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*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 collection away. Every time they postpone the date the collection is to be released because of difficulties. However, it should last no longer than one month…  Read More »

*NEW* Pictures Added to the TAM Blog Gallery

Tattoos By Nick Bertioli Tin-Tin Tatouages Paris, France TAM Blog 2013 Picture Gallery Read More »

*NEW* Pictures Added to the TAM Blog Gallery

Tattoos By  Ross K Jones Private Studio San Francisco, CA      TAM Blog 2013 Picture Gallery Read More »

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 the ship The tattoo would span the entire length of his shin and I would need to invent a way to create a border for the piece. I had recently picked up a vintage oval mirror with intricately carved ornaments on the frame and as I was trying to think of a great concept for the client, my eyes settled on the ornamental mirror and I instantly knew what to do.  [Click here to see Russ’ Kickstarter video.]  Since that time, I have done countless tattoos with ornamental frames and design elements.  I draw ornamental frames for portraits of people, animals, and objects of all kinds. I use the ornamental designs to add flow and excitement to otherwise stiff compositions. I’ve even started doing large-scale works that are made up entirely of ornament alone!  Read More »

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Tattoos By Joao Bosco Family Business Tattoo London, UK   TAM Blog 2013 Picture Gallery Read More »

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Tattoos By Herb Auerbach California Electric Tattoo Parlour Soquel, CA TAM Blog 2013 Picture Gallery Read More »

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Tattoos By Yushi (Horikichi) Takei Schiffmacher & Veldhoen Tattooing Amsterdam, Netherlands TAM Blog 2013 Picture Gallery Read More »

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Tattoos By Matt Bivetto Three Kings Tattoo New York, NY TAM Blog 2013 Picture Gallery Read More »

Amsterdam Tattoo Museum Update: New Pop-Up Store Opening

Dear Amsterdam Tattoo Museum Supporters & Blue Boners, Thanks to your support we are happy to announce the opening of a new pop-up store by the Amsterdam Tattoo Museum on the 28th of February. You’re most welcome to attend this event from 4-7 pm at the van Woustraat 78 in Amsterdam. In the shop we sell a wide range of tattoo (related) books and gifts and Henk Schiffmacher, Danny Boy, Chris Danley and Yushi Takei will be tattooing here as well. Of course we will host a bunch of great guest artists like we did in the old museum… Read More »

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Tattoos By Gordie Jones Inksmith & Rogers Jacksonville, FL TAM Blog 2013 Picture Gallery Read More »

*NEW* Pictures Added to the TAM Blog Gallery

Tattoos By Dr. Claw Diamond Club Tattoo Studio San Francisco, CA TAM Blog 2013 Picture Gallery Read More »

Paul Booth’s Last Rites Gallery Presents: Yoko d’Holbachie

Last Rites Gallery: What is your earliest memory of picking up a paintbrush? Tell us a little more about it. Yoko d’Holbachie: I attended a painting class run by an American couple when I was 3 years old. I drew monsters, ghosts and snails with a shell full of eye balls often. Last Rites Gallery: What does In the Dark mean and why did you choose it for your exhibition at Last Rites Gallery? Yoko d’Holbachie: I loved the gallery’s space coronation for the dark art, when I visited the Last Rites Gallery. It inspired me for new painting idea that the beautifully glowing critters in the gloom. What I wanted to paint for this exhibition is actually the gleam in the dark, not the dark. Last Rites Gallery: Please tell us a little bit more on why you paid tribute to contemporary and classical mythologies in some of your pieces? (Ayida Weddo, Hatmehit, Gorgon?) Yoko d’Holbachie: My critters in my painting had been living inside of me. They have no name. I borrow the stories from various kind of mythologies, when I give a birth to my critters and the story suits to them. Those goddesses I like are not just having super power but also evil, angelic, humanistic, and a mother… Read More »

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Tattoos By Harley Goodson No Regrets Tattoo Parlor Tempe, AZ TAM Blog 2013 Picture Gallery Read More »

Paul Booth’s Last Rites Gallery Presents: Alexandra Manukyan (VIDEO)

Last Rites Gallery’s NEW Video Interview Series brings you into the conversation with the best artists of dark surrealism… [youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JXlZBnNQKQ4] Read More »

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Tattoos By Hector Fong Tattoo 13 Oakland, CA TAM Blog 2013 Picture Gallery Read More »