These London tattoo artists set up a pop-up shop where the main objective was to send a message to fight violence against women. The pop-up has partnered with Action Aid and called #MyBodyIsMine.
These Artists Are Using Tattoos To Fight Violence Against Women
These tattoo artists have decided to use their powers for good as they set up a pop-up shop in London with the objective of speaking out against violence against women.
In partnership with Action Aid, they shared the message under the tagline #MyBodyIsMine.
One of the tattoo artists Grace Neutral is famous for her hand-poked tattoo designs. She specialises in designing flora and fauna at her Femme Fatale studio.
Jade Chanel, the owner of Vaporwave tattoo studio, and Rizza Boo from Glasgow were also involved.
The objective of the pop-up shop was to give people temporary tattoos, merch prints and t-shirts while sending a message of support.
The proceeds from the sale of the merchandise would go to ActionAid.
They say that the message behind the pop-up shop is to make permanent change even if the tattoos and the pop-up store is temporary.