Category: Art

Sergei Polunin Takes Ballet and Tattoos to Church

February 12 2015

If you don’t think that ballet and tattoos go together well you have obviously never seen Sergei Polunin. The Ukrainian dancer has a bit of a rebellious reputation so it was no surprise to learn that his torso is covered… [ read more ]

That’s Using Your Head

February 11 2015

Ivano Natale was really using his head when he designed the amazing tattoo you see above. OK, that was a bad joke, we’re sorry. Please don’t let our poor attempt at humor sour you on this unbelievable black and grey… [ read more ]

Under the Skin with Sullen Co-Owner Ryan Smith

February 10 2015

Sullen has become a huge name in the tattoo, art and alternative fashion industry.  They are known for their amazing artist collaborations, high quality t-shirts, and their great videos that give fans an inside look at the industry. In this… [ read more ]

Mike Giant’s Rocky Mountain High Art

February 10 2015

The multi-talented Mike Giant is the Swiss Army Knife of artists. Whatever the job demands, Giant has the skills to mold it into fine art. Photography, graffiti, skateboard design, tattoos—all of these are old hat to Giant. For his third… [ read more ]

Kids Ink

February 10 2015

One of our favorite contributing photographers Robert0 Chamorro has some photogenic children. “When I’m bored I draw on my kids,” he says. They like having tats like daddy.” Following are a few play-time-with-daddy shots including the Christmas card he sent with… [ read more ]

This Art is Bananas!

February 6 2015

Thank goodness Stephan Brusche didn’t listen when his mother told him not to play with his food. Instead, Brusche elevated playing with his food to an art form. The native of the Netherlands has a particular affinity for bananas. Brusche… [ read more ]

Red Skull Jumps Out of the Comics and Into Reality

February 5 2015

If Henry Rodriguez had been a huge Wolverine fan and changed his wardrobe to purple and yellow jumpsuits while sporting mutton chops nobody would have taken notice. But Rodriguez chose not to emulate the popular—and by comic book standards “normal”… [ read more ]