Vintage Tattoo Signage Part One

The first documented professional tattoo artist in the USA was in 1846 and became mainstream in the 1970's.  Here are some of the signage associated with tattooing and tattoos that dates back decades.     [divider]  *To see MORE and learn about some of the MOST AMAZING tattoo artists of our age, check out these

Bad-Ass Bio-Mech Tattoos

By their very nature these are tattoos that have an intricate fusing of sci-fi styling with elements of living biology. These tattoos are a look into the mind of the creator and wearer; they see the possibilities of the world as far more complicated and interrelated than most people. Bio-Mech is

Russ Abbott/Guy Aitchison Collaboration: TODAY

  Russ Abbott and Guy Aitchison are gearing up for a major collaboration, which will be webcast live this October 22-23 from Off The Map Tattoo in Easthampton, Mass., where you'll see biomech, ornamental and dimensional graphic elements fused into something totally new. The first session's webcast will be free to

Gadget Makes Music by Scanning an Arm Tattoo

by HANNA TRUDO Dmitry Morozov's tattoo isn't just about looks, it's about sound. The Moscow-based artist has a hefty 8- by 3-inch barcode stretching down his left forearm, and when he scans it with the right gadget: music. Morozov grew up studying guitar and is a self-taught engineer. “I wanted to combine two passions—electronic

KURV Tips Available now from Morphix

Morphix introduces a line of autoclavable tips (branded KURV) which are available for purchase direct from www.morphixtattoo.com or one of our authorized distributors listed on our website.  KURV Tips are available in 4 different sizes: 7M, 9M, 3/5D and 7/9D with additional sizes to be introduced in the future. Our patent pending designs and FDA

The Art of the Machine Charity Show

To Benefit the Children’s Burn Foundation I am proud to announce the first annual “The Art of the Machine,” a charity event to be held July 11th 2014 in Downtown Long Beach at the Mai Tai Bar at the historic Long Beach Pike from 6pm – 2am. The Art of the Machine