Welcome to (P)INK 180!!!

Posted on Oct 2, 2013 in Ministry, Tattoos

Welcome to (P)INK 180!!! I am donating 25% of the proceeds from every tattoo I do to the American Cancer Society.

Don’t doubt the power of God to change a heart….

Posted on Aug 30, 2013 in Ministry, Tattoos, Uncategorized

Three months ago, I was invited to the PADS Office on the south side of Chicago to speak to the clients there about the services that we provide.. During that meeting, I met a young man named Marques. Marques was a former gang member who was working with my friend Kat to turn his life around. He didn’t have any gang tattoos to cover, but instead something I hadn’t seen before. The gang he was in ...

They just get younger and younger…

Posted on Mar 7, 2012 in Ministry

This afternoon I got a phone call from a probation officer in Elgin, IL asking me about setting up a cover-up appointment for one of her assigned clients. The PO then ran down the list of 3 tattoos needs to cover up…a pitchfork on his finger, street name on his forearm and another large pitchfork on his shoulder blade, the mark of the Satans Disciples. She told me that he was recently released from a juvenile detention ...

I gave my first INK 180 TV News Interview today

Posted on Mar 5, 2012 in Ministry, News

I’d like to welcome you to the INK 180 Blog. Today was a huge day for me and INK 180 because I gave my first television news interview with WGN News today. The story is going to be edited this week and will air sometime next week. They told me that they’ll let me know when, 24 hours in advance so I will be sure to post that info as soon as I get it. Today, ...

Making a Difference One Tattoo At A Time

Posted on Mar 1, 2012 in Ministry, News

Making a Difference One Tattoo At A Time By Brad Polley - Posted in the Oswego Patch February 10, 2012 — Two and a half years ago my friend, Chris Baker, sat in marriage counseling with his wife, having no idea that his life was about to change forever. Chris and his wife were both deeply skeptical of God and the Church.  When the counselor asked if she could pray for them he thought, “Why not.  Can’t ...