Ink Master s6/e9 review – 8/18/15

As the competition continues true colors are revealed.  This week featured underhanded schemes and motives to strategically eliminate the competition on this episode of ‘Ink Master’, Composed and Exposed which aired Tuesday, August 18, 2015. The plotting progressed as the remaining artists formed new alliances. Only 11 artists were left

Virginia’s 2015 Tattoo Arts & Film Festival!

Tattoo-fueled festivals have been cropping up all across the country. Check out the festival that took place at the Honolulu Museum of Art! When the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts in Richmond, Virginia, decided to host Japanese Tattoo: Perseverance, Art, and Tradition (on view until September 27), they also decided

Inside the Mind of a Tattoo Apprentice

Every artist starts somewhere and these days, IF you want to be a legitimate and respected practitioner in the field, that means earning your right to a tattoo machine through a tattoo apprenticeship.  For every apprentice out there trying to do it the right way, there are hoards of unethical

Step by Step: How to paint a Zombie Eye in oils, by Ettore Bechis

Here's a nifty little Step-By-Step article by Ettore Bechis for painting a ZOMBIE EYE in oils. These creepy effects can be applied to any piece! - Enjoy! 1. Spray your frame (new or old doesn't matter) with black varnish. Cut a piece of wood same size as frame glass. If you are slow-moving

Perseverance Japanese Tattoo Exhibit Video3 w/Drew Flores

Japanese Tattoo: Perseverance, Art, and Tradition focuses on the work of seven internationally acclaimed tattoo artists –Ryudaibori (formerly Horitaka), Horitomo, Horishiki, Miyazo, Shige, Junii, and Yokohama Horiken – inspired by the Japanese tradition of tattooing and heavily influenced by the traditional Japanese arts ofcalligraphy and ukiyo-e woodblock printmaking. Specially commissioned photographs of

Perseverance Japanese Tattoo Exhibit Video2 w/L.A. Horitaka

With the opening of Japanese Tattoo: Perseverance, Art, and Tradition (also known as Perseverance), Richmond’s most popular art form moves into the biggest gallery in town. The world-famous exhibition—including pieces by Horitaki, Horitomo, Miyazo, and Shige—combines the mysticism and beauty of feudal Japan with the style and skill of modern art. And

Perseverance Tattoo Exhibit Video1: VMFA w/Kip Fulbeck

The title of the exhibition at Virginia Museum of Fine Arts is derived the Japanese word gaman, loosely translated as “perseverance“—a word that has long been associated with tattooing in Japan. According to Takahiro Kitamura, curator of the exhibition, and Kip Fulbeck, exhibition creator, designer and photographer, perseverance is what

“The Amazing Phoenix tattoo on my post mastectomy breast”, Anne Sanchez

Each month we a feature the inspirational and transformative Stories of few post-mastectomy cancer survivors and the artists & ink that help change their lives. Please support these Warrior Women by sharing their stories with those you love! It's all these women ask. And remember- schedule your exams, ladies! -TAM[divider] Warrior: Anne Artist: Shane

Info-Graphic: The Truth about tattoos in america

A very cool info-graphic found on www.Nerdgraph.com !   [divider]   *ARTISTS: — If you’d like us to consider sharing YOUR tattoos, tag us onInstaGram @tattooArtistMagazine and use #tattooartistmagazine to share & submit your work!   [divider] *To see MORE AMAZING TATTOOS and learn about some of the MOST REVERED tattoo artists of our age, check out these deals from

New info-graphic: crazy facts about ink

Submitted to us by: Stinkyinkshop     Editor: In the city of Chicago, mid-2007 at the memorial celebration for legendary tattoo artist Mike "Rollo Banks" Malone upwards of 25 tattoo artists, family and friends concluded the day by getting tattooed with an ink batch containing a spoonfull Malone's ashes. It was a loving act