Dave Waugh: This Week’s Record Reviews

By Dave Waugh So I' ll begin this weeks record reviews from low to high. It was a good score from Emmittsburg this week with both lows and highs. And lows that should have been highs. Up first, a bland 60′s comp of “danger music” movie and TV theme songs... 16646

*NEW* Amsterdam Tattoo Museum Update

By ATM/Blue Bone crew The situation of the museum is still very complicated. The woman who was supposed to be our financier is bankrupt and there's a curator now in the museum and they're still figuring out who owns what. In the meantime we still cannot enter the museum or take the

Russ Abbott: Ornamental Archive Book Project

By Russ Abbott The first time I can remember drawing an ornamental frame was for a tattoo design. It was a large, realistic rendering of a Merchant Marine ship. My client wanted the tattoo in memory of his Grandfather. We discussed the options and eventually decided on a reference image for

Marcus Kuhn: The Gypsy Gentleman Episode VI (VIDEO)

The Gypsy Gentleman Episode 6: Paris. Marcus Kuhn presents the sixth edition of his new tattoo and travel video series. This new adventure features interviews with Laura Satana and Tin-Tin as they travel deep into the catacombs of France to dig up some skull reference... To support this project for future

Adam Lauricella: Thom deVita Pop-Up Gallery Review

By Adam Lauricella The “pop-up gallery” is a phenomenon that is refreshing yet pragmatic. It’s something doable for artists who may not have the resources to establish a long-standing art gallery yet, still show their work or the work of others. Often times these galleries take shape in empty spaces or

Myke Chambers: Westward Expansion

By Myke Chambers If you're familiar with 19th century American history then you should know a little about the westward expansion of the Euro-American and the ensuing American Indian wars leading to the near extinction of all Native American culture. Now I'm not going to go into all the horrific atrocities committed

Amsterdam Tattoo Museum Update: New Pop-Up Gallery Location

Statement from Henk Schiffmacher: Patience my friends, patience... “Patience? If I wanted any patience I would have become a fucking doctor” my old friend, Vancouver’s most notorious tattoo friend, used to say. But nevertheless, hang in there: we are on our way. We negotiate, send letters, get mails, threats, fooled and cheated and