Amir Marziparo of Dr. Ink Tattoos in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina isn’t quite sure what he’d be doing if he wasn’t a tattoo artist. Taught at the young age of just sixteen, his Japanese tattoo style has been inspired by many of the industry greats, including Shige. Amir started his career as a body piercer and then started his tattoo apprenticeship in 2008. Today it’s Marziparo’s calm and professional disposition that makes he’s shop a stand-out in Myrtle Beach.
Located in one of the most culturally diverse cities in America and employing a nearly-all female case of tattoo artists, Body Language Tattoo strives to offer more than a traditional tattoo shop. Owners Rafael and Nicole created a space that welcomes every culture and creed. Proving that body art knows no boundaries and is only limited to the imagination.
Mario Delgado of Moth and Dagger Tattoo Studio in San Francisco, CA is using his talent to help women reclaim their bodies after mastectomies. Approaching the topic with passion and great sensitivity, here’s how one California man is changing lives with his art.
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