Low rent, low art, low what? None of these apply to Disciples of Ink,
but they respect the origins of their space.
Bacchus Marsh is on the border between the Woiwurrung and Wathaurong territories of the Kulin Nation. Now a long established and modern rural town, it has serviced gold rush travellers and been a mainstay of agriculture and country pursuits.
Disciples of Ink is situated in the impressive ANA building on Main Street. Seems fitting that a progressive business has established itself in a setting where billiard tables were once provided to, “keep young blokes off the streets.”
The shop embraces bygone parlour nostalgia while employing absolute highest practice health measures and controls. Disciples of Ink is a place where you will feel safe, but also get that genuine experience of tattoo history and intent. You ready for that ink now?