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INKED: How did tattooing become a part of your life? MARK MAHONEY: I used to hang around with a greaser gang in my neighborhood. We were in Massachusetts so tattooing was illegal, and the guys would go to Rhode Island… [ read more ]08/27/09
It’s A Hard Rock Life – Harry Morton
Here’s the problem: There are four shots of tequila on the table in front of me and I need to choose one. Not just any one, but the right one. It’s a rare rainy Friday night in Los Angeles and… [ read more ]08/27/09
Q & A With Scott Weiland
Don’t plan on seeing Scott Weiland any time soon. With his days in platinum supergroup Velvet Revolver behind him and no plans to record again with ’90s sensation Stone Temple Pilots, Weiland is moving on as a solo artist—and on… [ read more ]08/25/09
The Notorious Dita Von Teese
At first glance, it doesn’t appear that modern-day burlesque icon Dita Von Teese has any tattoos. Look closer, and you realize that there is, in fact, one inking on her flawless body: the tiny black dot at the top of… [ read more ]08/25/09
Q & A With Charlie Corwin From Miami Ink and L.A. Ink
You may not recognize Charlie Corwin’s face, but if you know that gal next to him you’re definitely familiar with his work. Corwin is the brains behind TLC’s Ink franchise, including both Miami Ink and LA Ink. Whether that makes… [ read more ]08/20/09
Bombs Away – Saber
There isn’t a hell of a lot separating the realms of tattooing and graffiti. Both methods of expression have traditionally been shrouded in secrecy, with an unavoidable stigma of taboo from the general public. And as good as you might… [ read more ]08/19/09
Q & A With Tom Gabel From Against Me!
By the time Tom Gabel created the band Against Me! at 17, the singer had already been arrested twice and inked more than once. He started the band alone with an acoustic guitar, playing on the streets of Naples, FL,… [ read more ]08/18/09