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COMMITMENT-FREE TATTOOS. LASTING MAIN CHARACTER ENERGY.

COMMITMENT-FREE TATTOOS. LASTING MAIN CHARACTER ENERGY.

<p>Who We Are</p>

Who We Are

From the heart of downtown Toronto (or as us locals say, "Chronno"), Inkbox has been proudly producing semi-permanent tattoos and accessories since 2015.

With over ten thousand artist-created designs, our Freehand Tattoo Marker and Custom Platform, millions of people from 190 countries have gotten inked with our new-fashioned accessories that last 1-2 weeks.

Learn more about all the ways you can get inked, and join the Inkbox fam!

"For us, it's all about meaning attached to a tattoo, that feeling you get when you wear it"

FROM THE FOUNDERS



We started Inkbox as two twenty-somethings conducting experiments in our tiny apartment.

Quite a bit has changed since those days of kitchen R&D, but the most rewarding part of the adventure has been forming a community that trusts Inkbox through their self-expression journey.

We are constantly working on new ways, new innovations, to empower the ever-changing story of you.

Tyler and Braden Handley.

“Cover your body without any commitment.” “Tattoos from the comfort of your own home and with no needles or pain required.” “A good way to get a sense for whether or not really you want to get a permanent piece." “Temporary tattoos are more popular (and more realistic) than ever.” “A far cry from the cheesy temporary tattoos we used to buy out of gumball machines.”

  • Paper
  • TeenVogue
  • Dazed
  • Allure
  • InStyle

Stories From Our Community

Aleona: Custom

Aleona: Custom

"I've always been someone who wanted a tiny and simple tattoo but didn't want to go through the pain of getting one. Inkbox is a perfect solution as I love designing my own things!"

Kayla: Catalog

Kayla: Catalog

"I have been experimenting with a tattoo design for about a year, after my grandfather passed away. He had a love for birds and I chose the birds on the back of my arm to represent him."

Mia G: Catalog

Mia G: Catalog

"I got so many compliments on the tattoos and so many people thought they were real, which tells you how amazing of a product Inkbox is."

Mia F: Catalog

Mia F: Catalog

"I love Inkbox because I can try different tattoos, pain-free and hassle-free! They last a long time and look really good!"

AODA

Inkbox is dedicated to creating a safe, inclusive, and accessible environment for all persons with disabilities. We ensure all employees, employment candidates, volunteers, interns, and customers with disabilities are granted the same access to services and opportunities as others in a timely, equitable, and inclusive manner.

Transparency in communication is important to Inkbox. If you would like to discuss how Inkbox provides services to people with disabilities, view our multi-year accessibility plan, or if you need any additional accommodation, we encourage you to provide us with your request and feedback through: feedback@getinkbox.com.

Inkbox is in compliance with the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, Ontario Human Rights Code, and the Accessibility of Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005 (AODA), Inkbox reinforces complete inclusion of persons with disabilities in all our services and employment standards.
LAND ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

Inkbox Inc is committed to creating inclusive and equitable spaces for all, whilst empowering the voices of our employees and our surrounding communities.

Inkbox Inc wishes to acknowledge the land on which it operates. The purpose of this Land Acknowledgement is to provide an official statement recognizing the long-standing painful history of Colonization between Indigenous peoples and their traditional land.

It is fundamental that Inkbox acknowledges we operate on the native land of the Mississaugas of the Credit, Anishnabeg, Chippewa, Haudenosaunee and Wendat peoples.

‘Toronto’ originates from the Mohawk name ‘Tkaronto’ which means ‘the place in the water where the trees are standing’.

We wish to express our gratitude to the Indigenous peoples of this territory and across Turtle Island, as well as acknowledge our privilege in working on sacred land.

We recognize a Land Acknowledgement is just one small way to show our solidarity and stand out against the systemic oppression, obstruction of freedom, and atrocities Indigenous people have endured at the hands of Colonizers for generations. The work towards reconciliation, however, is never over.

We also wish to acknowledge and recognize all Treaty peoples - including those individuals who were brought to this land against their will, specifically, forcibly displaced people of African origin and descent, as a consequence of the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade and Slavery. We wish to honor and pay homage to those ancestors of African lineage and origin.