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Shamack

Bio-mechanical realistic award winning international custom tattoo artist

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Holly

Hey, I’m Holly – although I tattoo many different styles, I specialise in colour & black and grey realism.

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Chris

Hello, I’m Chris – art has always been a big part of my life, growing up I really enjoyed painting and sculpting and took a lot of inspiration from tattoo art.

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Adrianna

Hey! I’m Adrianna and I’m a tattoo artist who specialises in black work, line work and geometric tattoos.

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Pedro

Pedro is specializing in black and grey and colour work.
He creates stunning realism.

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Jade

Hi, my name is Jade and I have been tattooing in Blackpool for five years now and fell in love with the craft more and more each day.

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Anna

Hello, my names Anna and I am the laser tattoo removal specialist in the studio.

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22. 01. 2021

Biomechanical Sculptures

Biomechanical scrap sculptures In search of inspiration and reference for my tattoo designs, I have created a series of sculpture projects that represent body parts, […]

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15. 06. 2024

INKDEN T & C FOR TATTOOING

INKDEN TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR TATTOOING We do not sell, stock or allow the use of Numbing cream for tattoos regardless of how long the […]

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14. 06. 2024

New Artist: Luke Barnes 

We are thrilled to announce that Luke Barnes is joining our team of talented tattoo artists. Let’s wish him the best of luck on our […]

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13. 06. 2024

Inkden Tattoo Studio’s New Bi-Weekly Painting Challenge

We are excited to introduce our new bi-weekly painting challenge at Inkden Tattoo Studio! Every two weeks, a new theme is chosen, and our artists […]

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10. 06. 2024

Exploring the Diverse World of Tattoo Styles

Tattooing is an ancient art form that has evolved over centuries, reflecting a myriad of cultures, traditions, and artistic innovations. Today, the tattoo industry is […]

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We are pleased to announce that Adrianna Gerzelak will be gracing the Inkden with her presence once again. This time, she will be here from 24.03.2023 to 31.03.2023.

If you’re looking for something totally bespoke and unique, then Adrianna is the artist for you. Don’t miss out on this fantastic opportunity to get inked by one of the best in the business.

Adrianna is a truly talented artist, with a unique style that sets her apart from other tattooists.

Adrianna takes various mediums of artwork and creates something totally bespoke with her graphic design style twist.

She is a tattoo artist who always enjoyed the realistic style, whether it was made by using pencils, paints or digital art.

Outside of her tattooing career, Adrianna participated as a painting animator in the production of “Loving Vincent”, the first fully painted feature film which was also nominated for an Oscar. As with Adrianna’s artwork where she mixes inspiration and media, she also mixes her tattoo designs, making her as flexible as she is skilled.

If you would like to get booked in with Adrianna for your next tattoo then don’t hesitate to get in touch.

For any enquiries call us on 07957021702, or go to https://inkdentattoo.co.uk/contact/

For more examples of Adrianna’s work, you can go to her Instagram: @miss.aemgie

Realistic tattoos are becoming increasingly popular, with people of all ages and backgrounds getting them for a variety of reasons as people look for ways to express themselves through their body art. Realistic tattoos are a popular choice for many people, as they can be customized to depict a wide range of images and styles.

Black and grey tattoos can be very realistic if done correctly. Reasons why people are getting tattoos include self-expression, memorialization, and aesthetic appeal.

Realistic tattoos are becoming increasingly popular. Some of the most popular designs for realistic tattoos include animals, landscapes, portraits, flowers, skulls and biomechanical. Tattoos can be placed anywhere on the body, but some areas are more painful than others. The chest, back, ribs and feet are generally considered to be the most painful areas for tattoos.

Some statistics show that the number of people with tattoos is increasing, and that the designs are becoming more elaborate.