Category Archives: Tattooers

The Gypsy Gentleman Episode 6

At this point, hopefully you’ve at least watched an episode or two of The Gypsy Gentleman, featuring the work and travels of Marcus Kuhn and local tattooers of cities that he visits. If not, you should probably get on the … Continue reading

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If you like lady heads-which, let’s be real, who doesn’t-than Adore is right up your alley. Put together by Joshua Espenshade¬†and Gary Royal, Adore consists¬†solely of paintings of lady heads and will feature work by 50 really great tattooers including … Continue reading

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Dave Voegeli

A few weeks ago, I was lucky enough to make a trip down to NYC for Thom deVita’s popup art show at Kings Ave Tattoo. Soon after I had made arrangements for traveling down to the City, I quickly called … Continue reading

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Tattoo Culture Magazine

The wait is over. Tattoo Culture Magazine has officially dropped. I haven’t read through the whole issue. However, what I have read of it, I’ve been thoroughly impressed. I’ve gotten through Mike Rubendall and Valerie Vargas‘ interviews, so I still … Continue reading

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Born Weird

I’m not feeling all that well, and I’m also feeling quite lazy, so I’m just going to link you to Occult Vibrations write up on the forthcoming release by Yellow Beak Press-the same folks that put out the Milton Zeis … Continue reading

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One Year Ago

A year ago today, I decided to start this blog. I really didn’t know what I was going to do with it, or have a real plan on what I wanted to do with it, but I knew that I … Continue reading

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Why a Tattoo is Not a Painting, and a Painting is Not a Tattoo by Dawn Cooke

Here’s a great article from TAM’s blog by Dawn Cooke that I’d highly recommend individuals check out. It’s not very long, but it conveys the message all the same. I see posts all the time on Tumblr, Facebook, and on … Continue reading

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