After 35 hours of painstaking hard work, Jason, Cleen, and Erik take a deep breath and finally unveil their work to the judges and all of America. Let the critiques begin.
Mark was up for elimination more times in this season than anyone in all of Ink Master – yet managed to hold on until the bitter end. Did he have the heart of a lion or just a streak of good luck?
Comedian Gabriel Iglesias hosts this year's annual special from Las Vegas, which is packed with commercials from around the world, many being shown for the first time on American television.
Joey, the fearful needle phobe, calls it quits and dashes out of the tattoo shop with a concerned Dr. Gabe on his tail, trying desperately to calm him down.
How do you employ tattoo therapy when someone is deadly afraid of needles in the first place? Joey’s courage is tested when he sits in the chair and starts to get inked.
Before getting inked, Keya tells Dr. Helene in therapy that she’s distrustful because of bad past relationships. We find out there’s a lot more to her story as the real truth is uncovered.
Dr. Helene works with a client who’s lost his eye in a random attack while Dr. Gabe works with a needle-phobe who hasn’t been to a doctor in 15 years.
Every drop of ink paid off for the very talented Jason Clay Dunn as he finally stakes his claim, earning the title of ‘Ink Master’ and taking home $100,000.
In a live finale that was both fierce and thrilling, Jason Clay Dunn was named winner of Season 5 of "Ink Master." Dunn wins a cash prize of $100,000, a feature article in the premiere tattoo publication Inked and the ultimate bragging rights title of 'Ink Master.'
The first round of elimination tattoos begins as the artists are given just 5 hours to ink human canvases with decorative trimming tats. James already has a non-jolly client.
Tune in to a special episode of Ink Master on December 23 at 10/9c on SPIKE.