Tattoo art isn’t just about applying it to the body. Since we are coming up to the Brighton Tattoo Convention, our February fashion spread brings to light some of the studios that have put their designs to cloth and have a great range of T-shirts to buy. We also had the honour of showing off some items from a local alternative clothing brand, who pride themselves on making sure a percentage of each sale goes to charity.

Take a look at our amazing tattoo pictures…

Tattoo Workshop was established in April 2011 and artists Stewart Francis, Jed Harwood, Kate Mackay-Gill and Gary Burns strive to provide a variety of different tattoo styles to cater for all their customers’ needs. Just off London Road on Providence Place, Tattoo Workshop also showcase some fantastic art prints to buy.



Saints and Soldiers Apparel was started by husband and wife team Chris and Kerry Streeter in 2012. They wanted to make a difference with their brand so founded their own Charity foundation, The S&S Foundation. Each item is ethnically sourced, made here in the UK and for everything sold, money goes towards helping some great causes such as Help for Heroes and The African Wildlife Foundation.


Established in November 2007 and located on Upper North Street, Phil Kyle and the artists at Magnum Opus cover a wide range of styles to suit almost everyone’s taste; from traditional, realistic, Japanese, black and gray, large scale to tiny tattoos. They can help you find the tattoo that suits you.



A big thanks to:

James Daly Photography

Magnum Opus Brighton
Tattoo Workshop Brighton
Saints & Soldiers Apparel
Jewel Thief Gallery Brighton
Tatty Devine
Pops & James Salon Brighton
Betty Lou Hair & Beauty

Tuesday Sakura
Keiko Suicide
Dixie Dread
Sabien Demonia
Pornnipha Baker
Adrian Willard
Adam Turner
Daisy Rundle
Mikey Rollason
Dane Woods