I, like many others, are disgusted with the fact that the television network TLC is intending to air a program titled "Tattoo School". The premise of this show is ..
Award-winning Tattoo Artist Lisa Fasulo runs a hands-on and unconventional tattoo school in upstate NY where students from all walks of life learn how to tattoo in just two weeks. These rookie students are seeking to change their lives through tattooing. With just two intense weeks under Lisa's instruction, they will get the experience tattooing on body after body with artwork of varying levels of difficulty.
Rookie students, models risking their skin to first time body artists, a rebellious instructor and unconventional training...who will bear the drama of competition and survive?
DRAMA?! Risking their skin?!? UNCONVENTIONAL TRAINING?! Sounds really bad to me. My husband is in the tattoo field and I take the art of tattooing very seriously. TLC is again airing another STELLAR program about how to NOT take the industry seriously..along with LA ink and now NY ink. The shows revolve around drama and arrogance and it makes my husbands job at a tattoo shop even more difficult because people see these television programs and think that it's the reality.
PLEASE Sign the petition and complain to TLC and even the school at:
Thank you for your time. Let's stop the shenanigans people..if you wanna learn grab some pigskin and and orange first..talk to people in the field..2 weeks is not enough...
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