In the last few months, tattoo artists, laser removal specialists, and anti-hate speech advocates say they’ve received a flood of requests for alterations on racist or hateful tattoos.
When I got my Harry Potter tattoo, I made the gamble that I'd never be embarrassed by my love of the series. Now, I and thousands of other people who got the same tattoo as I did are trying to figure out how to cover it up.
“It was either stick 'n' poke or starting a vegetable patch, and I reckoned this would get more likes on Instagram.”
It's a big call for your first ever piece of ink.
"I look like a piece of blue cheese. There is very little space left that I can actually reach."
Viral memes like Harambe and "Damn, Daniel" can quickly fall into obscurity, but that doesn't bother these guys.
Several artists told VICE that without health insurance, significant savings, or any guarantee of collecting unemployment, they're in a desperate financial position.
This behind-bars ink shop is preventing HIV and hepatitis, one teardrop tattoo at a time.
Apparently, his recent "Vegan For Life" neck tat didn’t cut it, so his new body art is even more extreme.
Tattoos have long been stigmatised in Japan, with tattooed individuals being turned away from establishments. Female tattoo enthusiast Miho Kawasaki is helping change all that.
British tattoo artist Kevin Paul has done more than 40 of Sheeran's tats, and even he admits they're bad.
Tattoo artists across the city are getting requests for designs that feature symbols of the protests like umbrellas, gas masks, and Hong Kong’s floral emblem.