• Tattoos as Fine Art

    The detail put into some tattoo’s is a talent of many tattoo artists and we all appreciate the realistic looking pieces of art. However, tattoos are now taking a fine art approach. Usually people do not associate tattoos with fine… [ read more ]

  • Mark DeMaio’s I Walk The Line at Sacred Gallery NYC

    On April 4th, Freshly Inked Magazine sponsored the opening of Mark DeMaio’s I Walk The Line gallery show at Sacred Gallery NYC. Guests of the opening of DeMaio’s inaugural solo exhibition at Sacred got inked up with free flash that… [ read more ]

  • A Million Times

    Whoa, just got a little dizzy from “A Million Times,” a kinetic work where 576 electrical engines move 576 hands on 288 clocks. Stockholm based studio, Humans Since 1982, this installation presents a purposeful illusion that gets the viewer disoriented… [ read more ]

  • British Neighborhood Wants Their Banksy Back

    What could be more infuriating than a precious piece of your community being removed, then sold at auction, and there‘s nothing you can do about it? A fresh mural by Banksy, the world reknown graffiti artist, had been cut out… [ read more ]

  • The Lexington Tattoo Project

      Two tattoo artists came up with a brilliant idea to bring their community together. What is this brilliant idea you ask? A poem to Lexington, Kentucky written- in the form of permanent tattoos- on the bodies of over 250 residents… [ read more ]

  • 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 ]