Imarri Townsend works at one of the city's few tattoo parlours specializing in dark skin tones.
It's kind of like Photoshopping your face onto Mount Rushmore.
This couple wears their hearts on their sleeves. Or, rather, arms.
“So we're looking for a 1980s school desk?”
Before Saskatoon-based artist Chris Wenzel died, he asked his wife to preserve his life’s work — large-scale tattoos all over his body.
For those who want to avoid the Justin Bieber route.
That unicorn tat may be cute, but not to your employer.
The Toronto tattoo shop transforms scars into gorgeous art for free.
The key thing to keep in mind is that tattoos are perceived differently by different employers and individuals.
She now sees her scars as "entirely positive."