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Sign up to be entered into the FREE monthly TAM Blog giveaway! Each month TAM will put together an awesome prize package for all the true tattoo fanatics out there! September's Prize: WIN a free Sailor Jerry book "Homeward Bound", the Hori Smoku DVD documentary on the life and work of Norman "Sailor

Montreal Art Tattoo Show, On the Road in Canada

By Jesse Dolphin Hello fellow tattooer and close followers. TAM just took part in one of the smoothest running conventions this year. Montreal is a beautiful city with its fair share of beautiful tattooed people. The convention was held a the Gare Windsor, a remodeled, beautiful old train station with the natural

*News* Tattoo Archive Website Redesigned

Courtsey of C.W. Eldridge: To all our faithful friends, we are very excited to let you know about our redesigned website at www.tattooarchive.com. We know you’ll enjoy our new look, which features larger images and an easier to navigate Online Store. Did we mention larger images? The Tattoo Archive still has the

Hannya Mask Project: A Woman Scorned

Courtesy of Anthony Iannucci: The Hannya mask is one of the most highly recognizable images of the 14th century Japanese Noh Theater. The masks are used to convey the identity and mood of the nearly eighty characters in the different tales of the play. The hannya mask is specifically used

Vice Magazine (VBS.tv): Tattoo Age, Troy Denning Episode II (VIDEO)

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mu0z_CDsPdQ&w=560&h=345] Courtesy of VBS.tv: In this episode, Tattoo Age catches up with Troy Denning and learns the ins and outs of his life before becoming one of New York City’s most notorious tattoo artists. Troy is described as the smartest person his friends have ever met, stemming from hours of reading

Hanky Panky Tattoo Artist Magazine Article Preview for Issue #27

                 Interview by Daniel Sawyer Daniel Sawyer: So then into the 80s you started to have a lot of contact with American tattooers, who were starting to come over, right? Leo Zelueta, Malone… Hank Panky: Everybody eventually came over. Also, in the very early days, Bob Roberts came over. Because at the first