Category: Art

  • Tattoos Inspired by Salvador Dali

    Considered one of the greatest fine artists of all time, Salvador Dali is the first name that comes to mind in the area of surrealism as well as a great source of inspiration for modern artists of all media. If… [ read more ]

    07/15/14
  • Musical Tattoos

    At first glance one would believe that a visual art such as tattooing would have little to do with an auditory art like music, but you would be mistaken. The love of both tattoos and music is often driven by… [ read more ]

    07/15/14
  • Tattoos by Dan Hazelton

    Dan Hazelton has had his work featured in everything from Freshly Inked to Ripley’s Believe It or Not.  Famous for his own stylized version of biomechanical tattoos (which he self-titles as “Hazelmech”), Hazelton is one of the most innovative and… [ read more ]

    07/15/14
  • Jessica Rabbit Tattoos

    Who Framed Roger Rabbit is one of the most innovational films for CGI and animation.  Combining real actors with cartoon images, viewers were able to watch the cast jump between the real and fictional while falling in love with the… [ read more ]

    07/15/14
  • HotShots: Ian Maddox

    HotShots: Ian Maddox Photo Gallery Follows the Text You seem to forgo the studio in favor of outdoor locations. What do you look for in choosing a place to shoot? My approach to photography is very spontaneous.  I usually have… [ read more ]

    07/14/14
  • Harry Potter Tattoos

    Of all the young adult book series that have come out in the last twenty-five years, Harry Potter is by far the most beloved.  With a following based off of seven novels, eight films, and even an amusement park, fans can’t… [ read more ]

    07/14/14
  • Scorpion Tattoos

    Scorpions are some of the deadliest creatures on the planet, which means they make for some really badass tattoos.  Whether it’s American traditional, New School, realistic, or a tribute to the 1980s rock band,  these scorpion tattoos are some of… [ read more ]

    07/11/14