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London Ink

London Ink
Starring Louis Molloy
Dan Gold
Nikole Lowe
Phil Kyle
Country of origin United Kingdom
No. of seasons 2
No. of episodes 12
Original channel Discovery Real Time
Original release September 23, 2007 – present
Related shows Miami Ink
LA Ink
NY Ink
Rio Ink
External links

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London Ink is a reality show on Discovery Real Time that follows Louis Molloy and three other tattoo artists.

Each of the artists brings a different style to London Ink. Louis Molloy, is an expert in parallel and straight lines and other difficult shapes, and has tattooed David Beckham. Dan Gold is an avid graffiti artist in the freehand new wave graffiti style. New Zealand artist Nikole Lowe specializes in Japanese, Tibetan and Indian-themed art. American Phil Kyle brings a new wave old school style with his own twist over to England. The show is a spin-off of Miami Ink and premiered on September 23, 2007.[1]

The first series was filmed at London Tattoo, 332 Goswell Rd,EC!V 7LQ Islington, London [2] The shop lives on as a day to day tattoo studio London Tattoo at the Islington location

Glamour model Emily Scott appeared in the first episode of London Ink, in which she had a Koi fish tattooed on her right arm by Dan Gold.


  • Cast 1
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  • Episodes 2
  • See also 3
  • External links 4
  • References 5


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See also

External links

  • London Ink at Discovery Real Time
  • London Ink Blog
  • London Ink's official Myspace
  • London Ink's unofficial Bebo Page


  1. ^ "Digital Spy: Discovery Promo Sees London Get Inked". 
  2. ^ "London Tattoo". 

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