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Artists compete for $100,000 and a cover story in Tattoo magazine.

Latest episodes

aired 485 days ago
The artists get a crash course in bio-mechanical tattoos; the artists face off against each other for the first time.
aired 485 days ago
The artists head to San Diego for the biggest science fiction convention in the world; Darnell is in over his head when he is challenged to tattoo his client on an unusual part of the body.
aired 485 days ago
The pressure of the competition pushes Danny over the edge; the artists create amazing Asian-inspired artwork.
aired 485 days ago
The artists are challenged to do painful rib tattoos.
aired 492 days ago
The remaining artists are caught off-guard by a flash challenge; the final two artists battle for the grand prize.
aired 492 days ago
The artists get reckless in a demolition derby; a top artist is sent home.
aired 492 days ago
The artists are caught off guard by an unreal shock-art performance; a conflict erupts between the competitors.
aired 492 days ago
The artists are surprised with a visit from their significant others; they must create a sexy pin-up tattoo with a twist.
aired 492 days ago
The artists create nautical themed tattoos; surf legend Laird Hamilton makes an appearance.

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