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Infernum

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  1. To all my fellow artists, fans and friends, It has been way too long since I hit the road around the northeastern coast (MA, VT, NH, MN, DC, VA, MD, PA + OH). Now that winter is almost gone, we are thinking of taking a trip every month, or two. Where to? That's really up to your responses, but anywhere within a reasonable driving distance (up to 9-10 hours) seems good. All it takes is a few of you that are serious, and want work done, for us to visit your city or town. For anyone interested, just email us at: info@liorcifer.com Hope to see you all soon... in your own corner of Hell. - Liorcifer Infernum Tattoos Infernum Tattoos - Official shop of Liorcifer and Mr. Beans
  2. Infernum NYC is looking for a permanent artist who is local, has style, and knows his or her stuff (no rockstars, please). We also have an extra station for travelling artists, so if you are passing through the area, get in touch. We are a private studio (no walk-ins), run by artist Liorcifer, and centered in the East Village off St Marks in Manhattan. If this sounds like your kind of studio, send a copy of your portfolio to: info@liorcifer.com, or give us a call 212-477-7087 for specifics or questions.
  3. I'm kind of new here too, so I'm not too sure how it used to be in the past. But I have been tattooing for over 18 years, and find this site to be very interesting and educational on many levels. As some said already, I try and only post things that might be of interest to other people, and constructive. Every social media or forum will always have lurkers, however this site is definitely much more serious then others, and as I recommend this to other artists too, we can only hope it will remain professional and constructive, at least the majority of it. things such as the artists interviews will definitely keep this place a more artist friendly site, I can't see too many people enjoy those kind of things, or discussions much, unless they are truly a part of the family, or fellow artists. Either way, at least in my opinion, if we can keep ignoring useless posts, and stick to what's more important, constructive, educational, or just plain ol' good tattoo or shop talk...etc. then I believe the other will die out on it's own with time...after all, they have much better forums as such to go to, if that's what they are looking for.
  4. Kari Barba! way ahead of her time, and still kicks ass!!! much respect! Outer Limits just celebrated their 30 anniversary last week.
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    bio mech
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    horror

    demons fun
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    horror

    freehand
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    evil

    some darkness for your pleasure
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    evil

    some darkness for your pleasure
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    evil

    some darkness for your pleasure
  11. almost done there...
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    evil

    lots of fun on that one.
  13. I think you are definitely better off notifying them. after all, you got nothing to really lose by doing so, only being nice and respectful to your artist, and give them the chance of booking someone after you if they wish to. and by doing so early enough, you leave them enough time to do those last minute changes in their schedule and not have to lose money or be disappointed.
  14. You are totally right about the importance of aging of the tattoo, and that it should be one of the first and most important thing in an artist's mind when they design a tattoo. however, that does not mean you HAVE to still follow those "red lines" as you call them. The real challenge we go through is to push the envelope, and the artistic level of tattooing while still making sure it will look great for years to come. ( such as, for example, using black as background, so you don't really have to have a solid outline to hold the piece...) Unfortunately, I do agree that too many tattoo artists seem to put their art in a priority over long lasting tattoo, which is really due to the fact that most people nowadays don't really apprentice professionally or bother to learn those ground rules and red lines of this medium.
  15. I didn't see any posts about this, and hope this is the right place for this. I just heard of the accident that took Frank Lee away from us, entirely too early. for those of you who don't know the name- He is one of the biggest pioneers in the "new school" style, and was way ahead of his time by the early 90's and a great inspiration in my tattooing career and many others I've met and know. He also made great sets of original flash designs, and was one of the only artists ever to have his flash hanging at just about any studio worldwide and was for many years a "best seller" sets. Such a great artist, and a huge part of the evolution of tattoos during the big wave that turned this industry on it's head and made it to what it is today. R.I.P my friend
  16. Not sure if this posted here, I haven't seen it. it's a really cool find my friend sent me. Things used to be very different... http://dangerousminds.net/comments/invasion_of_the_flesh_etchers_vintage_tv_report_of _minnesota_tattoo
  17. I can't wait to hear the new DarkThrone!!! only a few more days...
  18. I just opened my new private studio in NYC. we are still looking for another local custom artist, for full or part time position. for more information call us #212-477-7087, or email info@liorcifer.com See you in our Hell... Liorcifer
  19. Here's some pictures of my work...thanks for looking.
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