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NY Ink

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Tattoo artist Ami James leaves the warm sunny shores of Miami for the cold hard concrete and steel of New York City. New York Ink follows Ami, as he opens a shop in the city where if you aren't the best, you won't survive. Risking his reputation and finances on a huge new space in Manhattan's ultra cool Soho district, Ami has recruited an elite staff of artists who's personalities are as big as their tattoo skills. Will they be able to join forces and make an indelible mark on the New York tattoo world, or will the stresses of the city be too much for Ami and his team to handle?

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Amazon.com: 5 reviews
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Pretty good show! May 18 2012
By Rodriguez79 - Published on Amazon.com
Being a fan of the original show when we first met Ami James, I was anxious to see how this show would play out and though it's pretty good so far, (I have a thing for Megan Massacre), Ami seems more quick to anger in this series than he was in "Miami". There's a lot of drama in the first season when a former friend Chris, is introduced at the last minute to join the crew. Those who watched the first season will remember Tim Hendricks who eerily resembles Edward Norton has now joined up with Ami as well as several other artists. All of them are incredibly talented but this show seems more focused on drama and complaining than actual art like "Miami" all in all it's still a good show though and I can't wait to see what happens next.
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Doco-ink July 23 2013
By Michael Kerjman - Published on Amazon.com
I find no reason in skin-modifying also artists doing a job amuse with professionalism and imaginary.

For a general acquaintance with tattoo business brightest sides, nice NYC landscapes included.
Five Stars April 9 2015
By J. Dinsmore - Published on Amazon.com
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Really enjoyed this, wish it included more seasons.
Five Stars Feb. 5 2015
By dc - Published on Amazon.com
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Love ami!
1 of 4 people found the following review helpful
ny ink Oct. 25 2011
By chino - Published on Amazon.com
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this was an interresting show to watch. yes there was alot of speculation on facebook that this show jst had too much drama in it. but to me, that jst made the show that much more better. there was alot of tense moments n it. it left me wanting more. not only did u c some gr8 art n it, there was gr8 stories frm customers, and drama happening with the crew. i dont usually buy shows like this 2 own, but this season i had 2 have.

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