An Exhibition of the Contemporary Art + Collectible Design Celebrate the World's First Large-Scale Exhibition Dedicated to Designer Toys at the Design exchange. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - TORONTO, Canada - February 7, 2014 - Design Exchange (DX), Canada's Design Museum, is proud to present a series of firsts with its playful, unprecedented
Photos and Interview by Ino Mei Source: www.heartbeatink.gr Unique, humble and conscious of himself, Yorg Powell spoke exclusively to HeartbeatInk, about his eighteen year-old career and traditional – classic tattooing. What lead you to get your first tattoo? I was born in London. My parents didn’t have any tattoos. However they were up to beat with everything.
By Ino Mei Source: www.heartbeatink.gr Heavy guitars, authentic attitude and a strong live presence, Orange Goblin could not but have tattoos.HeartbeatInk had the chance to "interrogate" and take photos of them before their long awaited concert in November in Athens. Ben Ward: vocals Joe Hoare: guitar Martyn Millard: bass Chris Turner: drums How many times have you performed in Greece so far? Ben: Tonight, it
By Craig Burtoncraigburtonphotography.comThis is my first attempt at shooting video with a SLR camera, I was basically just hanging out at Frith Street and started shooting some random shots of Jordan drawing, then thought it would be a perfect chance to play with the video settings on my new camera.
[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ig-Oar78Os0&w=590&h=415] In the final part of Thom deVita's Tattoo Age series we have to cover a lot of ground. So please sit back and prepare to go from the days before tattoo artists wore gloves while working to Thom's current life as an artist. Enjoy. [More info on expanded page] 15335
[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sJ2jGgeyEoc&w=590&h=415] In the new episode of the Thom deVita Tattoo Age series we explore the neighborhood in which Thom live and worked, the Lower East Side of Manhattan. We also go into the types of tattoos Thom did, and what it took to talk someone into getting tattoos that were
[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hSybXw8eneo&w=590&h=415] In part three of Thom deVIta's epic Tattoo Age series, we take look at his personal history and how he came into tattooing. We also hear from tattoo legend Angelo Scotto on the history of tattooing in New York City... [More info on expanded page] 15134
[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
[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
[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w0TEKPJ1J6Q&w=590&h=415] While we're waiting for the premiere of Tattoo Age's Thom DeVita killer episode, we just released some Valerie Vargas Bonus Footage. Vargas takes us to meet the legendary English tattooer Lal Hardy who has been tattooing since 1975 and is generally considered to be one of the people who
[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VQf_3YHWDuw] The next Tattoo Age series is about Thom deVita. Thom is an artist on many levels, and tattooing is just one of the ways he expresses himself. He began tattooing in New York City in the late 60s, when the practice was illegal. In this episode, which starts on