Archive for April, 2010

27
Apr
10

Good Times in Seattle

I did some work at the National Tattoo Convention in Seattle last week. It was a good time, did some cool tattoos and meet some awesome artist. Here is a picture of Karen Roze corrupting the youth.

I meet up with a long time client named Ben Brandon. Ben has a sleeve still in progress, we worked on the black shading in his roses and started some grey wash in the background.

Ben Already had a hodgepodge of tattoos on his arm before he decided to get a sleeve. So it makes it difficult to see exactly whats going on at this point, especially with the limited photos that I have. Thank you Ben, good luck on the fishing boat this year I’ll see you soon.

I had another long time costumer show up that lives in Seattle. Not really sure what to get we agreed on doing a free hand owl head on the back of her hand.

This was fun, thank you Carley. Need to get a healed picture of this little hooter.

I also did this cover-up. It was supposed to be an angel but I thought it looked like a bad butterfly.

It is definitely a black rose now. Thank you Jessica and good luck on your boat aswell.

I would also like to thank NTA and Aaron Bell for making this event happen, and a special thanks to my co workers Karen Roze, K.C. Angel and Amanda Go. Every body at Sacred Rose Tattoo works as a great team all the time!

20
Apr
10

Old vs New

Music is often a big influence on tattoos. Both recipients of these tattoos are singers. One likes the classic look for his tattoo and the other is paying tribute to the ever popular Sure Sm 58. Either-which-way microphone tattoos are awesome, so if you would like on hit me up.

Thank you Cory and Chris

12
Apr
10

The Tenderloin Project at the Medicine Agency

YOU NEED TO CHECK THIS OUT….

http://thetenderloinproject.com/

I went to the opening of this show the other night at the Medicine Agency. There was a big turnout, free drinks, amazing photos and cool artwork. Three of my friends had pieces showing, Mark Bode, KC Angel and Amanda Go.

All of the photos at the show by Sean Desmond.

The photography was fantastic, the details in the large pictures was unreal. You have to go see for yourself.

There were also 12 artist that made artwork on top of a print of one of the photos.