By Kiernan Maletsky
Reblogged from: http://blogs.dallasobserver.com
Oliver Peck's annual tattoo feats on Friday the 13th are already the stuff of legend and record (he's literally in the Guinness book for it). But this year marks the start of a huge development for the event: It will now be a tattoo AND music festival,
After five long years I finally made it back to Dallas for another Friday the 13th marathon...
Here's a few pictures from the madness last night... Enjoy! (Also, look for a complete Friday the 13th article from Oliver Peck in the following days...) 10347
Jimmy Perlman: At about what age did you realize that you wanted tattoos? And what was the impetus?
Ben Nichols: I was in high school. Turned 18 and went down to a crusty old biker's tattoo shop on Asher Ave. in Little Rock, AR and picked some flash off the wall.
May 4, 2011 marked another milestone in the tattooing world with True Tattoo’s Grand Re-opening in Hollywood, Ca. Oliver Peck bought True Tattoo from long time friend Clay Decker January 1st this year, and in true Pecker fashion decided it was time for a party!!! [Video on expanded page] 3210
HAPPY FRIDAY THE 13TH!!! Friday the 13th has always gotten a bad rap for being unlucky. Well, we’re here to change that. With the help of Oliver Peck and his crew at Elm Street Tattoo. The Sailor Jerry Airstream is even going to make an appearance. Clear your schedule and
This post will be much like the Fresno convention, short and sweet! The Fresno convention is one of those rare two-day shows that has all the talent and pageantry of a three-day convention, without the Friday blues that many of us are accustomed to. There are very few shows
After a week-long stay in Austin, Texas (ATX) following the Star of Texas Convention, I jumped in a cargo van and drove out to the West Texas Tattoo Convention in San Angelo.
It turned out that a few people from the ATX show also made the scary journey through the