Go Big Or Go Home!

  Here at Monumental we love getting stuck into a challenge such as a big scale back piece or a sleeve! You have decided to commit on getting a tattoo, you have the perfect design in mind but how big do you want it?. If you are wanting a large piece then we say go…

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Black and Grey vs Colour

Black and Grey vs Colour… you are normally one or the other a bit like Marmite ! Maybe you are trying to decide which route to go down? You will naturally be drawn to one or the other depending on your personality. There are many articles out there that will talk about the pros and…

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Super Fans and the lengths they go too !

We are super proud of all the work done here at Monumental Ink by all our artist’s, but it is nice to get a little mention on the good old web ! We were approached by TickX to do an article on our very own Aggie who has an outstanding portfolio of famous faces tattoos,…

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Best of our Realism tattoo’s

Realism tattoo’s are growing in popularity as people are expecting more and more out of their tattoo artist. People want that life like image tattooed on them forever and here at Monumental Ink we are rising to the challenge. Our artist’s spend hours designing and researching to find the perfect image to bring your piece…

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Inked Rescue

Monumental Ink and Hope Field animal Sanctuary have joined forces to fight animal cruelty and neglect! We think it’s about time we say enough is enough and fight animal cruelty with both barrels. Here is a little background for you. The following information was taken from Hopefield’s website..This is how the Hopefield journey began… Hopefield…

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Best of the Animal Kingdom!

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Some of our best one off pieces

Gypsy girl done in new traditional style by Louise   Owl tattoo done in realism style by Aggie   Umbrella tattoo done in new traditional style by Sam    Woman’s face done in black and grey realism by Mike   Chest piece done in black and grey realism by Scott  

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