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  • Blik Tricks Out the Inked Office with New Wall Art

    Check out what’s new in the Inked office! Blik sent us these dazzling Pattern Wall Tiles in Pick Your Poison – a black and white skull-and-crossbones motif based on a Threadless t-shirt design. The eco-friendly tiles are infinitely adaptable and… [ read more ]

  • Vincent Castiglia Retrospective

    If you want blood, you got it – currently at Sacred Gallery. Internationally acclaimed painter Vincent Castiglia is displaying his retrospective “Resurrection” at the gallery this month. New York-bred Castiglia has made a career of exploring life and death in… [ read more ]

  • Seeing Spots: Artist creates lifelike portrait with tiny dots

    Armed with a single pen and some homemade rigs, Miami-based artist Miguel Endara filmed a video while he created a drawing of his father, using only dots. 3.2 million dots, to be exact. The self-taught artist practiced his pointillism in… [ read more ]

  • Need Stickers for Inked Mag’s New Sticker Wall

    We have started a new wall here at Inked Magazine and need the help of our creative customers, associates, and fans. Attached is a picture of our new “sticker wall,” and as you can see, we have A LOT of… [ read more ]

  • French Tattoo Artist FUZI at The Hole NYC

    On Saturday, September 1, French graffiti writer and tattoo artist <a href=”” target=”_blank”>FUZI UV TPK</a> made his first-ever trip to the United States, where he tattooed at <a href=”” target=”_blank”>The Hole Shop</a> in New York. The tattoos were provided to… [ read more ]

  • Shepard Fairey and Neil Young in “Americana”

    Shepard Fairey‘s back again with a new collection, and this time he’s brought Neil Young along for the ride. Well, kind of. Apparently Fairey’s a big Neil Young fan, so his new collection, Americana, is purely based off of Young’s… [ read more ]

  • Jeff Soto “Decay and Overgrowth”

      Starting September 8, Cali-based artist Jeff Soto will be showing his exhibit “Death and Overgrowth” at the Jonathan LeVine Gallery. As the name implies, the series explores themes of life, death, growth, and nature in general. His colorful surrealism… [ read more ]