Celebrity Tattoo

  • Franco Vescovi

    This isn’t a rock star job; it isn’t what it seems. There’s a lot of hard work and sweat—it takes 20 years to be a success. Don’t try to become famous.”—FRANCO VESCOVI FRANCO VESCOVI Vatican Studios 22622 Lambert Street, Suite… [ read more ]

  • Terry Kennedy

    For this street skateboarder, it’s all about the shoes. There are six million reasons to get into skateboarding, and for Terry Kennedy it was fashion. “I played basketball at school with this kid who skated and I’d keep checking out… [ read more ]

  • Q+A: Pete Wentz

    Q+A: Pete Wentz The new host of Oxygen’s Best Ink rocks tattoos. Usually when a young, hot band blasts onto the scene, it’s the frontman who gets the spotlight, but Fall Out Boy was a little different. It was bassist… [ read more ]

  • Ricky Hil (Web Exclusive)

    Ricky Hil (@rickyhil) may be the son of famous fashion mogul Tommy Hilfiger, but he’s worked his ass off to overcome a lot of adversity and make a name for himself in hip-hop. The rising rapper has been in music… [ read more ]

  • Q+A: The Game

    T-Shirt: The T-Shirt Whore Inked Magazine: The new single “Celebration” is a really upbeat, chill party song for you. Is there more of that on Jesus Piece? Game: Nope. Celebration is the last track on the album. Its sorta like… [ read more ]

  • Dorell Wright

    The only person who can cover the 76ers’ big man is his tattoo artist. The “G.H.O.S.T.” tattoo circling Dorell Wright’s left shoulder is one of his most recognizable pieces. “I know that pops out because I see that one on… [ read more ]

  • DJ Jena Red: Q&A

    By far not a one-dimensional DJ, Jena Red delivers a blend of hip-hop, funk, and jazz to her crowds, but adapts her sound to any venue setting. Her versatility and passion for music is what keeps Jena one of NYC’s… [ read more ]