Troubled Girl (Way Out West Mix) - Karen Ramirez - Troubled Girl (Vinyl)
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He uses muted colors and loose lyrical lines in his work, punctuated with geometric patterns and sketchy "pencil" marks; playful and innocent like a child's dreams. He's inventive, funny and, graphically, taking more chances than ninety-five percent of the world's best known inkmeisters I didn't say he's the next Sailor Jerry Collins, but just as Collins merits his own star in the tattoo universe, so does Monsieur Noon.
Except his has six points with a pair of lips and curlers in its hair" -Bob Baxter. Big Gus was born and raised in the streets of Los Angeles.
His mother was an artist and would always encourage him to draw, paint, and trace as a young child. He was only in kindergarten and already painting along side his mother. Unfortunately his mother passed away when Gus was just 19 years old. All though she is not around any more, her artistic influence on her son still lives on today. Gus has a bit of a dark past, growing up with a ruff crowd and getting involved with gang banging at a young age.
He was always painting murals in the Los Angels Riverbed and showcasing his graffiti skills all around L. Big Gus began tattooing at the age of He has been a self taught artist his whole life, all though paying close attention to those better then he was to improve on his skills as an artist. But he knew there was more out there for him then gang banging. He wanted to make sure his mother was looking down on him from above with pride.
He started tattooing professionally at age 22 out of Distinctive Ink in Pico Rivera. Big Gus began to attend tattoo conventions. He studied and observed all of the different styles and techniques. He saw that he could actually use his art skills to make a good living, to travel the world, and to meet other artists from all corners of the globe.
He later became friends with these same artists that he looked up to. Some of the respected old school artists like CatFish Carl, Tony Olivas, and Rick Walters schooled Big Gus on the fact that tattooists honoring the traditions and respecting the legacy and talents of fellow artists were becoming a dying breed.
He knew that he was part of a new generation of these artists, and it was part of his responsibility to keep these traditions alive. Today Big Gus is a world class and world known tattoo artist. His popular style of fine line, Black and Grey-Photorealism graces the pages of Tattoo Publications in 40 countries. He has won over awards, has his first book coming out soon, and has seen huge success with designs for clothing companies such as Sullen and Tribal.
Big Gus is an inspiration to the troubled youth out there. He has sacrificed so much to get where he is now, and he lives a true West Coast OG success story. He is a blessed and talented individual, an extremely hard worker, and I am proud to have Big Gus as my friend. Jeremy Co Owner of Sullen Clothing. I knew early on that I wanted to be a tattoo artist. I enjoy doing all different styles of work; from realistic portraiture style, color, and black and grey. I most enjoy doing custom work working 1 on 1 with the ideas from my customers to come up with a unique, one-of-a-kind piece.
At a very young age, Turk realized his passion for the arts and began to express himself both musically and artistically. Showing a bit of a penchant for the macabre landed him some misunderstood scrutiny as a child by school teachers and the like, since his drawings consisted of mainly skulls, monsters, reapers, coffins, bats, spiders, headstones and so on. As a teenager, Turk set his hobby of illustration aside and began experimenting with music and played in many punk and pop-punk bands throughout high school.
After high school, however, Turk found an opportunity to move to Berkeley, CA with his older brother and explore all the opportunities of the Bay Area. Within months, Turk had already joined up with members of a popular Lookout!
Records label. It was during this time Turk met Bay Area local and professional tattoo artist, Karen Roze, which reignited his interest in art and illustration. Although he received his first tattoo a Black Flag logo at the age of 17, Turk showed no interest in tattooing, tattoo related illustration, or the tattoo industry until this point in his life.
Big bold designs with heavy black and well saturated colors make his work not only stand out, but also stand the test of time. I started as a custom artist so i enjoy drawing every tattoo i do. I am currently tattooing in addison texas. He began tattooing on his own skin when he was 13, and opened his own shop at the age of He has no formal art training, but is passionate about learning. His artwork is informed by innumerable trips to many museums to study painting and sculptures, as well as studying countless books about different techniques of painting and drawing.
It was hard because I was very young and I had no money to pay for information, and back then there were no tattoo magazines and no internet! He persevered and over the past 20 years has become renowned for his photo realism and portraiture work, usually rendered in black and grey, but he relishes each and every chance he gets to work with strong, solid colors.
He also really likes art from the 's and floral ornaments, a style he interprets for some of his tattoo designs. Above all he always likes to put "some poetry" into the designs he creates. I like his personality and he is very talented. I have work by Guy Aitchinson and Robert Hernandez too. I like to be tattooed by people I admire. I am also inspired by architecture, other tattoo artists, painters like Mucha, photographers such as Doisneau, and slices of everyday life.
My dream situation is when a customer comes to me and gives me a subject for the tattoo and lets me create the image.
My favorite clients of all are the clients who are happy with their tattoo! He's noticed that sometimes when clients start to talk to him that they appear to feel a little intimidated, which bothers him a bit. When he's not working, he enjoys spending time with his children and his granddaughter, as well as body building with my son and friends. His vision for the future is growing his family business. The family team has several projects in the works, such as the "Chaudesaigues Awards," that they would like to give to an artist who has been selected by a jury of international tattoo artists, after they review a comprehensive portfolio of work in whatever mediums that artist works with.
S trip for Europeans or a European trip for Americansa meeting with a tattooist that the winner admires, a free entry pass for major art museum and an article about him or her in a tattoo magazine. It was important for me that the 1st award will be presented in the USA, because that's where my career started, American magazines and clients trusted me and my work.
We would like to have tattooers with different styles and techniques come to teach in France, so we can all discover different way to tattoo. These seminars would be by professionals, for professionals only of course. We are working on it and hope to announce the dates and name of the artist who will be giving the first seminar soon. Fin des seventies.
Tout ce que trimballe le mot de tatoueur aussi. Les tatoueurs se font rares en France. Mais qui paye. Un exemple? Dans le tatouage. Une family affair, chez les Chaudesaigues, le tattoo. Ses deux filles, Cindy et Sabrina ainsi que son fils Julien sont, pareillement, tatoueurs.
I travel around a bit working conventions and do guest spots so check out my travel section to see if I'm gonna be in your area. If your interested in getting tattooed at a convention you can e-mail me with ideas.
If you want to book an appointment or check availability at Iron Heart then call the shop at I do not book my own appointments at Iron Heart. I run a clothing company with my wife called Acanthus Apparel. Troubled Girl (Way Out West Mix) - Karen Ramirez - Troubled Girl (Vinyl) clothing features my artwork.
Acanthus items are available at www. I build my machines from scratch, from the coil washers to the binding posts. I don't mass produce them and numbers are very limited.
To check availability you can email me or look through my Facebook page and Instagram for photos of available machines. Contact me for custom orders or if you any questions. Email: joshuacbowers hotmail. Instagram: joshuabowers. When I got it in my mind that I wanted to tattoo, it was life changing.
A few times throughout life there are moments like these and they are incredibly powerful. This happened for me around the age of 15 in realizing I wanted to tattoo. Unfortunately, at that time, tattooing was illegal in the state of Massachusetts where I am from. That didn't stop my dream, however. I would get all the tattoo magazines I could find and re-draw every design to practice.
InMassachusetts was lucky enough to see the tattoo ban lifted thanks to Stephan Lanphear, who sued the state for 10 years for us to have the right to tattoo and be tattooed. We all owe him a huge thank you! Shortly after that, I got an apprenticeship with Little John Bury in North Carolina, and that is where my tattooing adventure began. During the summer ofI had opportunities to travel to Martha's Vineyard with Stephan and work at his shop. In June ofI moved back to Massachusetts and now I am proud to have my own studio up and running!!!
In the 15 years of my career, I have found it important to challenge myself and stay well-rounded as a tattoo artist by drawing every day. As a result, I am able to work in almost any style. I do especially enjoy color, black and gray, traditional, realistic, roses, flowers, skulls, cats, birds etc.
I take pride in hybrid techniques that help create my unique custom works. The process of collaborating with my clients and bringing their ideas to life is what I definitely enjoy most about tattooing. There is nothing more satisfying than watching the most basic ideas evolve into that large scale design a client has been waiting for; or a special smaller, one-point tattoo that evokes good memories.
September marked another milestone for Troubled Girl (Way Out West Mix) - Karen Ramirez - Troubled Girl (Vinyl) career in the launch of Lucky Cats Brand featuring original tattoo art on unisex hoodies, tanks, and t-shirts with limited edition designs. All designs and merchandise are available online and are on display at my Watertown shop. The joy I get seeing someone look at their new tattoo while that happy smile comes over their face is why I put all the care and detail into the work that I do.
I absolutely love being a tattoo artist!!! I take nothing for granted!! If you would like to acquire a piece of artwork, clothing, or a tattoo, it would be my absolute pleasure. He also took painting classes and was influenced by comic books when he was a child. His love for drawing translated in various media, including airbrushing, color pencils, charcoal, acrylics and oil.
Self-taught in the art of tattooing, Stefano dedicated millions of hours traveling the US for conventions, which ultimately helped him realize his unique realistic style. Stefano's greatest artistic influence is his Great Grandfather, Jose Alcantara La Torre, whose style is inherently similar to his own. As with various forms of media, Stefano does not see art as a business.
In terms of tattooing, the human skin is a unique canvas that allows him to create a permanent mark in someone's life. Since then, he has been traveling more than ever, attending tattoo conventions all over the world. He has given dozens of seminars in person, at conventions, and even live seminars over the web. During the years he gained international recognition, and featured in many publications, and also held seminars in international tattoo conventions.
Liorcifer has been attending many tattoo conventions, and doing guest spots around the world, which keeps him exposed to many different styles of. Shawn Barber Biography. Shawn Barber's body of work focuses primarily on painting, portraiture, and documenting contemporary tattoo culture. Barber's intimate renditions of tattooed individuals balance both meticulous brush strokes and loose energy.
Figurative in nature, these large paintings take on abstractions with explosive colors, meandering lines and paint dripping down the canvas. Shawn earned his B. His first published book of art titled 'Tattooed Portraits' was published by 9mm Books infollowed by his second tome, 'Forever and Ever', a page hardcover book dedicated to the Tattooed Portraits Series. Among his extensive achievements, he has taught drawing, painting and the business of art for 10 years at various art schools throughout the country.
After years of documenting the art of tattoo, it was a logical progression to pick up the tattoo machine and add tattooist to his resume. I started playing guitar in my teens and gave up art completely to pursue a career in music.
I spent the next fifteen years playing in heavy metal bands and working a factory job. Of course, I was hooked and got my sleeves and a full back piece done within a few years. During this time I got back into drawing and took a few art classes. Now it was time to learn how to tattoo! I took some drawings to Tramp, the owner of Eternal Tattoos, who are based in the Detroit area where I grew up. I was offered an apprenticeship, and within three months I had quit my job and was tattooing full time.
I was 34 years old when I started — a little late in the game, but better late than never! Tom Renshaw was working there and took me under his wing. Tom went WAY out of his way to help me, he really pushed me those first couple of years. I stayed at Eternal for six years. I am currently working on the road doing tattoo conventions and guest spots at tattoo shops.
Check the on the road page for my schedule. So I guess I finally grew up and became an artist — my original plan as a kid. I think I found my true calling. I want to cut back on traveling a little so I can learn how to paint, do more fine art and tattoo more, but I just can't stop! Tyrrell, Paul Booth still Troubled Girl (Way Out West Mix) - Karen Ramirez - Troubled Girl (Vinyl) biggest influence and favorite tattoo artistRobert Hernandez fucking amazing!
Thanks for the never ending inspiration. Have been tattooing since Mainly out of Southern California. He Grew up in a Tattoo family. His mother being legendary tattoo artist Kari Barba. He is currently working at. Specialing in a dark art style. Mainly in Black and Grey. As well as dabbing into some color work to fusion the two together. Check out more of The Tattoo life of Jeremiah Barba at jbarba. I enjoy taking my classical art background and applying it to my tattoos. My goal is to deliver one- of-a-kind tattoos that my customers can be proud to wear and show off for the rest of their lives.
In his early years he used the art of drawing to bring his diabolic message to the masses and with the age of 18 started to engrave his demented visions into lost souls flesh. Be it Tattoo Conventions or guest spots in different studios. Not much is known about this demon, but with time he'll reveal his true nature! And here you'll find a little peek into this dark place called his mind Earth is a dark, evil and chaotic place.
It's the place he calls home. Demons within, dark cloaked figure My painting and sculptural work are a big influence on my tattooing. I translate my painting into my tattoos. I try to translate the movement of the human body into the my designs. Also, with a background in sculpture, I adapt the concepts of shaping a piece of pottery to tattooing a human body.
My knowledge of figurative sculpture helps convert images to the contours of arms, legs, backs and other parts of the body. All my work is original art customized to each client. These images are collaged together from found photographs of random people; strangers to me. They are other people's memories which I cut up, distort and re-assemble. I am not interested in describing these memories, but in extracting the essence of those memories from the actual details of the people, places, and times involved.
It is not the memories themselves, but the fleeting and fragmentary feeling of memory: the flavor of it that filters through. We are now taking appointments so If you would like to get tattooed by me, Please contact me here or by e-mail at ceptat2 yahoo. I make all my appointments through e-mail, this works best. Still plan on traveling a lot for guest spots, US and Europe. I love to tattoo and love to goof off at the same time. It's a laid back, comfortable atmosphere when I tattoo.
I want you to have as much fun as me! This is gonna be there for a lifetime and so will the memories of getting it done so they better be good right?
Thanks for checking out my stuff. Fabrizio opened his first tattoo studio in Milan inmoving then to Costa Rica three years later to open The Tattoo Club. While Fabrizio embraces many artistic styles, his work is primarily influnced by modern art, specifically Cubism in its dynamic representation of shapes and geometries. His use of colour is a unique expression of vibrancy and intensity recalling the passion of the Russian Expressionists. This style is reflected not only in his paintings but also in the tattoos where one will find detailed studies of depth and dimension in a variety of subjects from traditional Japanese to Cubist influenced portraits.
He has been featured in several international magazines including Scandinavian Tattoo Magazine, Skin Deep, and International Tattoo Art, one of the best selling magazines in the industry. We positioned Stygian Gallery in the heart of the city to make it easier for client traveling in. When my schedule permits, I travel as much as possible and do many conventions in Europe and throughout the United States.
Troubled Girl (Way Out West Mix) - Karen Ramirez - Troubled Girl (Vinyl) specialize in black and grey inspired realism. To get a better idea of the style of work I take on, check out my portfolio and recent art. Yoni has invested in art and drawing since young childhood.
He started around four years old and never stopped developing both his passion and his skill throughout grade school and college. He became interested in tattooing while getting some of his own work done in the Army. A couple of years after leaving the Army, Yoni found an open apprenticeship position with Terry Mayo and took advantage of the opportunity.
Almost two years later Yoni has started working at Cat Tattoo. Giger and Salvador Dali. Aside from tattooing he paints and creates digital art in his free time. Incorporating a broad range of artistic mediums, styles, and influences, Yoni strives to become a better artist every day. Art has been in her life since a young age, when her parents put her in private art lessons with a tutor at the age of four. Around 10 years of age, Chloe was relocated from Southern Florida to Central Massachusetts and continued her art education with various classes in many mediums at the Worcester Art Museum.
These lessons continued until Chloe was 18 years old and began her tattoo career. Chloe's tattoo work is predominantly color and, though she loves working in many styles, the main style of her work could be described as 'illustrative realism. When not tattooing, Chloe enjoys colored pencil sketching, painting in acrylic, water color, and oils, folding origami, and frolicking with unicorns. If you are interested in getting work by Chloe, feel free to either contact her through the website or call Nautilus Tattoo at: Living a vagabond life he began his tattoo apprenticeship in Myke's style has strong roots in Traditional Americana, tho he likes to put his own spin on the basic concepts of Old School, his style is clearly his own.
Today, he's trying to focus on painting and growing with every new endeavor he undertakes. Myke hasn't yet shaken the wanderlust and you might find him roaming anywhere in the world, honing his craft.
Religious Iconography. The art of repetition. At this current time Adam is in the midst of creating a series of provincial Christ portraits and other Sacred Illustrations.
Often times Adam is working to loosely create his fine art imagery which is drastically different from the technical approach of his traditional American tattoo style. And now, Adam is attempting to reconcile that by creating some of his fine art works on the skin. Lauricella began tattooing in early In the beginning, Adam worked to create a solid foundation from which to build upon.
Starting in an average street shop where flash was a staple; he took the time to focus on developing his technical skills. After realizing there was so much more to tattooing, tattooers and tattoo shops, Adam decided to move on. Different obstacles led to other opportunities, and on February 14 th, Adam opened the doors of Graceland Tattoo, a square foot labor of love. Over the next several years he fine-tuned his tattooing, as well as the studio space. Always keeping himself grounded, right here in the heart of the Hudson Valley.
The place where Adam was born an raised. The very place he now raises his own family. I like bold outlines and strong shading. However, I've put forth a lot of effort into being a well rounded tattooer. I like my tattoos to look like tattoos, to have a weight and a presence to them. I want them to stand the test of time, and I want the time you spend with me, getting tattooed, to be a good experience.
Graceland Tattoo from Dave Waldron on Vimeo. This is where I will be from now on. I studied painting and print making at Western Illinois University.
My most recent tattoo work has been based in illustrative realismfocusing on making tattoos that look more like my sketches,often using geometric lines and shapes to add structure. Birds, flowers,insects,moths and other critters are umong my favorite subjects to tattoo.
I am well known for my colorful geotraditional pieces but have had a growing fondness for tattooing graphic black images. Although I still love oil paint, Micron pen and acrylic ink on watercolor paper is what I am working with currently. I have done a lot of geoanatomical pieces in the last two years, merging anatomical bone and skeletol drawings with the geometric structure I see in the subject.
What started as a small series has become an aesthetic I am still working hard to develop. The Troubled Girl (Way Out West Mix) - Karen Ramirez - Troubled Girl (Vinyl) way I stood out growing up was being a head taller than all of my classmates.
In the 8th grade I took an art class and realized there finally was a subject in school that held my short attention span the whole 55 minutes it was in session. In high school I doodled on my notes and planned out the tattoos I was going to get myself when I was 18, something my parents always thought was a cute joke. Then I turned 18 and came home with some tattoos on my hips that my mom had assumed I drew on myself before I broke the news. In my addiction of getting tattooed was in full swing and the only class I was passing in college was my art course when I asked my own tattoo artist, Mike DeVries if he could teach me what he knew.
I had been travelling with him to conventions as just a collector and realized that the world I had been peeking into was something I wanted to devote my lifes work to. I've been working at his shop full time since and still grateful everyday that I am able to do something that I love.
I love the constant human interaction. Baptiste Trotignon Suite Interlude i Suite Baptiste Trotignon Suite Part iv Suite Baptiste Trotignon Suite Interlude ii Suite Baptiste Trotignon Suite Part v Suite Baptiste Trotignon Flow Suite Adria… Estranha Sensual Affair Vol. Edgar Tones Lounge. Mark King Gameshow [low risk factor] Chill out in Paris vol. Philipa Alexander Gameshow [low risk factor] Chill out in Paris vol.
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