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Skin And Ink Although you won't get a heaping helping of pictures in this periodical, you will get enough to satisfy your craving. Along with high quality photos, you will also be able to feed your mind with information and articles that deal with the historical and signifant aspects of body art in society. It's a perfect blend of eye candy and meaty material.
Skin Art Skin Art is a real "in your face" kind of magazine. The pictures are large, bold and colorful. They feature some excellent artists and are not afraid to showcase art on the dark or wild side. But you do have to shuffle through a lot of ads to get to the good stuff.
Skin Deep Skin Deep is without a doubt the UK's best selling tattoo magazine on the market. It features interviews with tattoo artists from all over the world and reviews conventions with plenty of pictures.
Skin Shots This is a sister title to Skin Deep and acts as a 'reference' magazine featuring top quality tattoo work from around the globe. Also included is a Directory of many UK tattoo studios to help you research the next studio for your next masterpiece.
Tattoo This magazine has been around for a long time and continues to meet the demands of its readers. They'll keep you up with who's who and what's hot, along with entertaining you with plenty of pictures and artist profiles.
Tattoo Flash All pictures, NO ADS, all color. If you want flash and tattoo pictures, you will not be disappointed. This magazine is huge and packed full of both photos and drawings. You'll occasionally find some light reading about a particular artist or collector, but for the most part it is all art.
Tattoo Master This is a publication that has been created solely for tattoo artists and associated trade. The only UK-based industry magazine, Tattoo Master is a compendium of craftsmen's knowledge that is available to registered studios only.
Tattoo Revolution Relatively new tattoo magazine, founded by two experienced and respected journalists, Neil Dalleywater and Alex Guest, former editors of Skin Deep & Tattoo Master magazines. It is a well curated tattoo publication. The artists are vetted for stellar portfolios, the layout is clean, the photos tight and the writing smart.
Tattoo Revue While this magazine has sometimes been guilty of putting lousy art on their front cover just because the model was attractive, it's still a pretty good publication. With more color photos and convention coverage, it's an enjoyable publication to browse and read. Not a lot of substantial information or content, but good pictures and quality art.
Tattoo Savage Wrapped in plastic and packaged like an adult magazine, you'd expect to find hard core modifications and pornographic photos. But it's actually put together very professionally and features some superb tattoo artistry. Some of the artwork may lean toward the bizarre side, but most issues I would let my own kids look at.
Tattoos For Women Although this isn't a really dynamic magazine for it's content or pictures, I had to include it in my top picks list. The body art world is so male-dominated, I really appreciate the effort that goes into making this magazine just for women. The pictures are mostly submissions, so the photo quality is sometimes lacking, but the models and the art are as real as life. I'd call this the most "down to earth" body art publication.
Total Tattoo High quality all colour glossy mag. Good mix of articles, reviews of the latest events and shows, opinion and letters. My favourite sections are the interviews with artists - well researched but not sycophantic!

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