In an intense and exciting live finale, Bubba Irwin and DJ Tambe of Old Town Ink were named the winners of Ink Master Season 9.
The fate of these talented tattoo shops is in your hands, America. Who will you help make it to the top two?
Each week in this season of Ink Master we witnessed phenomenal art pour out of the competition, and of course the fans scrambled to Instagram to examine every single detail of the artists’ work and voice their opinions.
America, it was up to you to determine which artists from Basilica Tattoo, Black Cobra Tattoo, and Old Town Ink had to tattoo live to represent their shop in one last hurrah of the season.
Spike TV’s hit original reality-competition series “Ink Master” returns for a ninth season on Tuesday, June 6 at 10/9c, with the highest stakes yet and twice as much prize money on the line.
Spike’s hit original tattoo-competition series, “Ink Master,” continues to grow, renewing for a tenth season and greenlighting a new special, “Ink Master Angels.”
Tuesday night has become “Ladies Night” on Spike as a record number of women tuned-in to the most recent season of the network’s hit series, “Ink Master.”
For the first time in Ink Master history, the show has a female winner. Ryan Ashley was named winner of Ink Master Season 8, earning a cash prize of $100,000, a feature article in the premiere tattoo publication Inked, the ultimate bragging rights title of 'Ink Master' and a guest spot at Oliver Peck's Elm Street Tattoo.
It's time to vote for your favorite artist right now and help them become a finalist. Will it be Ryan Ashley Malarkey, Gian Karle Cruz, or Kelly Doty? Let's get those votes going!
So after all was said and done, what did the fans love the most? Here are the top 5 below, and let’s just say one artist in particular definitely pleased our fans on Instagram.