Graffiti // Friday, October 04, 2013
Fuzi has been roaming all over the globe, primarily leaving ink on peoples skin in untraditional settings aka not tattoo parlors. The Parisian artist headed to Taiwan for the first time, which was well documented in this new video. His stay consisted of a little spray painting, tattooing and from what we could see in a quick frame, perhaps he made a visit to the cultural iconic, betel nut girls? We certainly did when we were there. How could you resist?
Juxtapoz // Friday, August 02, 2013
From Exhibition A, who is selling this desired Wes Lang special edition box set: "Two years ago, Wes Lang completed his first artist-in-residence term at the Chateau Marmont, resulting in a suite of exceptional stationery drawings in the tradition of Martin Kippenberger. The series, entitled "Sittin' on a Rainbow" was presented as a one-night-only exhibition in the Howard Hughes penthouse and is one of his most sought-after bodies of work. Exhibition A has collaborated with Wes Lang to produce a selection of ten archival prints from the Chateau Marmont drawings in a limited edition box set of 100, to be officially released next week..."
Juxtapoz // Friday, July 26, 2013
In conjunction with Harley-Davidson’s 110th anniversary celebration, the Milwaukee Art Museum presents its first tattoo exhibition, highlighting the work of Amund Dietzel, who came to Milwaukee in 1913. This exhibition celebrates one hundred years since Dietzel’s arrival, and in the midst of what many consider a renaissance of tattooing, the Museum is proud to present the work of one of its earliest masters. Dietzel helped define the look of the “traditional” or “old school” tattoo, kept the practice alive through two world wars, and passed on his craft to future generations.
Juxtapoz // Monday, July 01, 2013
While working in Bangkok on assignment, British/French photographer Cedric Arnold met a shipyard worker who was covered head-to-toe in tattoos. The tradition, chronicled in a project that consumed four and half years of his life, attempts to cover the tradition in its entirety by documenting ceremonies that are only held in certain parts of the country. The tradition incorporates elements of Buddhism, Animism, Brahmanism, and Hinduism and is believed to date back to the 9th century.
Illustration // Friday, June 21, 2013
Ramon Maiden is an illustrator, art maniac and custom & vintage addict living between Barcelona, Spain and NYC. He has been reappropriating vintage illustrations from postcards, calendars, and old erotic magazines with his signiature bic-pen tattoo work, creating a delicate portrayl of contemporary ink.
Juxtapoz // Tuesday, April 23, 2013
We have been admirers of Wes Lang at Juxtapoz for a long time, especially his fantastic contributions to the Grateful Dead over the past year. Now, the tattoo and fine artist has contributed some flash designs fro Sleepy Jones and a new Jasper Boxer short look. Imagine the surprise from a significant other if this is what you are showing off on a first date... you will be a winner, trust us.
Juxtapoz // Thursday, April 11, 2013
Raking Light Projects has announced an installation exhibition by internationally renowned tattoo artist, Jondix. Aeons-Tulpais the first exhibition produced by Raking Lights Projects and will take place at Against the Stream Buddhist Meditation Society, founded by American Buddhist teacher and author, Noah Levine.
Graffiti // Wednesday, March 27, 2013
Yes my friend, you have made it very apparent in getting this tattoo that you do in fact possess “Whiteboy Swag.” Now please make sure you are the only person to honorably receive such an authentic tattoo, grab some gasoline and a lighter, and burn that tattoo shop down to the ground. You won.
Graffiti // Thursday, March 14, 2013
Beginning this Saturday, March 16 - March 26 the prolific street bomber, MQ, will be tattooing at Have A Good Time Shop in Japan. We are unsure whether you have to make an appointment or not, but this rare opportunity has presented itself to you and we suggest to take advantage people of Tokyo!
Juxtapoz // Monday, March 04, 2013
Barcelona-based artist Ramon Maiden uses a ball-point pen to tatoo characters on vintage illustrations, postcards, and calendars. The detailed pieces feature Vargas pin-ups and religious prints of Saints fully tattooed by Maiden's pen.