Saturday, September 13, 2008

Lil Wayne and The Game Mark Up with Urban Ink

Latest issue of tattoo magazine features cover stories on Hip Hop’s biggest stars.

Paramus, NJ, August 15, 2008 --( Urban Ink Magazine, The Only Tatttoo Magazine For People Of Color, has released their fifth issue and it’s the ink publication’s biggest yet. This issue of the 200,000-circulation magazine offers two collector’s edition covers that feature Hip Hop mega-stars, Lil Wayne and The Game. Each of the two collector’s edition covers show these rap artists in full color action shots that prominently display their body art front and center for the world to see. Each copy of this latest issue of Urban Ink Magazine includes a feature story on both The Game and Lil Wayne, as well as a full color poster of both collector’s edition covers.

Since Urban Ink Magazine first hit the streets in July of 2007, the publication has emerged as the country’s leading magazine reporting on the fastest growing trend in urban culture– tattooing. Every issue of Urban Ink Magazine offers the reader in-depth bios on the cutting-edge tattoo artists on the urban inking scene such as Zulu and Miya Bailey. Interviews and essays on these artists are accompanied by pages of photographs of the work being done by these very important artists in the urban community.

Urban Ink Magazine also goes around the world to bring readers a close up look at artists of color from many different nations, who offer insight into the state of skin art in their country as well as the history of body art as it pertains to specific cultures across the globe.

The sexier side of urban culture is never ignore in an issue of Urban Ink, as every issue also offers many pages devoted to beautiful women of color who show off their skin and ink proudly in “Hot Chicks, Cool Ink” pictorials.

Of course no issue of Urban Ink Magazine would be complete without celebrity profiles and photo features such as the current issue’s stories on Lil Wayne and The Game. Each issue of the magazine brings fans a unique look at their favorite inked celebrities and personalities of color from the worlds of entertainment and sports.

Urban Ink Magazine is available wherever magazines are sold, and in major distribution chains across the country including Barnes & Noble, Walmart and Virgin Megastores.

For media and business inquiries, contact Paul Gambino (201) 843-4004 Ext. 128.

Contact Information
Urban Ink Magazine
Dan Brown
201-843-4004 Ext. 153

1 comment:

Goldi gold said...

word, i'm glad they really doing it. I read the life span of a magazine is 1 issue. crucial. Embrace the culture people