This German’s idea takes tattoo designs and tombstones to create something for the afterlife.
These ppl’s ideas reflect their love for pizza – and why not if they love their pizzas so much?
It takes a lot of courage, determination and strength to live the way you want! The Leopard Man certainly had all of these things! He died on June 12. He was one of the first ppl in our world to undergo the full body transformation.
A new watch brand is going to fight for consumers and the profits – their works look tasty, stylish and overall beautiful plus they have a cool legend to back up their plans.
This prosthetic arm on a tattoo artist from France became a sensation pretty mch overnight. It’s hard to tell how true and functional it is as of yet but the whole idea is nicely steampunk-ish!
What’s behind visible tattoos on the gang-members? Very interesting.
A German accent and annoying conclusions – it’s up to us to change such social perceptions!
Illness doesn’t have to be about pain and sadness all the time as this guy is going to prove bringing some joy and art to the kids in a hospital in New Zealand.
Finally, an American article about tattoos and risks related to them.
The recent discovery of an over 3-thousand-year old mummy with tattoos in Egypt shows how old tattoos actually are and how important they are for various cultures around the world.
He’s still alive in memory and on skin – Steve Jobs and tattoos devoted to him.
Facial ink – mainly on the ppl from the industry, tho!
Another teaser/ interview with a guy behind the book Vintage Tattoo Flash – I love the pictures of the past and reminiscing on how things changed and yet the assion and fire are still the same!
“Undrawing my tattoos” is a moving account of the stories behind one girl’s tattoos and a painful and quite scary process of removing them.
Tattoos for a good cause are always great – here raising money to combat lung cancer.
Another article about the tattoo exhibit at ROM in Toronto, Canada. This time it’s focuses on the last Kalinga tattoo artist.
From Australia a short interview with a (modern and Western) female tattoo artist. different approaches, different experiences, different background but the art unites ppl across the time, space and culture!
After the recent case of a patient traumatised by a nurse’s tattoo, here a different perspective on tattoos on health care workers.
And another TV show focused on tattoos but the cool thing about is what the host of the show has to say: “Tattooed people across the world are generally extremely nice. Through the show, I want to show the kindness and sensitivity of tattooed people of South Africa .”
it’s never only about one part of any equation! There are no tattooists without tattooee’s, just like there are no tattooee’s without tattooists.
Yet another one about Slawek; I think it’s the last one – I’m not gonna deify the guy 😉
From a different part of the world someone who’s been 20 years in the industry. Sure he saw a lot!
Finally, a nice piece by someone who describes herself as a tattoo enthusiast – fair enough and quite enthusiastic at that.
Slawek is quite special to me as he created most of my tattoos and showed and taught me a lot about tattoos. He may be one of the pioneers of the Polish scene but to me he’s just a humble, very open-minded guy always on the lookout for new things to spot and master. He may be perceived as the “king” but I’m sure he scoffed at the very idea and the title of this article. And he’s really good at cooking 😉
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skin, ink and words combined
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