The Tattoo Work of Josh Mason

Tattoo // Saturday, October 06, 2012
What do King Diamond, Mr. T, Motley Crue, Henry Rollins all have in common (besides the fact that I love them all)?! They've all been rendered permanently on the lucky clients of Josh Mason out at Old Soul Tattoo in Canonsburg, PA. Not a bad roster of renderings to have under your belt!

Invisible Ink's Regino Gonzales

Tattoo // Friday, October 05, 2012
Still killing it out at Invisible Ink Tattoo shop in NYC is the talent of Regino Gonzales, his touch and professionalism can be seen across the board from color to grayscale, portraiture, traditional and his own stylized rendering.

Clifton Carter's Tattoo

Tattoo // Friday, October 05, 2012
Clifton Carter states, “I have been working at tattoo shops since 1999 and apprenticed in 2000. I started tattooing full time in January 2001. I like doing every type of tattoo especially anything that looks like an Ed Hardy thing. In my tattooing I am just trying to carry images and ideas forward that I have been fortunate enough to be exposed to. There has been so much beautiful visual art made in human history that I would love to help people wear in the skin..."

The Work of Danny Reed

Tattoo // Friday, October 05, 2012
“I’ve been tattooing almost 10 years. I started here in Asheville NC and have been here almost my whole entire career. I really enjoy all types of tattooing. I love lettering, black and grey, portraits, Japanese, traditional, tribal and fine-line, but my favorite stuff is the weird shit, just strange, humorous and different. I draw a lot of inspiration from Ed Hardy, Greg Irons, Jim Philips, Dave Lum, Bob Roberts, old comics and animators...

Behind the Scenes with Megan Massacre

Tattoo // Thursday, October 04, 2012
The talented and foxy Megan Massacre of NY INK takes you behind the lens of her recent cover shoot for UK-based Attitude Clothing Magazine's summer issue.

Amigos de los Muertos

Tattoo // Thursday, October 04, 2012
"Amigos de los Muertos" is a handy little resource book for tattoo artists and tattoo enthusiasts alike, chocked full of morbidly delightful and visually inspiring Day of the Dead illustrations drawn by Roberto Jaras Lira, Jeral Tidwell, Angryblue, and David Lozeau. Be sure to check out Last Gasp Books to learn more about this awesomely macabre little gem.

Tattooed Realism by Ricardo Fumanal

Juxtapoz // Thursday, October 04, 2012
Color or blackscale? Full sleeve, or business sleeve? Gorgeous tattooed rendering by the talented fashion illustrator Ricardo Fumanal depicting 2 fully tattooed arms. I'd be curious to know where or who he got his tattoo illustration inspiration from.

Tattoos by Sam Clark

Tattoo // Thursday, October 04, 2012
Only tattooing since 2008, Sam Clark has already amassed an impressive portfolio of work, developing a strong aesthetic point of view in a relatively short amount of time. Check out some of Clark's incredible tattoos and the impeccably rendered Flash that inspired them.

The Works of Rik Lee

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, October 03, 2012
A couple new tattooed renderings from Rik Lee, an artist that lives and draws in Melbourne, Australia. He works with grey lead pencils, watercolours and his computer creating beautiful illustrations with tattoo undertones. When he’s not drawing Rik tries not to fall off his skateboard and enjoys talking in detail about the weather. In the future he intends to draw more, travel more, get more tattoos, drive a ’67 Chevy Impala and move down the coast with his girl and his dog.

Remember Inner Lip Tattoos??

Tattoo // Wednesday, October 03, 2012
There was definitely a time in the early 90's where the thought of getting an inner lip tattoo seemed like a cool idea. Its hidden, rebellious, it seems like a pretty fun party trick and it seems like the perfect place for any 4 letter word. Apparently this tattoo trend hasn't died out and there are new lip tattoos out there to behold, in that awkward moment when you are forced to look at the eroding gums of someone you just met, to check out their 'ink'.

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