Ami James and Tattoodo Releases Smartphone App

Ami James and Tattoodo Releases Smartphone App


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Tattoodo, a digital community for all things tattoo-related co-founded by world famous tattoo artist Ami James (who you may remember from Miami Ink), is announcing its mobile application launch on iOS and Android. Think of Tattoodo’s app as Pinterest’s badass cousin, where you can find the content you crave through categories and tags, and share and compare your own ink with others. You can also view the latest designs by renowned tattoo artists showcasing their albums and even get an inside look at their shops.

Tattoodo is essentially a one-stop tattoo shop for every ink addicts’ needs and already has a fanbase of over 13 million tattoo lovers so users can find the inspiration they’re looking for. Continue reading Ami James and Tattoodo Releases Smartphone App

Mike Rubendall Joins Tattoodo

Mike Rubendall Joins Tattoodo


Mike Rubendall
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If you have ever looked up tattoo artists on the internet the name Mike Rubendall is sure to be listed. Since the mid 90’s Mike has built a reputation for himself as a well-established tattooer. To keep up his momentum in the tattoo culture Mike has joined up with Ami James and the staff at Tattoodo to become Brand Ambassador.

Tattoodo has sent over Mike Rubendall’s bio to share with our followers and readers:

Mike Rubendall is the internationally renowned artist, entrepreneur, and the founder of Kings Avenue Tattoo. Mike has over twenty years experience in the tattoo industry and has received over fifty international awards for his work. Mike’s work has been featured in over 100 publications and magazines. Continue reading Mike Rubendall Joins Tattoodo

7 Things to Know About Getting a Tattoo

7 Things to Know About Getting a Tattoo


woman getting a tattoo under chest tattoo image Empire State Tattoo Convention 2015

Ever since Miami Ink aired on the TLC network back in 2005 tattoos have become very popular. Once Ami James opened up the “world of tattooing” to the masses there seems to be a shop on every corner of America. Before 2000 in many areas it was illegal to operate a Tattoo Shop. Just think from 1961 to 1997 it was illegal to tattoo someone in the 5 boroughs of NYC; it was banned by the Health Department. Now every State, Town and / or City has their own rules and regulations on what they consider “safe”. So how does one find a reputable shop or artist? Here are 7 things to know about getting a tattoo and before sitting in any chair for your newest piece of artwork. Continue reading 7 Things to Know About Getting a Tattoo

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