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Published January 9th 2012
There was a time when you would find tattoo parlours hidden up an alleyway or in a small indistinguishable location, however, now the culture has changed. With a large identifiable shop front in the heart of Brunswick Street Mall, Fortitude Valley, you can't miss 'Valley Ink.
Tattooing has gone past being just an 'art form' and is now seen to be a growing part of culture and fast becoming a 'fashion statement'.
In the past, where you may have got a smaller tattoo designed on a part of your body, "this has changed and customers are commonly likely to have a "full sleeve" (majority of arm), or a full calf of "inked artwork", says Todd OP, the store manager.
Famous faces who have stepped inside for their customised 'Valley Ink', include Marto, (Triple M morning show host) and some of the rugby union team members from the 'Queensland Reds and the Wallabies.