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New high-resolution tattoo system promises lasting vivid colours

A revolutionary method of body disfiguration that uses ink cartridges has been invented by Japanese technologists.

The system, which involves using special 3840 x 2160 4K needles to apply the initial tattoo is permanently topped up with ink, fed from a CMYK ink cartridge into the blood via a number of catheters.

The results are said to be stunning, however the process isn’t cheap. Depending on the size and complexity of the design, tattoos range from £75K -£299,999.99K and you should expect ongoing replacement ink cartridge costs of around £120 per month.

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