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Skin Deep Tattoo Magazine 273

Skin Deep has long been the UKs best selling tattoo magazine - and just because we're having fun for 13 issues a year (that's once every 4 weeks) doesn't mean we're not taking it very seriously indeed. Each issue we publish profiles, interviews and features with the leading tattooists and tattoo artists working in the world today together with exciting new talent. Alongside of this, we focus on the tattoo lifestyle and all it contains, coverage from the international convention scene, art features from those who embrace the tattoo ethic or find inspiration within it, reader profiles, news, reviews, competitions, letters and every issue also comes with a free supplement.

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United Kingdom
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English
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Jazz Publishing
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IN THIS ISSUE

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weird scenes inside the goldmine

I went to see A Monster Calls last week. When I booked the tickets online, I found a bunch of seats that didn’t have anybody else sitting in close proximity and hoped for the best. Sometimes things stay that way and sometimes they don’t. This was one of those times when they don’t and I found myself sitting next to a very large man who ate from 57 varieties of rustling bags like I grow my hair. Non-stop and as if The Gods might take it all away if you don't stay vigilant. In such circumstances, it’s very hard for me to keep my mouth shut—not as hard as it was for him, but hard all the same. He wasn't alone either. It appeared to be a family outing and apples never fall…

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hypno inking goes global

SPONSORED BY ALL SUBMISSIONS TO SLEEVE NOTES GRATEFULLY RECEIVED. BE IT NEWS, AN EVENT, NEW MERCH, A STUDIO MOVE... WE'LL DO OUR VERY BEST TO LET EVERYBODY ELSE KNOW ABOUT IT TOO. EMAIL: NEWS@SKINDEEP.CO.UK OR IF YOU WANT TO BE ARCHAIC ABOUT THE WHOLE AFFAIR: SKIN DEEP, THE OLD SCHOOL, HIGHER KINNERTON, CHESTER CH4 9AJ. BRING IT. twitter.com/skindeepmag www.facebook.com/tattoomagazine Two hypnotists are getting global interest for enabling significantly reduced pain and even pain free tattooing through the use of hypnotism. They have written a book on the subject and are preparing to teach these skills to tattoo artists around the world. Pain management through hypnotherapy is a well-established practice and Hypnotherapists Benjamin Ryan (UK) and Christopher Phoenix (Australia) have been offering pain management to their clients for several years. In the last couple of years they…

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new studio news

Te Rangitu Netana, renowned Maori tattooist is delighted to announce the launch of his new private studio, based just outside of Colchester in the UK. He is currently taking bookings and is available for consultation. Te Rangitu brings with him the perfect mix of current and modern style, but is also working mindfully with the respect for tradition he wishes to maintain and share across his industry. For many years, Te Rangitu Netana has been practising Ta Moko /Maori Tribal Tattooing across the world. He has gained distinguished followers, from celebrities in Los Angeles to gaining approval from his own local tribes in his home country, and his experiences have led to expert skill. He is now based in the UK and is actively sharing both the story of Ta Moko and also…

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conventions

22ND MILANO TATTOO CONVENTION 03–05 February 2017 Fieramilanocity Via Gattamelata Gate 13 Milan milanotattooconvention.it LYON TATTOO CONVENTION 11–12 February 2017 Double Mixte 19 Avenue Gaston Berger, 69100 Villeurbanne, France lyontattooconvention.com THE TATTOO COLLECTIVE 17–19 February 2017 The Old Truman Brewery 91 Brick Ln, London thetattoocollective.co.uk FROME TATTOO CONVENTION 18–19 February 2017 Cheese & Grain Market Yard, Frome BA11 1BE facebook.com/frometattoocon MONDIAL DU TATOUAGE 03–05 March 2017 Grande halle de la Villette 211 Avenue Jean Jaurès 75019 Paris mondialdutatouage.com SCOTTISH TATTOO CONVENTION 25–26 March 2017 Edinburgh Corn Exchange 10 New Market Rd, Edinburgh EH14 1RJ scottishtattooconvention.net TATTOO INK EXPLOSION 8 17–19 March 2017 Kaiser-Friedrich-Halle Hohenzollernstraße 15 41061 Moenchengladbach Germany tattooinkexplosion.com INK & IRON TATTOO CONVENTION 09 April 2017 The New Bingley Hall 1 Hockley Circus Birmingham B18 5PP inkandiron.co.uk MAIDSTONE TATTOO EXTRAVAGANZA 15–16 April 2017 Kent Showground Detling, Maidstone ME14 3JF maidstonetattooextravaganza.co.uk 10TH LIVERPOOL TATTOO CONVENTION 05–07 May 2017 Britannia Adelphi Hotel Ranelagh Place, Liverpool, L3 5UL liverpooltattooconvention.com 10TH BRIGHTON TATTOO…

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dating ink

There’s a new website out in the world for those looking very specifically for tattooed relationships. datingink.com currently has over 10,000 members and with iOS and android apps to come very soon, it looks set to become one of the fastest growing British-born dating apps. The site is the brainchild of tattoo model Jemma Lucy and is making quite a buzz out in the world INK AT WORK Last month, we noticed the big news sites were starting to treat tattoos with a little more dignity than they have in recent years. Over at the Guardian there’s a particularly good page that looks into diversity and actually speaks to people with tattoos who are experiencing positive or negative comments at work. Admittedly, most of the comments are negative—or at least ‘downtrodden’— but…

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tattoo of the month

I fall in love with tattoos easily. I fall out of love with them even faster, so when something hangs around in my head for more than a couple of days, it’s going to be something I remember for a long time. Such is the case with this from one of my favourite artists in the world, Léa Nahon and her buddy Köfiat the newly opened L’Usine Tattoo in Belgium. What’s good about it? Hell, what’s not good about it. The controlled chaos, the masterclass in how to make one colour do the work of an entire colour palette, the skill of the actual art and the concept behind it… I could carry on but instinct tells me there will be as many who hate it as love it out there…

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