Heidi Minx interviews the founder and President of In 2 It Media, which produces celebrity charity events.
Amy Forrester is a makeup artist who, interestingly enough, saves her brush solely for others.
We all know name tattoos are a bad idea. Ana Stone disagrees. “The script above my knees says ‘Harley Baby.’ When I showed my mom she was like, ‘Isn’t it a bad omen to get someone’s name?’ I was like, ‘Mom, it’s my dog. I don’t think he’s going to leave me for someone younger in 10 years.’”
Heidi Minx interviews Angela Rodriguez about her tattoos and her animal rescue.
Annette LaRue started hand-poking neighborhood kids when she was 13. At 15, she got her own biker-branded work, the first of an extensive tattoo collection. Then, in 1989, she picked up a tattoo machine and hasn’t stopped since.
Picture an interior designer and chances are you’re not envisioning a bearded, burly, tattooed ex–punk musician from New York City...
The most true-to-life digital tattoos of all time come to video gaming this month with the release of Army of Two: The Devil’s Cartel. Thousands of bits’ worth of tattoos have been in video games, but up until now they have been wholly lackluster, inaccurate, and rote. That all changes with Electronic Art’s third installment of the Army of Two series.