Sunday, July 31, 2011

Religious Black and Grey Tattoo Work...

A good guy who had me do this angel on his back a while ago, returned to the shop to get these praying hands and some words of inspiration on his arm. I Love doing religious black and grey pieces!

Day at the Museum...

My girl and I visited the Carnegie Museum of Natural History and Art last week. We goofed off a lot and didn't learn anything...
My favorite photo from the visit
Girlfriend imitating animals. Haa.
Also amazing
How did they do that? Fucking beautiful! I can hear the waves pound the rocks!


Thursday, July 28, 2011

High Class Tatty...

My friend Mike sent me this photo of his wife flashing her tattoo during a photo shoot. Nice.

Can't Live Without His Radio...

Saw these cats in a shop window chillaxin with some boomboxes while out with my girl

Tuesday, July 12, 2011

Western Pennsylvania Paranormal Hunters

I created this logo for my good friend TJ who heads the Western PA Paranormal Hunters. I've all ready tattooed a similar looking logo on him a few months ago. My girl and I plan on visiting him soon and hope to join him on one of his investigations to find g-g-g-g-g-ghosts!

Monday, July 4, 2011

California Road Trip Part Five- Graf

Some of the graf we found along our trip...

This alien invasion production was badass.

Flying Fortress Teddy Trooper spotted in the wild!
Wicked Axis character!

Mear mural.


California Road Trip Part Four- "Street Cred" and "Art in the Streets"

We attended two graf/street art gallery shows. First was the "Street Cred" exhibit at the Pasadena Museum of California Art. The entire exterior of the building was covered with Retna's lettering. Inside, photography was prohibited, but I snuck a pic of this Risky piece that was composed of license plates and neon and titled "styles for miles"
The "Art in the Streets" show at the MOCA in Los Angeles was absolutely badass!

Risky's bus was parked outside the entrance.

The wall of spray cans brought back a lot of memories... did these two Powell boards. The ripper on the left was my first real board. I bought it at a small skate shop in Manhattan Beach when I was about 12. Up until then, I was riding shitty Kmart boards.
Banksy's exhibit. Brilliant.

These cameras were animatronic, and the small ones in the nest would move and act like hungry baby birds while the large one would look around and act as if it was feeding them.
Mode 2. One of my all time favorite writers. His characters are in a league of their own. His style is unmistakable. So much talent it's sick. And he's still rocking strong.
Kaws bus stop ad poster.
C.R. Stecyk's wall of screen prints. I was thrilled to see the Animal Chin "have you seen him" poster!
Chaz's amazing pieces

Cartoon blasted this massive wall using cans and airbrush depicting LA tattoo, lowrider, and gang lifestyle.

This bombed out wall featured two of my favorite writers- Slick and Mear

Big Risky alphabet wall was huge!
This Saber piece was massive, and normally I'm not feeling his letterstyle, but this burner was wicked!
Mad Society. I see a Rime character in there.
Cartoon's lowrider hood
This wasn't my first time seeing Cartoon's ice cream truck, but it's always amazing and warrants considerable time to view all the nasty details!

Cost and Revs, the New York OG sticker and wheat paste bombers.