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The Worst Tattoos of Dew Tour 2019

Taji checks out bad tattoos at the Dew Tour.
Under The Ink

Confronting Favela Violence Through Tattoos

In this episode of Under the Ink, VICE meets Tucka, a local tattoo artist in Rocinha, one of Rio de Janeiro's largest favelas.
Under The Ink

Papua New Guinean Traditional Tattoos

We follow Julia Mage’au Gray into the world of Pasifika (Pacific Islander) traditional tattoos and its resurgence within modern-day Australia and New Zealand.
Life Lines

Jaden & James

Jaden suffered "some heavy stuff" after surviving a car crash that left him with a metal plate down his femur. But he lives to tell us his story thanks to belting up.
Life Lines

Willy & Rohan

After being in a serious car crash Willy finds new appreciation for the simple things in life and wants a permanent reminder of this new found mind frame.
Life Lines

Abdullah & Sam

Meet Abdullah, after leaving war torn Iraq to move to Aotearoa, New Zealand he had a life changing car crash. He lives to tell us his story thanks to wearing his seatbelt.
Life Lines

Kahutia & Rawiri

VICE spends time with Kahu, a car crash survivor who had his arm trapped under his car, however, it could have been much worse.
Under The Ink

Shoreline Crips Scratcher Turned Street Tattoo Artist

VICE meets Looney, an OG Shoreline Crip from Venice Beach, CA, and learns about his journey from prison to street tattoo artist.
Under The Ink

How the Salem Witch Trials Inspired These Twin Tattooists

The talented Matt and Ryan Murray are identical twin tattooists whose dark and gritty styles have drawn Instagram fame.
Under The Ink / Extra Scene

I Was a Neo-Nazi Skinhead and Joined the Ku Klux Klan: How I Left | Erase the Hate

Former neo nazi, TM Garret, helps people leave their white supremacist groups by covering up their WP tattoos
Rites of Passage / web

The Brutal Tattoo Ritual Built on Pain

VICE follows the orchestrators behind the Brutal Black Project, the tattoo collective where mandalas go to die and pain is prioritized over aesthetics.
The Other Side

The Other Side of Ink

Paitangi Ostick is one of the first females to practice tā moko – the Māori art of tattoo. She travels from New Zealand to Tokyo, where she meets Japanese tattoo artist Megumu Kamata to compare notes on their shared craft.