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The weird and wonderful world of ‘Banana Ink’

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People all over the world are going bananas. Tattooing bananas, that is.

Banana Ink is a company that offer the general public the chance to see what it feels like to use a tattoo machine.

Ran by Polish tattoo enthusiast Sasky, the project has been visiting conventions and events since 2010.

At the dedicated stall, you are shown step-by-step how to tattoo on a banana using a professional machine. “I explain to people how a tattoo machine operates,” Sasky tells Inkluded.

“We talk about all the hygiene rules and educate the general public about what it takes to create a tattoo following all of the correct procedures. Tattooing is difficult work, and this buy sandoz sildenafil project aims to give people a better understanding of what is involved.”

All ages are welcome and the youngest to try their hand at Banana Ink was a 2.5 year old. “No matter what culture you come from you can get involved, whether you are a tattoo artist or just someone seeking inspiration.” says Sasky.

It all started in 2010 I started at 2010 at Kraków’s TattooFest. Five years on, Sasky has done 25 conventions so far this year, with more to come.

I ask one final important question – why bananas?

“Bananas have a big skin, they are tasty and there is no juice… almost everyone can eat banana.”

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