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At last week's opening night of the Craft and Folk Art Museum's exhibit "L.A. Skin & Ink," which celebrates the last 60 years of tattooing in Los Angeles, the crowd could be heard laughing and chattering from near ... More >>
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Welcome to my life, tattoo
I'm a man now, thanks to you
I expect I'll regret you
But the skin graft man won't get you
You'll be there when I die
by The Who
People with tattoos are sentimental. Most of them, anyway. No one gets a ... More >>
Tuaca, the Italian liqueur that you may remember as a bar shot staple in the pre-Red Bull days, has a new look thanks to Corey Miller, the tattoo artist of L.A. Ink reality show fame and owner of Upland's Six Feet Under tattoo parlor.
Regardless of how we feel about the citrusy vanilla liqueur, whi ... More >>
When it comes to tattooing, we are fortunate to have an enormous wealth of talent in Los Angeles. Though tattoo culture erupted in mainstream popularity several years ago it was a vital part of L.A. long before that and remains so today. There are artists in every corner of the city, with faithful c ... More >>
George Robert Lopez, a 41-year-old leader of the notorious Venice 13 gang who goes by "Trippy," was finally put behind bars last week.
But given this guy's reputation, and the massive joint sting operation it took to bring him down (led by the ATF and the LAPD last winter/spring), his charges are o ... More >>
"Everyone knows I'm not going to watch it," says California based tattoo artist Heather Sinn, referring to Ink Master, Spike TV's new reality television tattoo competition series that begins tonight, hosted by musician Dave Navarro. As an unhappy contestant on the show, Sinn sa ... More >>
A federal appeals court Thursday struck down the city of Hermosa Beach's ban on tattoo parlors, saying what we already knew: Tattoo art is a "unique and important method of expression" and therefore protected by the Constitution's right of free speech. A three-judge panel from the U.S. 9th Ci ... More >>
Ravenswood WineryPosing Naked Among The Wine Barrels Is Not Required
Getting a tattoo may not make you a chef, but get the right tattoo, and you can get free wine. For life. There is a catch or two, of course. The ink must be permanent and your body art must be the Ravenswood Winery logo. Pl ... More >>