disposable click grips.

The Stigma-Rotary® Comfy click grip has been ergonomically-designed for optimum comfort. The Comfy grip has a 32 mm diameter at its widest point and features horizontal and vertical grooves to eliminate slipping.

The shape of the Stigma® Comfy grip also allows you to get closer to the cartridge to achieve precision while tattooing.

Thanks to its click system, you can adjust the needle depth by simply twisting the grip. The click system also prevents involuntary turning, even when using heavy tattoo machines.

The Stigma® Comfy grip comes with interchangeable cartridge receivers, allowing it to be used with both Stigma-Rotary® cartridges and cartridges from all major brands. Both cartridge receivers are included.

Two versions of the Stigma-Rotary® Comfy click grip are available to order from Killer Ink Tattoo: one with a screw-on vice connection and another featuring a backstem that is cross-ribbed for better grab.

Stigma-Rotary® followed up the success of the Comfy click grip with the release of its disposable click grips, which have been designed for use with Stigma® advanced needle cartridges.

As with the Comfy click grip, the disposable grips have been ergonomically-designed by Stigma® for optimum comfort and feature horizontal and vertical grooves to eliminate slipping.

Available in a box of 12 units, the Stigma® Disposable Click Grips are available with either a screw-on vice connection or a backstem connection (with its own needle plunger bar).

So what will be coming in 2020? Well Stigma-Rotary® has started whetting our appetites early with teaser images of its new Pilot Wireless System.

Although Stigma® hasn’t released much information about the Pilot Wireless System, we do know that it consists of a power supply, foot pedal and battery pack – all of which operate wirelessly.

The battery pack element fits on all Stigma® tattoo machines, as well as most machines that feature an RCA connection. It simply clicks into the RCA connector, allowing you to power your machine without the need for cables. You can also adjust the voltage and turn your machine on/off directly on the battery!

We’ll have more information about the new Stigma-Rotary® Pilot Wireless System soon, so make sure to keep checking out our website and social media channels for updates!

Tattoo Timelapses – Liverpool Tattoo Convention 2019

At the 2019 Liverpool Tattoo Convention, we took some time out from shooting our main convention video to film two Liverpool-based artists working on a couple of killer tattoos.

Click on the videos below to watch Brad Wallis and Lom lay down some fresh ink!

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Local lad Brad Wallis won ‘Runner Up Realism’ at the 2019 Liverpool Tattoo Convention for this dope black and grey portrait of the late rapper Prodigy from Mobb Deep.

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Our good friend Lom did this sick custom blackwork piece at the 2019 Liverpool Tattoo Convention.

Sponsored Artist of the Month – Math / EvenMoreBlack

Math, aka EvenMoreBlack, is a London-based tattoo artist with a signature graphic trash style.

Inspired by trash polka tattoos, Math’s work mixes dark blacks with splashes of vibrant reds, along with graphic elements for his own twist on the eye-catching style.

Originally labelled “dark trash”, Math’s tattooing style has evolved over his 15-year career with more intricate details and freehand elements.

Since becoming a tattoo artist 15 years ago, Math has offered vegan-friendly tattoos to his clients, as he himself lives a vegan lifestyle. This means that he does not use supplies that contain animal by-products.

Math uses a variety of supplies from Killer Ink Tattoo to create his signature work, including Silverback Ink®.

Keep up to date with the latest tattoos from Math / Evenmoreblack by following him on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter!

Inkjecta Rotary Tattoo Machines

Inkjecta produces some of the best rotary tattoo machines around, with many of the world's top artists opting for the brand.

Perhaps the most well-known tattoo machines from Inkjecta are the acclaimed Flite Nano rotaries.

The Inkjecta Flite Nanos are cartridge-dedicated tattoo machines that are very versatile and suitable for lining, shading and colouring across all styles.

All Inkjecta Flite Nano machines come with a pre-installed 3.25 mm excenter and a custom nanotechnology brushless motor with no start-up delay.

There are three versions of the Flite Nano available to order from Killer Ink Tattoo: Lite, Titan and Elite. Each comes with a semi-rigid bar in the box, while the Titan and Elite models also receive soft, medium and hard torsion bars.

Both the Lite and the Elite variants feature an alloy billet construction, with the Elite also coming with a titanium collar vice. On the other hand, the Titan has a carbon fibre frame, making it extremely lightweight and topping the scales at just 47 grams.

Unlike the Flite Nano Lite, the Titan and Elite both have side cushions for increased comfort and an LED activation light, which is a cool little feature.

Following on from the Flite Nano was the Inkjecta Eclipse, which had huge boots to fill, but managed to exceed expectations.

The Inkjecta Eclipse is a rotary machine designed for use with standard tattoo needles.

Just like the Flite Nano Elite and Limited Edition models before it, the Inkjecta Eclipse features a billet alloy construction – typically used in the aerospace industry.

Powering the machine is the same custom nanotechnology motor that can be found in the Inkjecta Flite Nano machines. This is reinforced and protected by an injection-moulded fibre motor housing.

It also comes installed with a 3.25 mm chrome cam, which is interchangeable and allows artists to choose their stroke length. In addition, the Inkjecta Eclipse is able to push up to a 45 magnum with ease.

Most recently, Inkjecta unveiled a true successor to the Flite Nano: the Inkjecta Flite Nano Ultra Lite.

The Inkjecta Flite Nano Ultra Lite takes everything that tattoo artists love about the standard Flite Nano machines and adds a few nifty innovations.

As its name suggests, the Inkjecta Flite Nano Ultra Lite is incredibly lightweight and weighs in at only 45 g (including all attachments), making it the lightest tattoo machine around! The frame of the Flite Nano Ultra Lite and the newly-developed needle bar are made of injection-moulded carbon fibre, which helps with the weight reduction.

As with the other Inkjecta Flite Nano models, the Ultra Lite version is powered by a custom nanotechnology motor that offers no start-up delay when starting the machine.

The Inkjecta Flite Nano Ultra Lite is a complete all-rounder and suitable for all tattooing styles. It’s also compatible with all Inkjecta Flite Nano accessories, such as bumpers, caps and excenters.

Aside from a variety of Inkjecta accessories like bars, bumpers, cams and caps, we also stock Inkjecta Chubby Grips, which are made from either aluminium (black or purple) or stainless steel.

The Inkjecta Chubby fixed grips are comfortable to hold for long tattooing sessions due to their ergonomic shape and have a diameter measuring 25 mm at its slimmest section and 33 mm at its largest point.

Whichever tattoo equipment from Inkjecta you go for, you can be sure that you won’t be disappointed with the results!

A Cartoon Christmas with Jairo Carmona

For Christmas this year, we headed down to London to visit Jairo Carmona, a tattoo artist known for his bright and colourful cartoon tattoos with a new-school twist.

Jairo really got us into the Christmas spirit with a cosy cartoon cabin tattoo that is sure to put you in a festive mood for the holidays.

Click the video below to enjoy his work and we hope you have a merry Christmas!

You can read more about Jairo Carmona in our Sponsored Artist of the Month blog.

Make sure to follow him on Facebook and Instagram to keep up to date with his latest work!

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