Solid Ink – Horitomo – Shinbashi 4oz
Developed and tested by Master Horitomo. With his experience in traditional Japanese tattooing, we were able to achieve the colors for a perfect Japanese tattoo composition.
Towards the end of the Meiji Era (1868-1912) this color was popular amongst the geisha of the Shinbashi district in Tokyo. It is a reserved but still bright, blue tone.
Aside for its obvious use for kimono color, I feel it works great for yurei (ghosts) and yokai (supernatural creatures).
The best tattoo inks on the market, we’re sure of it. Made by tattooer Federico Ferroni. Committed in making the most solid pigments possible, and using natural ingredients.
Based out of Miami Beach, but Federico has been tattooing with this blend of pigments around the world for years. They opened their online shop in March of 2012 and are really excited about what tattooers are saying about their inks.
“I have been tattooing for a long time, always trying to improve my technique, my designs, and always have used the best supplies available. Choosing the right pigment is one of the most important choices someone can make when executing a tattoo,
to guarantee that you can obtain the right saturation, brightness, and solidity. I became obsessed with ink. I realized that creating my color system, knowing exactly what I put in it, was going to lead me to create the best ink possible. Solid Ink was born.”
– Federico Ferroni
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