Search Results For: "tattoos of note"
We Ride At Dawn
I went for my first ride on the back of a Triumph on a dirt road on my grandmother’s farm. It felt like flying, still does. I’ve always been a gearhead—a mechanical type of guy. My first job was building… [ read more ]04/12/12
Who Owns Your Tattoo?
There’s a long list of people who have a stake in the art on your skin, from you and your artist to, possibly, the artwork’s original designer and anyone whose image is depicted in your tattoo. Read on so you… [ read more ]03/09/12
creativestains.com dixietattooco.com 248-623-9800 Dixie Tattoo Co. 5324 Dixie Highway Waterford, MI 48329 What year did you start tattooing? I started my apprenticeship in 1999 and started that same year. How did you get into tattooing? When I got out of… [ read more ]02/15/12
Don Ed Hardy
Don Ed Hardy changed modern American tattooing. He inspired fellow artists and tattoo collectors to move beyond the tattoo “menu” on shop walls and pursue custom, personalized art. Taking the lessons he learned from greats like Sailor Jerry Collins and… [ read more ]12/14/11
What We Have Become
From left: Teppei Teranishi, Eddie Breckenridge, Riley Breckenridge, Dustin Kensrue. Thrice isn’t the type of band that cultivates drama. Since forming in southern California in 1998, they haven’t had any member changes, nor have they been spotted on TMZ sucking… [ read more ]10/27/11
You don’t know me from Adam.
I got my first tattoo in 1977 when a fellow second-grader accidentally stabbed me in the triceps with her pencil. It would be another 12 years before I would purposely mark my skin, yet that small but distinct pencil mole… [ read more ]07/27/11
Welcome to NY Ink
it’s a warm April afternoon in SoHo and some gnarly guys are huffing cigarettes on the steps of the not-yet-open-to-the-public Wooster Street Social Club, while the fashionable types—from the tony to the post-hipstery—shuffle between art galleries and flagship stores. One… [ read more ]06/02/11