Black and Grey Day.

Hey everyone- it’s another start to a great week! Today, the work up here seems to have a black and grey theme, haha.

Hayley did this great tattoo last week on a hard as nails customer. Loads of people love praying hands tattoos, but too many people have rubbish ones because they haven’t gone to a good enough studio to get it done. We can assure you that you’ll have a great tattoo here- and here’s some proof:

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Ian also did a cool little baby owl tattoo last week. Loads of people seem to love owl tattoos right now as well, so it’s cool to see a baby owl, since it’s slightly different.

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This week, everyone’s getting on with their work, so no big news- Dave and Paul have some space this week though, and he’s been drawing loads. If you’re after something cool but want to take a look to see what Dave or anyone else has drawn lately, feel free to pop in! If it isn’t too busy, there’ll be someone there to show you some cool things they’re dying to tattoo on you, haha. Here’s something from Dave, he hasn’t tattooed this yet, and someone definitely needs to get it from him.

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Let’s show off something old-ish again that was done before this blog started. This is from Ian, and appeared in a magazine. There’s so much going on in this you could look at it for ages before getting bored, which is always great! This was done last year.

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Right, that’s all from us until Saturday. Today has been a black and grey day- no colour at all to be seen this week! Oh, wait a minute…

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BLAM. Sorry, couldn’t do a whole post of black and grey work- and this owl done by Paul from April brightens the blog right up! Black and grey work is awesome, but this post needed some colour in it!

Right, now we’re done- see you all on Saturday!

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