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The Northern Fire History Podcast hosted by Sacred Knot and Badger King

In the months where we were unable to tattoo due to the pandemic, we have kept ourselves very busy… There are a number of projects ongoing for the studio and also with Northern Fire, the artistic collective we started last year. We don’t want to give everything away so watch this space…   For…(Read More)

As well as my day job, I am lucky enough to work with the artists of the Northern Fire collective, who specialise in historical Celtic and Nordic artwork and to celebrate the winter solstice in December, we all performed around a fire in a cave in North Wales. We had originally made some recordings on…(Read More)

Sacred Knot Tattoo llandudno, Wales

Covid – 19

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At Sacred Knot, we have been keeping an eye on the situation developing across the world with the Coronavirus. Domestic Clients Unfortunately due to the likely travel restrictions over the next few months, we have taken the decision to book only domestic clients for a little while at the Sacred Knot studio. We have 3…(Read More)

Northern Fire, Sacred Knot, Fire

You may have seen some posts on the Sacred Knot social media about Northern Fire… We’ve been so busy recently that we haven’t really had a chance to explain our vision, so here we go! The Beginnings Northern Fire was formed after a long day of tattooing in Manchester. Sean was trying his…(Read More)

Sacred Knot Tattoo Sean Parry performing welsh music at Midgardsblot

So far, 2019 has been a busy year for Sacred Knot! As well as moving the studio to Wales, we have tattooed and visited several countries as well… The year started with a visit to London as the British Library had an exhibition on the Anglo Saxons. The exhibition displayed a number of important…(Read More)

Sacred Knot Tattoo Studio, Llandudno

You may have noticed that we haven’t posted anything on our website for a little while… There has been quite a lot going on! Sacred Knot Studio After spending a couple of years tattooing in Manchester, Sean felt it was time to move home to Llandudno and the first part of the year has…(Read More)

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