White Ink Tattoo

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Wednesday May 16th, 2012 @ 1:00 AM

Filed under: Tattoos

I’m extremely interested in getting a fully white ink tattoo–just some simple writing–but I’ve read about the consequences of not having a good artist that has extensively worked with white ink. I was curious if anyone could help me out with finding a good artist in the New Jersey (preferably), New York, or Pennsylvania areas? I don’t mind about the cost, simply the quality.

Coming from someone with quite a lot of white work, the main thing that I would suggest to do is to keep the design as simple as you can. Make sure that you get an artist that has experience with white line-work (or lettering) so that they know to use disposable tubes and don’t discolour the ink.

I suggest to first call into a couple studios and ask to see the artists white-work portfolio pictures, if they don’t have any - simply ask them if they know of any other artists near by that do.

You can also start your search using our official BME artist directory.

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