Alex Reinke (Horikitsune) London Tattoo Convention Interview for Tattoo Artist Magazine (VIDEO)

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rQ84R2I70UI&w=590&h=415] Video by Luke Holley 14928

The Craft and Folk Art Museum Presents: Artist Talk and Demo with Jack Rudy and Freddy Negrete

Courtesy of The Craft and Folk Art Museum: The Craft and Folk Art Museum (CAFAM) presents a conversation with tattoo artists Jack Rudy and Freddy Negrete and photographer Edgar Hoill about the history and significance of the black and grey style of tattoo that was born in East Los Angeles on

Dan Henk: What’s Wrong With the Whole ‘Tattoo Artist’ vs. ‘Tattooer’ Crap

By Dan Henk People love clichés. They love to pick apart their coworkers and neighbors. One of the many, many little schools of dissension in tattooing tends to be the “tattoo artist” versus the “tattooer” label. Some circles, especially those who focus on old-school, have decided that “tattoo artist” is a pejorative.

Uncle Allan London Tattoo Convention Interview for Tattoo Artist Magazine (VIDEO)

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MZOgsw_9Qms] Video by Luke Holley 14926

Vice: Tattoo Age Thom deVita Episode II (VIDEO)

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FAYX0hj5yig&w=590&h=415] In the second part of the Thom deVita Tattoo Age series we focus on the touching and often hilarious relationship he has with Nick Bubash. Thom and Nick met in the early 1970s and soon after Thom started to tattoo Nick, he also started to teach him how to

Victor Farinelli: Ink Master Review (Episode 8)

By Victor Farinelli  Ink Master is a train wreck and Sarah Miller is the engineer. As I said in my last post, she needs serious mood stabilizing medication. She is a shitstorm of manic depression. This episode is not different. This episode was the black and gray challenge, and the special guest

TAM EXCLUSIVE: Henk Schiffmacher Talks About Amsterdam Tattoo Museum Crisis (VIDEO)

[vimeo http://www.vimeo.com/54329488 w=590&h=415] What happened at the Amsterdam Tattoo Museum? Explained by Henk Schiffmacher from Amsterdam Tattoo Museum on Vimeo. Official Statement from the Amsterdam Tattoo Museum: Dear comrades! First of all we are overwhelmed by the support we're receiving from all over the world! We can't thank you enough. Here's a little history

Paul Dobleman London Tattoo Convention Interview for Tattoo Artist Magazine (VIDEO)

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gdWG4gv7bv0&w=590&h=415] Video by Luke Holley 14845

Tattoo Artist Magazine Christmas Super Sale 25% Off Special!

Hi there, Don't miss out on our end of the year Christmas Sale. Order now and enter the code XMAS2012 at check out and save 25% on all Christmas Sale TAM products. Click here to enter Pro Store: www.tattooartistmagazine.myshopify.com Don't miss out! Order now!  14850

Dutch News Article on the Struggle Over The Amsterdam Tattoo Museum

Henk Schiffmacher May Own Tattoo Museum No Longer (Original story from De Stentor) [Editor's Note: This story originally appears in Dutch and is loosely translated into English via Google Translate.] Amsterdam, Nov. 22nd, 2012 - By a high sustained financial conflict Henk Schiffmacher access to its own Amsterdam Tattoo Museum denied. It

Tattoo Artist Magazine in New Zealand This Weekend

Courtesy of NZ Tattoo & Art Festival: This week New Plymouth will play host to the biggest tattoo convention in New Zealand. Artists from around the world will descend on the TSB Stadium for the two day NZ Tattoo and Art Festival on November 24 and 25. And two people

News: SAVE THE AMSTERDAM TATTOO MUSEUM

Official Statement from the Amsterdam Tattoo Museum: Comrades at arms! It is been overwhelming, we’re blown away by the enormous support we’ve had the last 24 hours. Never before in my whole history as a tattoo artist I’ve come across such an enormous exposition of positive energy. Reactions worldwide, tweets and retweets, pictures

Vice: Tattoo Age Thom deVita Episode I (VIDEO)

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_l1mqYQuNf8&w=590&h=415] Thom deVita began tattooing in the late 60s in New York's Lower East Side, when the practice was illegal. He quickly began to forge his own styles, drawing influence from Puebla Indian designs to Lord and Taylor shopping bags. In this episode, we hear from Ed Hardy, photographer Clayton