The Wait is Over!!! Everything You Need is HERE!

Choose from Shader, Packer, and Liner Bishop Power Wand Full Sets featuring two battery packs, RCA adapter and cord, & Universal Charging Dock with accessories for all your tattooing needs. #bishoppowerwand #criticaltattoo

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Catch Your Favorite Tattoo Supply at a Convention Near You!

We are excited to be on the road again…..Come by our booth and say hello! Let’s catch up & check out our show specials! The TATSoul Convention Schedule Our Upcoming Shows: Villain Arts Tattoo FestivalsPhiladelphia February 25th - 27th The Motor City Tattoo ExpoDetroit March 4th- 6th

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Philly Tattoo Convention - TATSoul

It was great to be a part of The Villain Arts Tattoo convention in a city so rich on history!We definitely felt the love Philly!!!

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We're Back On The Road!

It’s been a wild ride since 2020 between masks and quarantine but we’re happy to be back in action! TATSoul and company will be representing our top quality supplies and merch at the 11th Annual Chicago Tattoo Arts Convention this July 16th - 18th 2021 in Rosemont, IL. Hosted by Villain Arts Tattoo Conventions, there will be entertainment, seminars, contests, and of course artists and vendors from around the world. Come and meet us, talk about tools of the trade, get tattooed and TATSoul’d up! We’ve got the works ready for this event. It’s been a long time coming!

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Black Eye Removal

The birthplace of modern tattooing sits at the intersection of Division Street, Chatham Square and The Bowery. In 1961 NYC banned tattooing and did not re-legalize until 1997. In the early 1900’s work lived primarily at the shipping docks and construction sites. Each morning men would line up, standing on cartons and crates while bosses looked them over and made their selections on who would be given daily assignments. Those with black eyes would often be passed over out of concern they would be a problem and cause trouble. During this era, it was common for tattoo parlors and barbershops...

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Our Hearts Go Out To One Of Our Legends

The entire TS family is deeply saddened at the news of the passing of Tattoo Artist Boo Boo Negrete. Our thoughts and prayers are with Freddy (Negrete), family & friends. Tattooing will forever keep his memory alive. Please take a moment to check out this article that the NY Times did on Freddy & his sons.

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New Tools For Traddy Daddies

I’ve always had a deep appreciation for traditional tattooing. Not just because it’s what our community’s foundation was built on but because these tattoos are so completely reliant on having clean, straight lines and bold, solid saturation. The simplistic designs allow tattooers to showcase how they have honed their craft. It’s no secret that the majority of traditional style tattoo artists always have tended to be “loyal to the coil” folks that have a sort of romance with the smell of flux from the apprenticeship days of making their own needles. However, surprising enough, more and more traditional tattoo artist...

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Artists Talk About Grabbing a 270 for a 360 on Back Pain

Mark Schilling :: Agape Art Collective – Costa Mesa, CA – How has the chair helped your career? The 270 chair has helped my career as far as back pain goes, being comfortable helps my performance and gives me peace of mind. Its versatile and helps me tattoo in different positions comfortably. Oh, and its fucking badass looking! It perfectly curves to my ass. – What sorts of problems were you experiencing before buying the chair? What made you buy it? Constant back pain, especially lower back pain. In this thing I can sit for 15-16 hours straight if I...

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