Body Art and Tattoo Design Ideas Showcased by New Online Gallery

MediaZink compiles a wide range of tattoo art, events, and lifestyles in an innovative online gallery.

Copenhagen, Denmark - August 14, 2019 —

Body art websites display work from all over the world. Online tattoo galleries can exhibit different designs, give people interested in tattoos ideas and present news from the many tattoo conventions and festivals. Among the new galleries opening online is MediaZink.
MediaZink covers a wide variety of news and issues within the tattoo community. The website works with tattoo institutions like Inkster and MasterInk to compile innovative designs and breaking developments. Users have praised the website for its wide focus and sharp reporting.

Carsten Augustenborg, a senior managing partner, writes, “We are excited about all the attention that MediaZink has been getting lately. We started the site because we love tattoos and body art and wanted to compile all the awesome stuff going on in one place. Now, we cover tattoo artists and conventions all over the world. It is great to see the big names all together, and we are grateful to be able to provide a platform for up-and-coming artists and scenes.”

Besides showing new art, MediaZink has up to date commentary on conventions. Recently, its team released a video from the Berlin’s 29th annual Tattoo Convention. The team gives commentary, illuminating the complex world behind the tattoo industry and the people who love body art.

Founded by serial entrepreneur Augustenborg and his wife, the publication signals new possibilities in tattoo media. Studies show that more people than ever are getting ink. Growing coverage allows for people to connect with and understand the trends and events within the tattoo world.

“We want people to be able to keep in touch,” says Augustenborg, “we have specific sections that cover the different regions.”

The emphasis for the site is community, according to the MediaZink team. Aside from the regional focus, the website also has sections for different tattoo “lifestyles.” Sections such as “sport,” “celebrity” and “fun & bizarre” lead the reader to a variety of different people living inked lives.

Many readers might see themselves in the range of events and people covered, and this seems to conform to the goals of the website.

Those interested in getting a look behind the scenes of the world of ink can visit MediaZink.com and scroll through the many categories.

 

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About Us: Online platform focusing on the World of BodyArt.

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