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This week, however, there has been such a large volume of comments with regards to this particular tattoo show – both online and what I have heard from almost every tattoo artist I have spoken to in the last few months.As one of the UK’s leading tattoo websites, we couldn’t NOT act as a sounding board for this discussion, for artists who want to share their views with the world. This week, my Facebook feed has been filled with artists wearing a ‘Fuck Tattoo Fixers‘ t-shirt, and I’ve seen hundreds of different posts and comments from people expressing their shock towards a tattoo done by artist Sketch on a recent episode of the show (more on this below).I believe that Sketch knew it would not be a successful tattoo, let alone a successful cover-up, before he even started, and now that person has a terrible, permanent mess on them forever.
“The general public genuinely believe the cover-ups are amazing.” “I really do think the public need to be guided (rather than educated) towards what is possible, and by whom, in the UK.
To have the level of dishonesty and stupidity to try and pass off their work as his own, pissed a lot of people off.” “On the show, the artists are regularly shown tattooing in unsafe, unsanitary conditions.
None of the tattooists wrap their machines to prevent cross contamination.” “The reason I am so angry is because this is a tattoo artist in the public eye, he has an ethical responsibility towards the people they put on this show, to make sure that tattooing is represented as best it can be, to preserve the integrity and future of our craft.” Hannah explains why the below image has been shared so much this week.
This is a craft that is so beloved to us, and it is being made a mockery of by people who know nothing about it.
People who wouldn’t be able to tell a good tattoo from a bad one, now profess to be experts in telling us how amazing the Tattoo Fixers are.
You’re going to wear it on your body forever, you’ve got to get it right first time.