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Eerie IT Tattoos | Buy Eternal Ink Sets online

We're huge fans of horror films here at Magnum Tattoo Supplies, and as we're slipping into spooky season, we're spoilt for choice right now with more and more horror films being added to Netflix, and at the cinema!
This September saw the release of Andy Muschietti’s IT part 2 remake, and we couldn't be more excited.  The first part of the film came out in 2017, and although nothing will ever top the original (remakes rarely do, mind), we were pleasantly suprised at how creepy Muschietti's version was. 
With every classic horror movie comes classic horror tattoos, and there are plenty of the Tim Curry Pennywise tattoos floating round right now (get it, floating?). Equally, we're seeing tonnes of brand new Pennywise tattoos featuring the all-new version of the creepy clown, and at Magnum Tattoo Supplies where you can buy Tattoo Ink online, we narrowed down some of our favourite IT tattoos.  Take a look...


We're totally creeped out by this black and grey Pennywise piece! Artist unknown


From horror tattoo master Paul Acker of Seance Tattoo Parlour, we love this original Pennywise piece. 


Bill Skarsgård’s Pennywise is totally different to the original, but we love it!  By Nikko Hurtado. 


Probably one of the scariest IT tattoos we've ever seen, and we love it. 

We're loving this traditional style IT tattoo.  A super creepy one! Artist unknown

Done bBen Ochoa, this Pennywise has such a menacing grin. 


Another great piece of work from Paul Acker, which captures Pennywise's whole face, and a haunting scene from the new movie at the foot of the tattoo too.   


We loved checking out these incredible IT tattoos, and we hope you have too!  Have you seen the new IT movie yet?  If so, why not get in touch to let us know what you think?  If you're looking to create some Pennywise tattoos then head over to our website where you can buy Eternal Ink Sets online!


Love Toni...



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