Exisit body art, or a proud display of organized crime connections? In Japan, full-body tatooing rises from dubious origins to artform. See All National Geographic Videos video.nationalgeographic.com
Since 1994 Tattoo City has been a premier custom tattoo studio run by World Famous Artist Larry Brogan with work published in hundreds of magazines and books world wide. We have won more awards than any shop in Chicagoland. We feature some of the most talented artists at Tattoo City so check our web site for further information. www.tattoocityskinart.com Our awesome and friendly staff of artists is fully capable of creating that one of a kind custom tattoo to suit your needs. Stop in for a consultation or to set up an appointment. We are open noon till 8pm 7 [More]
If it’s your first tattoo then look around first. Find a design that you really love. It may take awhile but the wait will be worth it. One of the best places on the internet to find great tattoo designs to help you find something you will love is Chopper Tattoo. Follow the above link to get your free 20 videos for the FAQ and answers for Chopper Tattoos.
If you think getting a tattoo is painful, you should try getting one removed by laser! It seriously is a thousand times worse than getting the tattoo in the first place, and it hurts even more for your bank balance. Before you get a tattoo make sure it’s something that you really want. Not only should you research your tattoo design but you should also research for the best tattooist in your area. Afterall the tattoo will be with you for life (unless you get it lasered) so you want it to be the best it can be. CBC News [More]
The best way to keep a tattoo from fading is keeping it out of the sun or by applying SPF to the artwork whenever outside. Learn about the advances made in tattoo ink and equipment for keeping a tattoo fresh, such as sunblock, from an experienced tattoo artist in this free video on body art. Expert: Brandon Bond Contact: www.allornothingtattoo.com/ Bio: Brandon Bond was voted Artist of the Year in 2005 at the South Florida Tattoo Convention. Filmmaker: Sheldon Bradley