Motorcycle Company Created Tattoo Ink Using One Of Its Bikes

Motorcycle Company Created Tattoo Ink Using One Of Its Bikes
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The company, Indian Motorcycle, made just one batch of the limited edition ink from a racing star's burnout residue

Lauren Kirkwood
  • 3 august 2017

Indian Motorcycle collaborated with Team One Los Angeles to create a batch of limited edition tattoo ink made from burnout residue from motocross star Carey Hart’s Indian Scout Hooligan bike.

Ink maker Franco Vescovi of Nocturnal Ink created the substance, dubbed Indian Ink, which will be available at Vatican Studios in California and at Hart & Huntington Tattoo shops in Las Vegas, Nashville, Orlando and Niagara Falls.

“Indian Motorcycle Ink embodies our value of leading, rather than following, to blaze entirely new trails where others have never ventured,” Reid Wilson, director of marketing for Indian Motorcycle, said in a statement.

Indian Ink

Indian Motorcycle collaborated with Team One Los Angeles to create a batch of limited edition tattoo ink made from burnout residue from motocross star Carey Hart’s Indian Scout Hooligan bike.

Ink maker Franco Vescovi of Nocturnal Ink created the substance, dubbed Indian Ink, which will be available at Vatican Studios in California and at Hart & Huntington Tattoo shops in Las Vegas, Nashville, Orlando and Niagara Falls.

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