Tattoo // Friday, November 23, 2012
'I started tattooing in 2004, out of a shop in Hesperia, California. In 2011 I started concentrating on realism, and determined that was what I preferred to do. I enjoy doing anything realism, especially portraits and horror. It gives me great pleasure to see something come to life on the skin. Getting away from tattooing I also paint and use prisma colors....'
Tattoo // Thursday, October 25, 2012
After tattooing in New York City for over 10 years Marco Serio has now permanently moved to Amsterdam and is working at Classic Ink & Mods. Marco's signiature style has a traditional base, with his own artistic tendencies thrown in and he is not afraid to go big.
Tattoo // Wednesday, October 03, 2012
Fried chicken apple pie, Cajun cherry cupcakes, cheeseburger cheesy nachos, peaches and cream pudding, Filet Mignon, corn on the cob, strawberry shortcake, pizza, pizza, pizza. It's difficult to imagine many things better than food, I mean I can think of a FEW, but what better an icon to get permanently inked on your body than your favorite gastrointestinal delight?!
Tattoo // Friday, June 29, 2012
Anatomical tattoos are a way to literally wear your heart on your sleeve. Whether you are showing some muscle on top of your flesh or letting your brains hang out, getting these type of tattoos are a sure way to get some "oohs & ahhs" amongst your friends. In addition, why not feel as if your helping to educate the public by giving them an anatomy lesson?!
Tattoo // Wednesday, June 20, 2012
New York based tattoo artist Seth Wood brings to life all kinds of creatures on skin. His works are visual narratives drawing inspiration from children's fables, natural history, and traditional tattoo art. In addition to making rad tattoos, Wood is also a painter, illustrator, and woodworker.
Tattoo // Monday, June 04, 2012
Great tattoo work from Christel Perkins over at Sol Tribe Tattoo in Denver, CO. She has an impressive portfolio, including a recent John Baizley half-sleeve (still in the works), a piece depicting a gorgeous Audrey Kawasaki painting, a Darwin faced monkey and a delicious winged burger and ketchup dripping fries.