~Hi guys, had my tattoo recently and very happy with it apart from one niggling bit.
One of the " R " letters is slightly thicker than the other. My tattooist is happy to rectify it ( thicken one of the Rs ) once it's healed in a few weeks.
What do you think, is it too intricate to change it?
PQ is poor because my phones camera is no good, in RL the tattoo looks awesome.
Selling tons of books. These are great for inspiration or reference, some are out of print. Discounts for people that buy multiple books, Message me for details, questions, and prices.
Sacred mirrors Alex grey
Transfigurations Alex grey
Tolerance Chris Mars
The magic mirror of m.c. Escher
The world of m.c. Escher
M.c. Escher 29 master prints
H.R. Giger's Necronomicon
H.R. Giger's Neceonomicon II
Drawings of Mucha 70 works including 9 in full color
Spectrum 13 the best in contemporary fantasy art
Haunted by Dave fox
Organica by Guy Aitchison
Immovable Fudo myoo tattoo designs by horitomo
The Leu Family's family iron
Sailor Jerry Tattoo Flash book one
Old ghosts a flash collection
Spider murph ya tattoo flash book one
1000 oriental tattoo designs
Tattoo designs of Japan horiyoshi III
Unfinished business jay cavna
Less than three Tim pangburn
Bullshito legacies of Martin lacasse
Sketchbook by stilian
Martin lacasse take what you can give nothing back
Selling tons of reference books. Message me for details and prices. Discounts for bulk buyers.
408 Victorian ornamental designs
Celtic and medieval alphabets
Heraldry a pictorial archive
Tahiti felixs master tattoo acetate vintage collection
Tahiti felixs master tattoo acetate vintage collection 2
An instant guide to insects
Atlas of human anatomy frank netter
Insects of the world
Natural companions plant combinations
Talismans and amulets of the world
Gustav klimt 25 master works
Maxfield Parrish the landscapes
A Dore Gallery Gustave Dore'
Baroque and Rococo art and culture
KLIMT Gustav Klimt book
Egon Schiele galerie arnot
Michelangelo the last judgement
The life of Christ in art
Art Nouveau painting sculpture jewelry glass architecture
The art of the popes from the Vatican collection
Northern Renaissance art painting sculpture from 1350 to 1575
The angel tree
The cult of the virgin, offerings ornaments and festivals
The mushroom hunters field guide
Maybe this is naive or just hopeful, but I want to start an artist signature line of T-shirts, designed by Tattoo Artists, I know this is not a new concept, but the niche will be that they are not shop T-shirts and not Sullen big productions from the larger companies (which are awesome). I would like to see simple clean designs, limited colors on Black shirts, made locally, of limited runs of 100 -300 shirts only, so that it actually matters that you have one of a limited supply (value added). Also limited run designs will mean that the art is constantly changing with fresh designs by the artists. There is a real opportunity for the Tattoo Scene to support local makers of things, like t-shirt makers and printers etc, instead of having things mass produced in China. Help your cousin Jim, you know what I mean. North America used to be a world producer, now we are consumer extraordinaires. This also gives a creative venue for tattooers who make awesome art which not so Tattoo-able sometimes, which can generate income for a rainy day fund when they are not tattooing (yes that happens).
Here are 5 designs which I am considering for Black T-shirts (hence the black back-drop).
What is your feedback? Why one or the other? If there is consensus, this thing can pop out in the real world and you are a part of it. How often do you get that opportunity?
A custom studio opening to the public April 2, 2016
1736 W Anderson Ln, Austin, TX 78757
Starting out on April 2nd with tattoo artist David Poe, best way to contact him and book appointments is directly through his website.
We are also looking to add artists, booth rental model to give you the freedom of managing your own clients and schedule! Contact me through the Moon website. :D