HERE’S THE SCOOP:
- A tattoo artist in India named Ishan Rana broke the Guinness World Record for the longest tattoo session by inking for 91 consecutive hours.
- He gave 74 tattoos to 64 people during the session which started on March 3 and ended on March 7.
- Rana consulted with GWR to ensure he followed all their rules and was allowed a 20-minute break every four hours.
Ishan Rana, a tattoo artist from Vadodara, India, has achieved a new Guinness World Record for the longest tattoo session by inking for 91 consecutive hours. Rana’s inking marathon started on March 3 and ended on March 7, during which he gave a total of 74 tattoos to 64 people.
His aim was to break the previous record of 61 hours and 37 minutes, which was held by Italian tattoo artist Giovanni Vassallo until August 2022 when it was surpassed by a 65-hour session.
Rana confirmed that he consulted with GWR to ensure that he was following all the rules of the record-keeping organization. He was also allowed a 20-minute break every four hours during the session.
Rana expressed his gratitude to the people who supported him throughout the record-breaking attempt, saying that “the most important thing was the love and support I got from my family, friends, and clients who stayed by my side throughout.”
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