Jeff Gogue |Cherry Blossom Tutorial

Cherry Blossoms by Jeff Gogue

By Jeff Gogue www.unicyclebrand.com Whether you are a seasoned veteran looking to reduce and rebuild your skill set, or a new aspiring artist that is trying to fill in the gaps, we hope this video helps to advance you forward. Our objective at UB is to embody the intention of excellence. We

How Rinsecup Cleanup Came About

How Rinsecup Cleanup Came About

By Dan Mcnab I'm a tattoo artist in the city of Huntington Beach, Ca. I own and work at The Tattoo Gallery with four of my very close friends. After years and years of leaking trash bags, I decided one day to put an end to it once and for all

Knives and Needles with Ceiran Thomas

Ceiran Thomas

By Molly Kitamura Source: www.knivesandneedles.com Ceiran Thomas has quite an impressive resume, having worked at some of the best restaurants in Wales, where he currently lives. I got excited when he approached me about doing an interview as I have always wanted to visit that area of England! I have heard its

Knives and Needles with Alessandra Palotti

Alessandra Palotti

By Molly Kitamura My new and dear friend, Alessandra Palotti is a great tattoo artist and a great cook! Alexandra is Italian from Bologna, Italy where she has been tattooing for over 6 years. Alessandra and her husband, Koji Ichimaru, run their private studio in Bologna, what a beautiful place to

Guy Aitchison’s 2 Day Webinar: Reinventing The Tattoo

Guy Aitchison webinar

By Guy Aitchison   For a decade and a half now I've been perfecting my Reinventing The Tattoo curriculum, which teaches some of the fundamentals of artistic design in a way that can be applied toward making your tattoo work stronger, more dynamic, and more unique. It's an educational program that has

Knives and Needles with Jairo Acevedo

By Molly Kitamura Source: www.knivesandneedlesblog.com We are back!! After a couple months break, Knives and Needles Blog is back! Sometimes even bloggers need a break to recharge with new material!! And what better way to get back into things than with Jairo Acevedo!!!! He is one talented and tattooed chef, so read on

Off The Map Presents a 3 Day Webinar Extravaganza

Recent years have seen huge debates between tattooers about whether modern technology adds value to tattooing. Are all new products improvements or are we losing vital artistic skills? Therefore, it is so refreshing to see technology used in such a way that no one can deny that it adds value to

Adam Guy Hays: Death Waits Step by Step

By Adam Guy Hays www.losttexan.us A few months ago I took part in the "Fuck Art, Let's Kill" exhibition put on at Nick Caruso's Bound For Glory shop in Staten Island. It was a death and reaper themed art show. I've always been a big fan of drawing skulls and reapers and

Life Happens Everyday, Balance is Key

By Omar Edmison My wife of 18 years asked me awhile back if I was still writing a blog for Tattoo Artist Magazine. I shot her a pile of excuses about time & being busy at work, taking care of the shop & spending time with her & the kids. She

Brandon Collins: “So you wanna be a tattoo artist?”

By Brandon Collins Reblogged from: www.tattoosnob.com With the invention of tattoo “reality” shows, the average un-tattooed or mildly tattooed person is led to believe that tattoo artists are superheroes: they can draw an entire back piece in 15 minutes, go out to the clubs all night and still come to work on

Tattoo Smarter not Harder

By Mickey Schlick www.mickeyschlick.com / www.blaqueowltattoo.com I'm always trying to find answers to as many of the little issues that life throws at me as possible. I wanted to share some things that I think are applicable to our life in the shop. Often, I notice that many tattoo shops, especially street

Finger Waves With Jeff Gogue

Check out this amazing instructional video Jeff made about drawing finger waves.  His new DVD, Tattoo as I see it is available for pre-sale now on www.unicyclebrand.com. http://youtu.be/kG-OgjYbptg

Tattoo As I See It, The Movie

By Jeff Gogue I call it a movie simply because it’s moving pictures as opposed to non moving pictures. I make my living making pictures, but they don’t move. I think my goal with anything is for it to actually “move” people. Pun intended. This dvd or video or whatever you