Fixed rig cameras capture the day-to-day antics and artistry inside a busy tattoo studio on Sydney's Bondi Beach. This series reveals unique, entertaining and often poignant insights into why so many Australians get inked.
Fixed rig cameras capture the day-to-day antics inside a busy tattoo studio on Sydney's Bondi Beach. At 83, Jan is the studio s oldest client. To celebrate her birthday she s getting a tattoo to honour her deceased daughter.
Heidi has a brave story of survival. From the accident that left her a paraplegic, to where she is today - Heidi is choosing to tell her story on her skin. And James gets a tattoo to commemorate his late mum.
Three Navy brothers are on a sentimental mission to commemorate their dead father - a decorated naval officer. While friends Karen and Leanne come in for bunny tattoos to celebrate the Rabbitoh Grand Final victory.
Loud, proud football fans ink their loyalty, while Aaron celebrates a different kind of faith. Dan helps a client through crippling pain, and as one extreme ink addict sends a message to society, as does glamazon Mink.
From the guilty to the most innocent and everything in between. Tensions peak as a staff meeting kicks off a busy day. A baby, a criminal, a heart wrenching loss, a pole dancer, a pin-up, and the biggest tattoo yet.
It's a battle of the sexes for the highest pain threshold; country girl Cas celebrates her new found confidence, while Rachel mourns her past. Plus patience wears thin as the studio is invaded by 'blokes'.
This final episode is an extraordinary mix of celebrities, characters, courage, confrontation and classic Josh moments. Australian pop singer, Reece Mastin pops into the studio to get some ink.
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