From Oregon, watercolor tattoo artist Hunmin Nathan Ji, will be doing a guest spot here from May 8th through the 10th. If you are interested in getting work done by him, please e-mail him at email@example.com You can also check out his work on his Facebook Page!
Our very own Deanna Wardin has made a few of her illustrations available for sale through nuvango. You can order fine art prints, canvas prints, cell phone, or ipad cases, even greeting cards. Some of the cases are only $35 bucks! That’s a crazy good deal!
You can check out her shop here: Nuvango.com/deannawardin
If you have an account with the site, and like any of the illustrations but are not ready to purchase anything at the moment, you can still help if you press the heart button, it will make her heart swell and also make her art more visible to other visitors on the sight.
She won three awards:
*Best Tattoo of the Day,
*3rd place in realism
and, drum-roll please…
*Best in Show!
Yup, Best in Show… we are beyond proud of her for such an awesome accomplishment!
We snapped a few photos of the filming and even got one of Tim Burton himself so you could share the excitement of movie magic with us.
It was amazingly fun to watch the whole street time warp back to the 50′s and see how much work went into the shoot. The whole crew was amazing! I can’t wait to check out the movie… it’s about artist Margaret Keane. If you don’t know her story, you are in for a treat.
If you are looking for a new tattoo, you can call the shop at 415-391-1053 to set up a consultation with Chris or with another Boogaloo of your choice.
Just wanted to share some of his new fancy work… How could I not?
Our very own Deanna Wardin recently did this graphic for Sanctum Longboards.
Sanctum is a bad ass start up company from Denver Colorado. To learn a little about the process and to read her interview, check it out here: http://sanctumcollective.com/2013/03/06/deanna-wardin/
The boards she did are now available through the website above, so go get em friends!
Also I urge you to check out their other artist interviews and products. Very cool stuff from some very cool dudes.
We are pleased to announce, that Kyle (Steak Face) Apprenti-Porter is getting a name change… He recently officially finished his apprenticeship, so the Apprenti part of his name will be dropped. (Don’t you worry, he still goes by steak face!) Just look at the work he is putting out… pretty rad if you ask me! Congratulations Steak Face. We are very proud of you!