Cosmic sleeve tattoo time-lapse

February 14th, 2014 by Kevin -

       

Insert ‘Outta this World’ joke here.

Tattoo by Jeremy “Sloo” Hamilton at Blood, Sweat, and Tears Tattoo in Charlotte, NC

First Friday Art Walk at Recession Studio

February 14th, 2014 by Kevin -

       

This is what it’s all about. Props to Recession Shop in Portland, Maine for keeping it real. By the way, Recession Shop is a skate shop – not a tattoo shop. Obviously the tattoo culture and the skateboard culture have gone hand and hand for years, but it’s still cool to see real represent real.

Behind the Machine: Jared Preslar

February 6th, 2014 by Kevin -

       

Here’s a short bio of Jared Preslar from Lucky Bamboo Tattoo in Layton, Utah. At 1:40, the timing of this video is perfect. It’s short enough to watch it on your phone, but long enough to give you a quick glance at Jared’s portfolio.

Around the world with Myke Chambers

February 4th, 2014 by Kevin -

       

Check out the new video from Myke Chambers featuring video of Myke doing what he loves in a variety of places around the world. It’s pretty amazing that something as simple tattooing has made all of this happen…

Portfolio Peek – Big Sleeps

January 31st, 2014 by Kevin -

       

Don’t sleep on Big Sleeps. One peek of his portfolio, and you’ll know this guy is the real deal.

 

Watch Russ Abbott tattoo a 3D color wheel

January 29th, 2014 by Kevin -

       

This title isn’t 100% correct. Not only can you watch Russ Abbott tattoo a 3D color wheel, but you also get to see him designing this tattoo on the massive Wacom tablet that he mentioned in our interview with him.

If you haven’t read that interview, you should do so immediately. After you watch this video.

Tattoo by Russ Abbott at Ink & Dagger Tattoo in Atlanta, GA

Straight from Anonymous Tattoo in Savannah

January 27th, 2014 by Kevin -

       

I’ve never been to Savannah, Georgia but I’ve heard good things. I’ve also heard good things about Anonymous Tattoo. I remember reading about the shop in the now defunct Prick Magazine. This was years and years ago, so it’s good to see these guys still kicking ass.