Tattoo Artist Magazine Goes Digital! (Issue #2)

Because you demanded it... Tattoo Artist Magazine is now available digitally! (To subscribers and professional tattooers ONLY.) We are proud to announce that we will be releasing the entire catalog of TAM for your mobile devices. The issues will be available exclusively through our TAM Pro Store. Each issue will

Max Dolberg: All Things Come To Pass (VIDEO)

[vimeo http://www.vimeo.com/42635761 w=600&h=400]   By Max Dolberg My collaborator and good friend Adrian Lee has been growing dreads since we first met in 1995. In the intervening 17 years, Adrian’s locks had grown to past his knees and despite their strange power to attract nubiles like moths to a flame, the head

Subscribe Now: Win Free Stuff!!! (BLOODWORK: BODIES Book)

Subscribe, renew or add to your Tattoo Artist Magazine subscription now for a chance to win one extra year's subscription to TAM and a copy of the amazing Bloodwork:Bodies book. Winner will be chosen by May 15th, 2012. (Contest is for tattooers only.) Click here to sign up: http://www.tattooartistmagazine.com/payment  10038

BLOODWORK: BODIES Now Available From TAM

BloodWork: Bodies is an archival body of work requiring time and attention to absorb. Weighing in at 27 pounds, the scale alone informs the holder of the commitment needed. Inside this tremendous 900 page tome, 119 back-pieces and bodysuits created by 53 tattooers the world over, are documented in luxuriant detail. The

Horitaka: Molly Skobba Previews Bloodwork: Bodies

By Molly Skobba I had a hard time writing this blog. It took me longer than usual, with more restarts and edits before send off. I realized that it’s because BloodWork: Bodies is such a gigantic project with so many facets and possible approaches in writing about this book. It is

Horitaka: I Love Books!

By Takahiro "Horitaka" Kitamura It's no secret that I love books. I collect them, I write them, I publish them... and it's nice to see that amidst the flurry of Google image searches and technological advances, books are still in use in the tattoo community. I haven't been tattooing that long,