For a limited time only, permanent and semi-permanent tattoos are available for free to over 70's and adults accompanied to a studio in Shoreditch by their Granny or Grandad.
Cloak and Dagger will ink pensioners — but won't tattoo hands, neck or face and all adults must have a full consultation.
Getting a new one finally. #london #cloakanddagger #tattoo #tattooart #tattoos #tattooink #inked #tattooartist #ink #tattoolife #tattooed #tatuaggio #tatuaggioindolore #tatuaggi pic.twitter.com/k4jzKU1XGc
— Andrea Nano (@andreakanano) December 6, 2017
According to a survey carried out in 2015 by YouGov, almost half of people with tattoos in America and Britain got their first tattoo at 21 years old; one in ten people choose to have one after the age of 45.
@professorgreen accompanies his nan Patricia as she gets a henna tattoo applied at @CocaCola's pop-up tattoo parlour — which offers free tattoos to the over 70s — at Cloak and Dagger, in London. Ahhh, bless. pic.twitter.com/BiuMpkrMWB— Yui Mok (@YuiMok) February 5, 2018