Search Results For: "Suicide Girl"
Tattoo Beach Party With Inked In Las Vegas This Saturday
Inked is joining forces with Suicide Girls and Sailor Jerry Rum in Vegas this weekend and they want to see you! On August 18th, model Sabina Kelley will be hosting a pool party at Tao Beach in search of models… [ read more ]08/13/12
Inked SuicideGirl of the Year Contest
Check out this video on how to enter the Inked SuicideGirl of the year contest! Enter here: http://suicidegirls.com/model/ The winner will receive:- $10,000- 5 photo shoot contract with SuicideGirls- The cover of Inked Girls Magazine- An all expense paid trip… [ read more ]06/06/12
Convention Recap; Hell City.
The flames were high, as always, at this year’s Hell City. This summer marks “a decade of sin” for the tattoo festival that was started by Durb Morrison back in 2002. Cheesy wording aside, this festival is always packed full… [ read more ]05/22/12
Inked SuicideGirl of the Year
Think you have what it takes to be the Inked SuicideGirl of the year? Enter the Inked SuicideGirl contest for a chance to win $10,000, a 5 photo shoot contract with SuicideGirls, your picture on the cover of Inked Girls… [ read more ]04/02/12
Inked Magazine Interview: Love Brigade Owner Alyssa Key
Continuing our series of interviews with tattooed clothing brand owners we spoke with Brooklyn based designer Alyssa Key of Love Brigade (seen in the photo above). Although the clothing doesn’t look to be influenced by tattoo culture fans of Love… [ read more ]02/28/12
Inked Girl: Radeo
Stella McCartney jacket. Twenty-one-year-old Radeo is petrified of needles—somewhat surprising, considering her plethora of tattoos. But really it just solidifies that she is “the biggest oxymoron on the planet.” As a model coordinator for suicidegirls.com, Radeo splits her time between… [ read more ]06/28/10
Q & A With Ville Valo
When HIM frontman Ville Valo asked LA Ink’s Kat Von D to tattoo three hedonistic writers on his right forearm—American author Charles Bukowski, French poet Charles Baudelaire, and Finnish novelist Timo K. Mukka—the characters were supposed to represent role models… [ read more ]01/28/10