By Mauricio Tadashi
With social media being so popular these days, many artists are taking advantage of it by creating a huge following and promoting their work on-line.
Most of the tools available today are free, making it easier for the artist to showcase their art and have an instant feedback.
Tattoos by Thad Ritchey
Check out the IREZUMI art show at Space 15 Twenty in Hollywood, CA. The show is up until October 20th.
IREZUMI is a group art show featuring original Japanese Tattoo art works from around the world. Artists include: HORIYOSHI 3, BOB ROBERTS, HIROSHI HIRAKAWA, MUTSUO NAKABAYASHI, GANJI, NAMI CHANG, MIKE ROPER,
Reblogged from: www.swallowsndaggers.net
Anybody who reads this blog knows a thing or two about tattoos (or so I assume). Here’s a question for everybody: do you know who the first Caucasian tattooed woman in North America was? Well, there’s no way to be sure, but there are many people who say it
TAM will have a booth at the Bay Area Convention of the Tattoo Arts October 25-27! If you're in the San Francisco area that weekend, stop by and check out the show!
By Adam Guy Hays
A while back I decided I needed a new banner, as I’ve been using a shitty Kinko’s copy of one of my old ones for while now. I thought it’d be a good excuse to do another step-by-step of my painting process. I’ve included the photos of
Doc Ink is a brazilian web series of short episodes featuring some of that country’s most respected tattooers. It was introduced to us by São Paulo-based tattooer Nico Acosta. Enjoy episode #3!
Tattoos by Jason Schroder
Los Angeles, CA
By Santioned TV
Tattoos by Ivana.
By Marisa Kakoulas
Reblogged from: www.needlesandsins.com
In March, we wrote about the Personal Ink Project or P.INK, which is an incredible resource that offers tattoo inspiration, ideas and info for breast cancer survivors. It also is a place where these women can research and perhaps even connect with skilled artists who can transform mastectomy
By Kris Richter
My Name is Kris Richter and this is Beyond the INK...
Last year I traveled North America, speaking at tattoo studios and tattoo conventions. I developed a seminar that is about 45 minutes long, and covers everything someone needs to know, or consider before they get tattooed. I am
By Kevin Miller
Reblogged from: www.tattoosnob.com
A while back, we posted an open call for interview questions for Dave Tevenal onInstagram and Facebook. We sent Dave more than 200 questions and he picked his favorites to answer. Those of you whose questions were chosen should get at us in the comments below for your (much coveted) Tattoo Snob
Tattoos by Alex Strangler
Studio City, CA
Huge congratulations to Henning from your friends here at TAM!!!
*Video by Lars Stig Moller