L.A. Ink’s tattooing rivals, Ruthless and Amy face-off on the cover of Rebel Ink

Rebel Ink’s newest issue features “L.A. Ink” star tattooists, Ruthless and Amy facing off in a battle to see who’s the alpha-female of the American Electric shop.
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Dec. 13, 2010 - PRLog -- Paramus, NJ, December 12, 2010—Rebel Ink, the publication that delivers the wildest, larger-than-life, tattooed baddasses you’ll ever see, announced the release of their latest, January 2011 issue. What better way to ring in the New Year, than with tattoo starlets, Ruth “Ruthless” Pineda and Amy Nicoletto having an ink-slingin’ duel on the cover?

Rebel Ink is about the individuals that have laid out their life in ink. Each page is a testimony to their extreme lifestyle and extreme art, and this new issue offers that and gives you a lot more for your hard-earned bucks. The new issue takes you to Europe to gaze at the artistry of Italy’s Alex De Pase and gives you the insight on the French connection between Dimitri HK and Steph D. of Dimitri Tatouages.  

For our reality t.v. junkies, not only did RI include, Ruthless and Amy, but they threw in Corey Harrison and Chumlee of “Pawn Stars” and “American Idol” season seven finalist, Carly—who along with her tat artist hubby, Todd Smithson, discussed their love for each other as well as the ink.

As always, Rebel Ink makes it a mission to delve into the subculture of tattoos and tattooing. Also featured in the January 2011 issue are skier-turned-rapper, Sheist D.—who discusses the life experiences that shaped his ink collection—as well as, ‘80s rock tribute band, Steel Panther—whose members offer their tales of tattoos and backstage mayhem.

Rebel Ink magazine made its grandiose debut in May 2009 as the sister magazine to hip-hop, tattoo magazine, Urban Ink—and it has been tearing through the tattoo magazine scene since its inception. Rebel Ink is distributed across America as well as in Australia, Canada and the UK and is available in most major chains including Walmart, Borders, Barnes & Nobles and 7-11.

For additional information on Rebel Ink magazine contact Dan Brown at dan@urbanink.com or visit facebook.com/rebelinkmag.

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Rebel Ink magazine made its grandiose debut in May 2009 as the sister magazine to hip-hop, tattoo magazine, Urban Ink—and it has been tearing through the tattoo magazine scene since its inception. Rebel Ink is distributed across America as well as in Australia, Canada and the UK and is available in most major chains including Walmart, Borders, Barnes & Nobles and 7-11.
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