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Categories: Tattoo Pic | Author: admin 09.07.2014

17 BLACK: But The Sun claims that Harry 17 BLACK, which is a lucky gambling number in roulette and is the number used by James Bond whenever he has to infiltrate a casino to kill some baddies. But seriously, the last time I remember this level of obsession over a bunch of letters and numbers, it was when Blue Ivy was born and people were saying she was some devil-child of the Illuminati. Ink n Iron 2009 from Sideshow Freaks on Vimeo.Some gooooood tattoo gatherings are coming our way this summer, taunting me as I watch my book deadline approach and savings account diminish.
You may have noticed that Needles and Sins has a new, fancy logo created by the very fancy Viktor Koen.
Tattoo by Steve Boltz of Smith Street Tattoo.As Americans head into our Memorial Day weekend, prepping to gorge on BBQ and cultivate sunburns, I figured I'd do a holier-than-thou, finger wagging post to remind us that it's a time to honor and reflect on those who died in service to our country. Good readers, let me take this time to suggest you toss out that old tape recorder from the 80s you may have used to interview various tattoo artists in the past, especially if you've recently discovered that during your latest interview it failed to record anything at all and, instead, still has the four gloriously terrible songs from your short-lived lark of a synth-heavy goofball hardcore band AXXX WOUND.Good thing I was able to hang out with French tattooer Noon for a few weeks before getting him to sit down for an interview.
Don't get the 1999 Inked Magazine confused with the glitzy, glossy 2009 Inked -- they are two completely different beasts.
Before this review goes any farther I would like to give special thanks to Sandra at Paisano Publications for sending me their last two copies of this groundbreaking magazine. In 1999, I had been collecting tattoo magazines for about 6 years and had just received my first tattoo from Pedro Baluga (who happened to be a guest editor for the premier issue).
Inked gave me what I was looking for: reviews of black bands, articles on African body modification rituals, articles on black tattooists. Easy Riders Publications should be commended for even putting this magazine out at the time. While I'd like to say that Danger Mouse is simply expanding upon the brilliant free-marketing model of my latest album, the man formerly known as "Brian Burton" built an empire of future Grammy nominations and sold-out tours thanks to ramming the Jigga Man up the ass of publishing companies worldwide with the free release of The Grey Album way back in 2004. But sure enough, the online world is abuzz (a-boing?) in regards to DM's upcoming release, "Dark Night Of The Soul" (and, Christ, I heard people talking about it in the elevator of a Park Avenue office building today).
This weekend, I was asked about one of my fave Japanese tattooing tomes, aptly called Tattoo in Japan by Edition Reuss.
Special thanks to Scott for many of the links.  Ok, see y'all at the NYC Tattoo Convention tomorrow! Photos by Jolie Ruben & Roxana Marroquin for Time Out NY With the NYC Tattoo Convention kicking off it's 12th year today at 4pm, Time Out NY has gotten behind the show, giving out free tickets and publishing a 3-part article in tribute to tattooed New Yorkers. In putting together my tattoo book on blackwork, I've not only been privy to new, stunning work from the world's top tattooists, but also top photography of the art. Not only did the band finally reveal the cover art for their new album Take Me Home, but Harry Styles got some new ink. Please check our full selection at this link: Vending TattoosPretty in Ink Temporary Vending Tattoos300 Ct. Cue in Tattoos for the Elderly.I slipped in the temporary tattoos as part of his grab bag of gifts (which also includes Aqua Team Hunger Force, Get A Life and Cabin Boy dvds -- because he's a fancy lad -- and another Tom Robbins book). The next one that I'll be heading to is Hell City Phoenix, September 4-6, so I need help in covering these other events. I'm on the fence but feeling the pressure after reading show reviews on Deadbolt and Daemon's TV -- the latter actually having seen an episode. Mine was memorable as it involved my dad and a freak landscaping accident -- one almost as bad as The Lawnmower Man 2: Beyond Cyberspace.


I remember how it used to be a scary thing to get a tattoo and how it hurt and that it couldn't be removed, but now you can avoid all that and some of that punch is watered down a bit since you have a way out. Professor Koen is a fine artist and illustrator whose work has graced the covers of The Village Voice, NY Times, Fortune, Business Week and countless other media, cds, and books.
So instead of a nice and neat little Q and A, you get a nice and neat little quasi-article from some feverishly taken notes before Noon booked for more international travels. It had a short run of two issues, when Easy Riders Publications (later known as Paisano Publications) decided to stop the magazine for reasons unknown.
Today's Inked is a progressive publication that pays homage to all of tattoo culture, unlike others in the industry. It also published Tattoo, Tattoo Flash, Easy Rider, Biker, Savage, V-Twin and In the Wind, and considering most of these titles were geared largely towards biker readership, creating a mag about tattooed black skin was a progressive and gutsy move. I mentioned it in last week's review but more info -- like this interview with him -- and new photos of Geoff like the one right above by Getty are regularly surfacing.
Part 1 showcases six locals and their New York-themed tattoos, like Joshua Newberg above and his backpiece by Ray Jerez of Inborn Tattoo. Now, the latter was more of a personal choice than a business-related decision, but you know that it has Directioners all in a tizzy.
In the day or so since it was first spotted, Directioners have gone all CSI on that shit, scrutinizing paparazzi photos to try and figure out what it says on his shoulder.
One can definitely see him rocking the "Out of Control" adult diaper design or "Born to Ride" mobility scooter ink.
Send me your pix and stories -- especially if you're attending this weekend's Hell City Killumbus, Ohio show (posted earlier this month). Blabbermouth says that Drummer Jurgen "Ventor" Reil of Kreator has opened a tattoo shop in Essen, Germany called Carnap Ink Corporation, and true to their roots, they're doing tattoos you would find on metal heads in the early eighties. In a way that makes me sad, however I do realize that it's good for the business in the long run.
Play around his site of dark and lusty visual toys, and you'll see why I'm a long time fan and honored that he donated his skills to our humble site. Personally, I cannot think of a better way to pay tribute to our military than ogling them during NYC's Fleet Week, going on until the 26th.
And while it seems Noon is constantly on the move, he's made a semi-permanent home at Tattoo Culture in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, usually returning twice a year.Recently featured in the May issue of Total Tattoo, Noon has created a style instantly recognizable and completely his own.
The majority of magazines were a disappointment to me -- there was rarely a black person in any of them, and I just wanted to see an example of what was possible on my own complexion. In a bout between magazine bloggers on tattoo topics, Missbehave slugs it out with their war on gun and brass knuckle tattoos. Mix comes in a series of 12 sheets, some with 2 tattoos per sheet.These vending machine tattoos are made specifically to vend in most standard sticker or tattoo flat vending machines. Take that as you wish.The always cool Mark Mahoney of Shamrock Social Club is featured in a sweet and extensive profile in Lowrider Arte. I'd be equally humbled if you'd post these pretty banners on your own sites and spread our sinful gospel.
My fave is the Tug of War and Stem-to_Stern relay race tomorrow at 11:30 -- events that truly highlight those bicep and calf tattoos.


It's something I'd rather let him describe, though he plainly says, "It's difficult to explain.
How did they get all that color into that black chick's skin, was the first thing on my mind.
I also just wanted a tattoo magazine to discuss something I could relate to: being a black kid from the inner city.
Blogger Baby Sinead, personally affected by violence, asks women why they would want to glorify it. They were quite lovely, offering prizes to all of y'all, but I asked to see an episode in advance before I could promote it and they sent me a trailer of a few seconds.
Catch Brian, and I at the show Saturday and Sunday giving away free Needles and Sins stickers.
I heard a few people outside the show saying that they didn't want to pay the $18 cover.* Toilet Ink. Granted, I have more weaponry bling than anyone I know (thanks mostly to Father Panik Industries), but I see it as a nod to my  Brooklyn public high school education in the 80s, pre-metal detector days.
The artist line-up remains one of the best, and includes exciting new artists from Taiwan and China.
Any time I've put something up that I haven't tried and tested, y'all have called me on it.
Can't make it tonight, though, because we'll be at the opening night for Rooftop Films, and while this eve is sold out, check the rest of the schedule for some of the best indie shorts and full length features screened outdoors this summer. Check out our other designs and be sure to order enough boxes for all of the columns in your machineDisplay card available for nominal additional cost.
The North by NorthEast Musix Fest is also taking place that weekend just five minutes away and is free to NIX VIP passholders.
I guess I'm saying I'm old.What is badass is the latest issue of Swedish mag Tare Lugnt inked on skin, not paper. The National Ledger even quotes Dupri twittering while getting his ribs tattooed, and that's way more hard than any of his own raps.I know. Entitled Flesh To Canvas, the show opens June 13th at 7pm and includes work from the following artists: Shawn Barber, Nick Baxter, Aaron Bell, Paul Booth, Boris, Kim Saigh, Joe Capobianco, Marcus Pacheco, Leslie Reesen, Jon Clue, Damon Conklin, Jeff Gogue, Phil Holt, Nikko Hurtado, Little Dragon, and more.
Reading too many of these you-kids-get-off-my-lawn anti-ink rants.But thankfully, a thoughtful article emerged from the mass of eewww-the-Denver-Nuggets-have-too-many-tattoos stories.
Check Benjamin Hochman's piece for the AP on the Birdman's tattooist, John Slaughter of Denver's Tribe Tattoo. Slaughter offers this quote on the team's tattoos, among other nuggets tidbits:"Tattoos, for thousands of years, have been associated with tribes of people. In the end, the best advice for revolting ed parents is to tell your kids about Totally Stylin Tattoo Barbie, and they'll realize tattoos are too mainstream to be cool and won't do it. That worked for me during that whole trendy Crackerjack Box tattoo era.You don't need Barbie to tell you tattoos are mainstream.



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