Inked magazine covers pop culture and music for people that enjoy Tattoo art or have Tattoo designs on their bodies. Each issue has interviews with popular celebrities and the tattoo artists who decorate their bodies. There are tons of photos to inspire your next work of body art.
Inred SPOTLIGHT Keaton bell • With 1.8 million followers and counting, Keaton Belle is one of TikTok’s biggest rising stars. And if there’s anything you should know about this social butterfly, it’s her love for meaningful ink.
BAD TO THE BONE • Will Blood is giving your favorite cartoons an artistic X-ray—no insurance required.
THE INKED PLAYLIST • This issue, our playlist is presented by tattoo artist Courtney Raimondi. Her tastes skew a little bit angsty, a little bit hip-hop with a whole lot of emo thrown in.
here kitty, kitty… • The gorgeous Coconut Kitty first grabbed our attention with her shapely curves, but under the surface is a budding artist, poet and business woman.
Keeping It REAL • GOING STRAIGHT FROM THE PITCH TO THE TELEVISION STUDIO, TIM HOWARD IS SMOOTHLY MAKING THE TRANSITION FROM WORLD CLASS GOAL KEEPER TO AS TUTE ANALYST
WELCOME TO THE GROSS ROOM • NICOLE ANGEMI TAKES US BEHIND THE SCENES OF ONE OF THE WORLD’S MOST MORBIDLY FASCINATING PROFESSIONAL FIELDS—HUMAN PATHOLOGY.
DANCING ON OUR OWN • IN AN ERA WITHOUT MUSIC FESTIVALS, DILLON FRANCISIS ADAPTING TO EDM’S NEW NORMAL.
BLACK IS BACK • TEN YEARS AFTER “FRIDAY,”REBECCA BLACK IS MAKING A COME BACK
SHINNICHI • ON A WHIM, ACTOR MIKE CASTLE TOOK A TRIP TO A PLACE HE NEVER THOUGHT HE’D VISIT AND ENDED UP FALLING COMPLETELY IN LOVE WITH JAPAN. WE JOINED HIM AS HE GOT HIS FIRST TASTE OF TRADITIONAL IREZUMI TO DISCUSS THE PIECE AND THE PATH HE TOOK TO GET THERE.
RICO NASTY • RICO NASTY, THE LOVE CHILD OF PUNK AND HIP-HOP, TAKES US ON A “NIGHTMARE VACATION.”
THE IZZY SHOW • HE’S A SUPERSTAR IN MMA AND A CHAMPION IN THE UFC—YET THAT’S ONLY HALF OF ISRAEL ADESANYA’S STORY. THE OTHER HALF CAN BE TOLD THROUGH HIS INCREDIBLE BODY OF WORK
DENIM IS THE NEW BLACK • We grabbed some artistic JEANiuses to transform these boring denim jackets into wearable works of art.
Fighting Spirit • Tatu Baby began her self-taught tattoo career at 19 and today, she has the industry in the palm of her hand.