By Kiernan Maletsky Reblogged from: http://blogs.dallasobserver.com Oliver Peck's annual tattoo feats on Friday the 13th are already the stuff of legend and record (he's literally in the Guinness book for it). But this year marks the start of a huge development for the event: It will now be a tattoo AND music festival,
Courtesy of Sailor Jerry: On Monday January 14, we’re marking the 102nd birthday of Norman ‘Sailor Jerry’ Collins by giving 102 people Sailor Jerry anchor tattoos. An anchor tattoo is something special. A symbol of what grounds you. Sailor Jerry’s anchor ﬂash displays the hallmarks that made him a legend.
[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o8bR6WL0txI&w=590&h=415] Courtesy of Salior Jerry: Oliver Peck aka "Ducky" needs little introduction ever since he joined the judging panel on the hit Spike TV tattoo competition Ink Master, but this guy's been at it for awhile. Based at Elm Street Tattoo in Dallas TX, a shop he founded with Dean
By Dan Henk People love clichés. They love to pick apart their coworkers and neighbors. One of the many, many little schools of dissension in tattooing tends to be the “tattoo artist” versus the “tattooer” label. Some circles, especially those who focus on old-school, have decided that “tattoo artist” is a pejorative.
Story and photos by Marco Annunziata Jonathan Shaw couldn't have use better words to introduce Pogo: "Michael was born in a circus tent on the outskirts of Guadalajara, Mexico. The bastard offspring of an itinerant Chicharon farmer and a mentally challenged Tattooed Lady, young Pogo became intrigued with the art of
Courtesy of Inked Magazine: Story by Charlie Connell. Photography by Sarah Lim For centuries people have said that idle hands are the devil’s workshop, meaning that when people are left with nothing to do they turn to vice. When the phrase was coined in medieval England, no one imagined that tattooing
[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UqNPLm3uOr8&w=560&h=315] Courtesy of Salior Jerry: Chris Trevino is an expert in traditional Japanese tattooing who earned the nickname "Horimana" after studying for five years under the legendary master Horiyoshi III. His elaborate, full-body representations of Asian symbology reminds us of the later works by Norman "Sailor Jerry" Collins aka Horismoku.
Courtesy of Sailor Jerry Rum Company: Sailor Jerry will open its very own London venue later this month bringing rum, clothing, music, film and the original art of tattoo master Norman ‘Sailor Jerry’ Collins to Soho. Opening on Thursday 19th April, Hotel Street at 120-125 Charing Cross Road is named
Subscribe, renew or add to your Tattoo Artist Magazine subscription now for a chance to win an original Sailor Jerry acetate (initialed), one extra year's subscription to TAM and the Chris Treviño Book: Gods and Warriors. Winner will be chosen March 1st, 2011. (Contest is for tattooers only.) Click here to sign up: http://www.tattooartistmagazine.com/payment [Picture of Sailor
Courtesy of Sailor Jerry Rum Company and Chicago Tattoo Company: An authentic birthday celebration will be held Saturday, January 14th to commemorate what would have been the 101st birthday of Norman “Sailor Jerry” Collins, the father of American tattooing. To mark the occasion, Sailor Jerry Rum Co. will offer 101 complimentary