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  1. With all the recent Pharaoh's Horses talk I thought I'd share mine. Done by Grez at the Bay Area Tattoo Convention.
  2. Yeah that was the gist of it and it was both to my face and behind my back. My job was odd because it was a mix between a corporate world and a creative one. Most of the guys I worked with were older and highly educated, which always made their close-minded attitudes seem odd to me. My job now is amazing. I'd say 30% of the staff has tattoos. Numerous people have full sleeves and nobody bats an eye.
  3. Well I used to run every day in Central Park. Little did I know, so did my bosses. Well I ran into them one morning and later that day, some disrespectful comments were circulating through the office. And the show I was working on only had around 10 people on staff, so it got pretty uncomfortable. It was just your typical bullshit, but it got old fast. As far as tattooers in LA I'm planning on visiting, I have Bryan Burk and Jim Sylvia high up on my list. I'm also going to the SF convention in October and plan on getting another piece from Grez.
  4. Hi everyone, My name is Brett and I've been lurking here for a while. I'm 24 years old and I just moved back to Los Angeles. For the past three years I have been living in NY, and that's where I've had all of my tattoos done so far. I only have three so far: an eagle on my right calf from Grez at Kings Ave; a Lion on my thigh done by Dave Wallin at Eight of Swords in Brooklyn; and a day of the dead tattoo done on my right calf by Jessica Mascitti at East Side Ink. I work in the TV news industry and have had a hell of a time dealing with the stigmas of tattoos at the corporate level. This
  5. I'm a lurker here, but I felt compelled to share this craigslist ad, which is somewhat related to this topic: WORLD RENOWNED TATTOO ARTIST JONNY OCEAN BARTERING FOR A LIMITED TIME!
  6. Bteal

    Eagle by Grez

    Done by Grez at Kings Ave in NYC
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