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Inked February 2017

Inked magazine covers pop culture and music for people that enjoy Tattoo art or have Tattoo designs on their bodies. Each issue has interviews with popular celebrities and the tattoo artists who decorate their bodies. There are tons of photos to inspire your next work of body art.

País:
United States
Idioma:
English
Editor:
Pinchazo Publishing Group, LLC
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2 min.
inkwell

The tattooed crowd is often thought of as too far out ahead of the public. (At Inked we have had to write quite a few articles about tattoo acceptance in the work place, promising that with every year it is coming.) Y et I cannot think of any sect of people who both push society into the future while respecting the past—two of the biggest genres in tattooing are American Traditional and Traditional Japanese, which still use imagery and techniques that were set in place in the early 1900s. The women who best straddle the past and the future are the retrophile tattooed pin-up models, and this issue is dedicated to these classic beauties with thoroughly modern ink. On the cover is the alluring Emily Shephard who stars in “Tit for…

2 min.
mail

OH HEY, IT'S JUST ME, CINDERELLA. THANK YOU SINCERELY TO ALL OF THE SPECIAL PEOPLE WHO HELPED ME ACHIEVE THIS MOMENT.Ryan Ashley Malarkey wrote this to her Instagram followers after winning Ink Master. While we don't play favorites, well, actually we do, and Ryan was one of the tattooers our staff backed. Not only is she a talented tattooer, she is a lovely person. Last October we invited women who had battled breast cancer to our office to have their mastectomy scars covered by beautiful tattoos. While Ryan was busy with her final Ink Master canvas she was one of the benevolent artists who travelled to NYC and donated her time and talent to make a woman's dream come true. As they say, it couldn't happen to a better person. facebook CHRISTY…

2 min.
my favorite ink

Chandra Thirteen I’ve always found the pin-up style to be sexy and classy, the way that it symbolizes and embraces sexuality. I love the message it sends of accepting and embracing your body. There’s a sense of empowerment behind the classic and timeless look. To me, the panther represents power and strength. It has such an intense presence, extremely graceful and feminine, but a little dangerous too. It was actually my artist’s idea to wrap the tail around my butt. It just kinda happened. Once he drew everything up and laid the stencil, the tail wrapped around like it does. I’m in love with the placement of it. He did a killer job laying it out and a lot of people compliment me on it. I think it’s super rad that you…

2 min.
smoke & mirrors

It’s a few minutes before noon in São Paolo, Brazil, and in her kitchen, tucked away in the bustling cultural hub of South America, Harumi Hironaka is sparking up a cigarette while she waits for her coffee. “I never wake up before 11 AM,” says the Peruvian-born, Japanese-raised Hironaka. “I like to paint at night and I usually stay up very late. The first thing I do when I wake up is make myself some coffee and have a cigarette; that’s breakfast for me, very healthy. I waste a lot of time online, paint, feed my cats, and paint some more, maybe take a nap. At night it’s all about painting…or Netflix.” Smokes and coffee are prominent features in Hironaka’s work, typically held by the slender, fine lines of her subjects’…

1 min.
double exposure

7 min.
culture

T2: TRAINSPOTTING Marek Renton (Ewan McGregor) returns home after being away for 20 years and reunites with Spud (Ewen Bremner), Sick Boy (Jonny Lee Miller), and Begbie (Robert Carlyle). Some things have changed, some things have not. Old habits do indeed die hard, so it looks like the gang will be up to their usual antics and self-destructive behavior. But hopefully, Spud no longer shits the bed. Academy Award winning director Danny Boyle (Trainspotting, 28 Days Later, Slumdog Millionaire) returns to direct the sequel to the film that put him on the map. —Gil Macias INKED PINS I don't know about you but most of us in the Inked office are running out of room on our skin to put new tattoos. We've been slaking our thirst for new pieces of "banger" art…