Limited edition Sanrio flash from Grant Cobb

December 13th, 2010 by Julene Huffman -


Know any Sanrio junkies?

If so, this limited edition Sanrio-inspired flash sheet by Grant Cobb ($75) might be right up their alley. Send him an email for details on purchase.

The Real Deal at Black 13

November 26th, 2010 by Kevin -


If you’re near Nashville and looking to get tattooed before January 15th, check out this deal courtesy of Black 13 Tattoo. All of the nitty gritty details are below.

Taking it all off at Hope Gallery Tattoo

November 26th, 2010 by Kevin -


Between November 25th and the 29th, the Hope Gallery Tattoo online store is taking 20% off all orders. Use coupon code “NAKED” while you’re checking out to see the discounts.

The good book

October 1st, 2010 by Kevin -


After you’ve mastered your bubble girly style sketch book, your next mission is to acquire the Religious sketch books from Steve Soto. Two different versions are available, each containing over thirty pages of religious-inspired art sure to make you praise the heavens.

At $50 each you probably won’t be sketching in these, but you can always copy the pages until you’ve mastered the divine.

Get your own Tattoos & Tentacles

October 1st, 2010 by Kevin -


We’ve been watching Julian Murray’s Tattoos & Tentacles project grow from square one, and tonight the project has taken another step.

You can now own your favorite prints, as posters are now being sold online. From what I understand, several of these posters are already sold out. At ten dollars each, it’s no surprise they’re going quick.

If you’re interested in a print that isn’t a poster (yet,) contact them via e-mail or Facebook for further details.

To Die For

September 24th, 2010 by Kevin -


Ever since I bought my first To Die For t-shirt years ago, I’ve been excited about the company. I wore that t-shirt till the blue rose was completely cracked off, and the holes over took the shirt.

Learn more about one of my favorite clothing companies below, and check them out. They support a ton of solid tattoo artists, athletes, and bands. It’s always a good feeling knowing you’re support a company that really gives something back.

May the (scary) force be with you

September 23rd, 2010 by Kevin -


With the scary season quickly approaching, Craig Driscoll has just put these two halloween themed Star War prints up for sale on his website.

Prints are limited to 100 25, and with the number of Star War fans involved in tattooing – you know these will go quick.

Art work by: Craig Driscoll