What does it take to be a master of ink? There’s no governing body in the world of tattoos, no Jedi council of wise artists to confer such a title. It’s the twenty-first century; such ideas seem archaic in this modern world of high speed internet and drones equipped with flamethrowers. In this day and age, such honor and prestige can only come from one source — reality television.
Maybe there is an analogy to the Jedi council in the world of tattooing.
If there is, it’s broadcast on Spike TV. I think Navarro is Yoda, and Nunez is likely Qui Gon, but I’m fine with Peck being Mace Windu. But, even if you personally see him as more of a Kit Fisto, make no mistake about it, Oliver Peck is truly a master of ink.