Every Tattoo Done On Black Ink Crew Season Two

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  • Black Ink Crew 201 Angel Tattoo

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  • Black Ink Crew 201 Chess Piece

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  • Black Ink Crew Ceaser Chess Piece

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  • Black Ink Crew 202 Erica Mena Scorpion

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  • Black Ink Crew 202 Me Against The World

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  • Black Ink Crew 203 Geisha

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  • Black Ink Crew 203 Brick Squad Monopoly

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  • Black Ink Crew 203 Jay Z Tattoo

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  • Black Ink Crew 204 Sleep Peacefully

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  • Black Ink Crew 204 New York City

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  • Black Ink Crew 205 Loyalty

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  • Black Ink Crew 205 Praying Man

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  • Black Ink Crew 206 Aids Awareness

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  • Black Ink Crew 207 Rising Phoenix

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  • Black Ink Crew 207 Elephant

  • Black Ink Crew 208 Puzzle Piece

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  • Black Ink Crew 208 Mom Portrait

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  • Black Ink Crew 208 Asian Characters

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  • Black Ink Crew 209 Geisha

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  • Black Ink Crew 209 The Love Boat

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  • Black Ink Crew 210 Rising Phoenix

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  • Black Ink Crew 210 Tiger

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  • Black Ink Crew 211 Pharoah

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  • Black Ink Crew 211 Unicorn

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  • Black Ink Crew 212 Owl

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  • Black Ink Crew 213 Buddha

From professional break-ups to leaving a significant other behind in Jamaica, there was plenty of drama on Black Ink Crew this season. Things changed and relationships were tested, but the essence of the show–the tattoo craft–remained the same.

Ceaser and Dutchess kicked things off by getting matching chess piece tattoos to cement their love for one another (and their power over the shop), while Love And Hip Hop’s Erica Mena flocked to Black Ink to remove any memory of Rich Dollaz in exchange for a sexy scorpion. There were hip-hop heavyweights and adult movie stars, Jay Z lyrics and  a giant “love boat.” O’S**t proved he can recreate a sketch from memory, but shouldn’t knock the importance of spell check, while Ceaser made a case for why he is not only one of the hottest tattoo artists in the game, but an ambassador of NYC as well.

Season Two may be over, but this ink will live on forever. To catch up on what you may have missed, take a look at all the designs from Ceaser, Dutchess and O’S**t done at Black Ink this season. How does it compare to the designs of Season One? Was there a tattoo you wish was your own? Let us know in the comments below.