tattoosbyfox

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  1. But to answer seriously, I dont think I could bring myself to get a companies logo in the small amount of space I actually have left unless it was a ridiculous amount of money. Defiantly nothing super visible. On the other hand, I do enjoy money, and I guess it really wouldnt matter with how much coverage I actually do have.

    logo tattoos are normally a bad idea in general. companies, bands, whatev. tastes and opinions change over time.


  2. The paintings are 10x3, 5x7 and 4x6. All are already framed.

    The suicide print is 8x10 printed on card stock. I did the painting for Fight It Out's 7 inch, "Depression". Hand signed and numbered out of 50.

    The Josey frame print is 12x12. Hand screen printed. 3 colors. Printed by Austin Kihn. Hand signed (by both Austin and I) and numbered out of 50.


  3. As far as traveling with tattoos, I toured with my band all over North and South America and all over Europe and never had any problems at all at airports. The only place I had trouble was in Mexico. We pulled up to a military check point and were asked to step out of the van. Because I was sleeved out, the military assumed I was a junkie and moving heroin. The were grabbing my arms searching for track marks and pointing huge guns at me. They also tore our van and trailer apart. It fucking sucked.

    As far as traveling with gear, Im relieved to hear they don't really give a shit at airports. Im about to start traveling as much as I can and figured it would be too much of a pain in the ass to fly, so I planned on taking trains everywhere. Although its cheaper... id rather take a 5 hour trip flying opposed to a 48 hour train ride.


  4. very true. if i was coming up into canada i would take a lot of extra precautions. when I was in a band and did a lot of touring in canada i had to go through a lot of that shit with our merch. the border actually seized all our merch and we had to buy it back. ive been turned away as well before. but im not too concerned with the border at the moment. if i was to come up your way id be mailing everything. but most of the traveling im going to be doing is in the states.


  5. So I think I'm in the clear for asking this question... at least I hope since Im not asking for anything application related... but I was wondering what everyone uses to carry their gear in when traveling? I've been looking at the huge pelican cases but wanted to know if there is anything better I should be looking at? Thanks.

    if somehow i crossed a line with someone by asking this... then sorry.