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@Hands On Thanks for posting this I had no idea that there was a video of it. Scott Harrison is the smartest and funniest person I have met in tattooing. Dan Gilsdorf runs a very close second. I don't know for sure, but I have heard that Ed was pretty upset with Scott after the roast.

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People of New York (and surrounding areas) may wish to check the most recent (at the time of posting) instagram photo of trevor_lee_ewald

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Looking again, it's actually the second most recent post, to make things less complicated here it is -

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So, in looking ahead at the calendar, I realized my May app at KA was while Grez will be at Blue Arms in Norway, so I had to reschedule. I was lucky enough to reschedule it for the weekend of the Ed Hardy show, so now I'll definitely be up for that. Stoked.

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Kings Ave put tickets for his speaking events up on their website today. Not sure if they're sold out or not, but worth looking into.

I'm passing on the lectures but am thinking about making the trip to check out the art show part of the weekend and maybe get a walk-in from some hardy flash. still waiting to hear more details on that though.

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@Marwin3000 Tattooing The Invisible Man is my favourite, but the most expensive. It focuses on his life and works - 1955-99.

Beyond Skin is about paintings, drawings, prints, flash, etc. And Wear Your Dreams is his memoir.

All definitely worth getting.

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@Marwin3000 I bought Tattooing the Invisible Man last year, and it's mindblowing to say the least. Well worth the 8-900 kroner it will cost you to get it shipped to Norway. Books are exempt from import taxes too, but you probably knew that already.

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