Indian Motorcycle Tattoo Ink

Indian Motorcycle Tattoo Ink Price

You might be a dedicated rider, but are you ready to get a tattoo made from a motorcycle? With Indian Motorcycle’s new ink, let’s you prove it. It’s made from carbon collected from Carey Hart’s legendary Indian Super Hoolifan on May 22, 2017 outside of Los Angeles, California. They say the ink is safe because it’s processed and simply a pigment to be carried in an alcohol suspension. I don’t know how comfortable I am, but if getting a tattoo made from a burnout and tailpipe exhaust gets you excited, then you may not care. While supplies last, you can get art with this ink from Hart & Hungton and Vatican Studios. Prices obviously vary based on your tattoo.

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