Tattoo Information

How to Display & Sell Your Art

Making a great living as an artist can be tough unless you're really well known and your art is highly sought after. Fortunately, whether you're a tattoo artist, a painter or another type of artist, you now have more ways than ever to supplement the income you make from your original artwork thanks to our Limitless products. We offer a wide variety of options for displaying and selling your artwork in unique ways that are sure to appeal to your fans. Learn about our custom printed marketing materials, signs, personalized products, and other customized products in this article...

Guide to Replacing Coil Tattoo Machine Parts

Let's talk about parts, baby. Let's talk about you and... your coil tattoo machine! Before you ever begin tattooing with it, you're going to need to make some adjustments. The longer you use your coil machine, the more likely you are to need to replace at least one part, if not several. In this guide, we'll walk you through identifying the major components of your coil tattoo machine and how to replace each critical part as needed. We'll also tell you where you can find all the coil machine parts and tools you'll need to make adjustments to your machine...

How to Use a Thermal Copier to Print Tattoo Stencils

Tattoo thermal copiers and thermal tattoo printers are helpful tools for creating tattoo stencils. In this article, we teach you how to use the two types of thermal printers/copiers we offer--Precision tattoo thermal copiers and ReproFX Spirit Pocketjet Burner thermal printers. We provide lists of the tools you'll need to use each type of tattoo stencil printer, written instructions and demo videos explaining how to use each piece of equipment, and suggested related products from our Tattoo Flash, Stencils & Accessories section...

History of Body Modification

As long as man has roamed the earth, we've continuously searched for new ways to enhance our physical appearances, express our individuality, mark milestones, celebrate life achievements, commemorate loved ones lost, heal our minds and bodies, and grow spiritually. All of these factors and more have compelled people to modify themselves in a variety of ways since time immemorial. Some of the earliest forms of body modification included body piercings, tattoos and scarification designs. Learn more about the history of each of these body modification forms and others in this article...

InkJecta Tattoo Machines

InkJecta is an Australian rotary tattoo machine manufacturer that makes quality machines used by top tattoo artists around the world--renowned artists like Mike DeVries, who posted on his discussion board that he looks forward to using his Flite V2.1 everyday. That positivity from a well-known pro tattoo artist comes as no surprise, since the Inkjecta Flite V2.1 Combo and Vice versions have a lot to offer. Learn about each of Inkjecta's current rotary machine models...

How to Market Your Shop With Limitless Products

Marketing your tattoo and piercing shop has never been easier, thanks to Limitless custom products. We offer custom business cards, flyers, signs, displays, brochures, stickers, magnets, stationary, customizable merchandise you can sell in your shop, and more, all featuring your art. Read this article to learn about the custom products available in our Print & Design Center and how you can use them to market your tattoo and piercing shop in your community and at conventions.

Dragonfly Tattoo Machines by Ink Machines

Ink Machines is a Swedish tattoo machine manufacturer that prides itself on developing and testing its own products with the help of professional tattoo artists. Every tattoo machine they develop is produced in their state-of-the-art facility and backed by years of industry experience. The company's motto is "Designed With the Tattoo Artist in Focus", because they believe artists should have the freedom to create rather than worrying about the consistency of their tools. Learn more about Ink Machines' Dragonfly, Dragonfly X2 and Stingray rotary machines in this article...

Welker Tattoo Machines

Welker machines are precision coil tattoo machines hand-crafted in Welker's state-of-the-art machine shop in Michigan. The company uses parts made in the USA and carefully controls the entire production process to ensure that each tattoo machine they produce meets creator Terry Welker's high quality standards. Every hand-tuned Welker machine comes with a frame that's been CNC-machined from a single piece of steel, brass binding posts and contact screws, a Welker Quick-Release Vice, a clip cord or RCA connection, a lifetime frame warranty, and other features. Learn more about...

Wacom Tablets Bring Tattooing into the Digital Age

Manual tattoo art creation is a thing of the past thanks to Wacom tablets, the newest innovation to take the tattoo industry by storm. These amazing tablets allow you to create digital tattoo art, overlay it on photos of the body parts where clients want tattoos placed, edit your designs electronically, and create precise tattoo stencils that will realistically show your clients what they can expect their finished tattoos to look like. Learn about the Wacom tablets and pens available to you through Painful Pleasures, as well as their many features and benefits in this article.

Stigma Rotary Tattoo Machines

Stigma-Rotary has been crafting some of the best rotary tattoo machines on the market since 2005. They were the first manufacturer to create rotary machines with adjustable give systems, and that's just one of the many benefits packed into their machines. Stigma machines are also lightweight, noiseless, easy to use, precise, ergonomic, reliable, and incredibly durable. Choose from 4 rotary tattoo machine models: the Prodigy, Beast, Hyper V3, and Amen. They're all powered by strong Maxon Swiss motors and made from anodized aircraft aluminum. Learn more about these powerful rotary...