Skin Kitchen Tattoo
    shop@skinkitchen.com 515-255-4430

Tattoo Power Supply Types - Tattoo 101 EP 03

Coronavirus and Policy Changes

March 27th Update - We have been notified by the Governor that they will be extending the closure until April 8th. 

The Governor of Iowa has ordered us to cease operation from 10pm March 22nd until April 1st. Both Skin Kitchen Tattoo & The Axiom will be closed until at least Thursday, April 2nd. 

Submitted by DaVo on Mon, 10/07/2019 - 18:43

This is the 3rd episode in our series Tattoo 101. In this episode, Jack Lowe of Skin Kitchen Tattoo discusses the different types of Tattoo Power Supplies or Units. The focus of this series to help educate those new to Tattooing and those not so new about the Art of Tattooing. Not only to help you through the act of getting a tattoo but better understand the process and increase your ability to have a conversation with your artist.

Jack Lowe is a Professional Tattoo Artist and has been part of the Tattoo Industry since 1993 not only as a Tattooist but as the owner of Skin Kitchen Tattoo since 1997.  For more information on Jack, his work and the Skin Kitchen Tattoo go to https://skinkitchen.com. If there is something that you feel wasn't covered in the video or have additional questions, please comment. For more information on Jack Lowe and Skin Kitchen Tattoo go to https://skinkitchen.com

Get Skin Kitchen Tattoo, Axiom Body Piercing, and Body Piercing & Tattooing Channel Merchandise - http://bit.ly/skamerch

Canon EOS 80D - https://amzn.to/2RD2jcS with Canon EF-S 24mm f/2.8 STM Lens - https://amzn.to/2jMCkDe

Audio - Recorded with Audio-Technica AT875R Line + Gradient Condenser Microphone - https://amzn.to/2XiCMuT and Tascam DR-70D 4-Track Portable Audio Recorder - https://amzn.to/2KuteqG

Skin Kitchen Tattoo and The Axiom Body Piercing Studio are located at 3800 Douglas Ave./Des Moines, Iowa 50311
Tattoo hours are Thursday - Monday 1-8pm
Piercing hours are Thursday - Monday 2-8pm

Video Series

Pros & Cons & Tattoo 101

Tattoo 101