Coco and Breezy
“It was love at first e-mail,” says Sherri DuPree-Bemis, vocalist and rhythm guitarist for the band Eisley, of meeting her husband, Max Bemis, frontman for the band Say Anything.
"The surf world was pretty tripped out. They thought [tattoos] had to do with a bike gang or stupid shit like that." - Matt Archbold on being one of the first inked-up surfers
With the boom of reality shows seemingly at its peak, we typically cringe at the mere mention of a season renewal but when The Real L Word signed up for a third season last fall, we wrote down the date.
Following a career season last year Arizona Diamondbacks infielder Ryan Roberts has quickly become a fan favorite in the Major League Baseball scene. His excessive tattoos, which are not common in the MLB, have earned him the nickname Tatman.
With the rise in popularity of tattoo removal for employment purposes, it’s nice to see that a big company like Red Bull hasn’t jumped on the bandwagon. The Director of On Premise Marketing at Red Bull, Todd Palmerton, sports ink that is often visible during work hours.
Two years after Metro Station decided to part ways, front man Trace Cyrus is back with his solo album Geronimo. After returning to California from a short tour Cyrus took some time out to talk to Inked about his tattoos, Ashland HIGH and his new clothing brand Southern Made Hollywood Paid.
Almost every sports cliché is born from the idea that each team member is but a small part of a whole: “There is no I in team,” “The name on the front of the jersey is more important than the name on the back,” etc. Individuality may not necessarily be frowned upon, but it is far from encouraged.