Marius Meyer finishing back tattoo

Ivar Myhrvold is a tattoo enthusiast and a frequent reader of the TAM blog. Last friday he got the rare opportunity to shoot some video while Marius Meyer put the finishing touches on his friend Wilhelm's full back piece. Check out this awesome piece come to completion!  

P E R S E V E R A N C E

Japanese Tattoo Tradition in a Modern World MARCH 8 - SEPTEMBER 14, 2014 Source: www.janm.org About the Exhibition Perseverance: Japanese Tattoo Tradition in a Modern World explores the artistry of traditional Japanese tattoos along with its rich history and influence on modern tattoo practices in this groundbreaking photographic exhibition. As Japanese tattoos have moved into the

Body Tattoos By Shige

By Martina Source: www.koikoikoi.com SHIGE (Shigenori Iwasaki) is a famous tattoo artist, born in 1970 in Hiroshima. After being a mechanic for Harley-Davidson in Yokohama, he taught himself how to tattoo since 1995 and pursues original Japanese Style with a traditional inspiration. [divider] *Shige is FEATURED in TAM#15 (along with Jeff

Josh Egnew: Gomineko Tour Diary (Part II)

By Josh Egnew Day 5 Up and at 'em! We hit our local ramen spot and jumped on the train. Today we were going to see the Great Buddha! As we exited the train and made our way through the tiny village, Crystal brought our attention to a vending machine that dispenses

Josh Egnew: Gomineko Tour Diary (Part I)

By Josh Egnew A while back some friends from around the globe and I decided that we should all converge in Tokyo to take one of Gomineko’s tours. Crystal Morey is a good friend and fellow tiger, so I knew that we would be in good hands. She's extremely knowledgeable about

Crystal Morey Chats with Japanese Tattoo Master Horiren (VIDEO)

By Crystal Morey Additional Photos By Hiro Hata I recently had the opportunity to go out to Horiren's studio in Saitama. Self-taught tebori (hand-poke) artist and student of legendary Ozuma Kaname. Horiren discusses the disappearing art of Shamisen Bori. I love going out to Horiren's, her studio is standard for a traditional Japanese