Our logo means everything to us.
It represents all of our values and is a symbol of our promise to uphold those values forever.
Ink & Water is a concept and a lifestyle choice.
Thats why its always free for anyone to get our symbol as a tattoo and we donate to charity everytime someone gets it.
What It Means To Us:
Just 1 drop of solid ink can disperse throughout the water and change it.
2 drops, side by side, different and juxtaposed, symmetrical and harmonious.
When ink first hits the water there are endless possibilities, directions and trajectories.
The truth is it's open to mean whatever you want it to.
It used to be our logo but now it's yours
Click below to see what it means to others who have gotten it tattooed...
Monthly Charity Tattoo
Each month Ink + Water tattoo partners with a different charity to create a tattoo design that embodies the individual charity into our logo. Anyone can book in to get the design of the month for free. Each time someone gets the design tattooed - we donate out of our pocket to the charity. Email us for more details!
Our Charity for May is: Jack.org! @jackdotorg
In recent years mental health has become an increasingly popular conversation especially in Toronto, and we are incredibly thankful for that!
Mental health includes our emotional, psychological, and social well-being. It affects how we think, feel, and act.
It also helps determine how we handle stress, relate to others, and make choices.
We're talking about a complex & timeless thing here, but we know where to start.
Educate ourselves on mental health. Create a safe and judgement free world for us all to talk honestly about our mental health. That's exactly what Jack.org is doing!
Jack.org is a charity that trains and empowers young leaders who are revolutionizing mental health. Jack.org is working towards a Canada where all young people understand how to take care of their own mental health and look out for each other. A Canada without shame and where all those that need support get the help they deserve. With a national network of 2,500 young leaders, they're only just getting started.
Through Jack Talks, Jack Chapters and Jack Summits, young leaders identify and dismantle barriers to positive mental health in their communities.
We had a great talk with our friend Catelyn at Jack.org and we decided to honour the incredible advocacy work being done across Canada from coast to coast to coast with a wave.
Every positive action you take reverberates in a ripple effect, creating a larger wave, a bigger movement. Suicide is still the number 1 health-related cause of death for young people in Canada and it’s time we all rise up, create a wave of positive change and #DoSomething.
Past Charity Tattoos
The Get Real Movement
The Canadian Music Therapy Trust Fund
Ronald McDonald House Charities (Toronto)