Tattoo Age: Dan Santoro (Part 2/3)

Tattoo Age: Dan Santoro (Part 2/3)

DAN SANTORO: I grew up in Woodbridge, New Jersey. I was paying for community college and it wasn’t much, it was like $800 a semester. And to me it was like, what a waste of my fucking money. So I dropped out and then I started working as a sign painter for Wegmans in upstate

Tattoo Age: Dan Santoro (Part 3/3)

Tattoo Age: Dan Santoro (Part 3/3)

JEFF OGIBA: I like the frog on the mushroom. DAN SANTORO: Yeah. I love that one too, man. I would really like to do that, to be honest with you. JEFF OGIBA: Who tagged all these? How big would you make that? DAN SANTORO: I’d do probably like– JEFF OGIBA: Just a little one? DAN

Traditional Japanese Tattooing with Chris O’Donnell

Traditional Japanese Tattooing with Chris O’Donnell

CHRIS O’DONNELL: I tell everybody I’m two years out. Like, I won’t take a new customer. It wasn’t really self-promotion. I’ve never been good at that. Like right now, I don’t even have business cards. I don’t know. I just tattooed a couple key people, tried to do a good job, and then it just

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Tattoo Age: Grime (Part 2/3)

Tattoo Age: Grime (Part 2/3)

-Do you still have your Grime ring? GRIME: Yeah, man. What do you think? That’s 10 years old now. I made that ring 10 years ago. There it is. -Yes. GRIME: You said this was going to take three hours, you guys here eating up my Sunday. -Yes. GRIME: Hurry the fuck up. -You’re more

Tattoo Age: Grime (Part 3/3)

Tattoo Age: Grime (Part 3/3)

GRIME: The idea that I would create something that’s going to elevate tattooing is pretty ridiculous. Because people are going to do what they’re going to do. So I might be able to do a good tattoo now and then and somebody’s going to get it. But there’s still going to be a thousand other

Tattoo Age: Grime (Part 1/3)

Tattoo Age: Grime (Part 1/3)

GRIME: Quality. Put it on large. -What was it on before? GRIME: I put it on small, man. Because I was taking photos of shit that didn’t matter. You got to pay attention to that stuff. All right, [INAUDIBLE]. -Ready? GRIME: Yeah, man. Let’s put some stencil on you. God, I really tweaked out on

MY TATTOO JOURNEY 2019 *realism sleeve*

MY TATTOO JOURNEY 2019 *realism sleeve*

oh god this guy again really alright y’all so welcome to my tattoo tour if you’re watching this video this probably means that you were interested in tattoos you have questions about them anything of that sort and so today I’m going to try to cover as much as I can about my tattoos and

Tattoo Age: Dan Santoro (Part 1/3)

Tattoo Age: Dan Santoro (Part 1/3)

[TATTOO GUN BUZZING] DAN SANTORO: I did a gecko and I started shading outside of it because I did the line work. And then I jumped onto the shader. And I had lime green. And let’s say this is the gecko. I wasn’t looking and I just went like this. And just the way I

The deeper meaning behind facetats | Is This Art?

The deeper meaning behind facetats | Is This Art?

Tattoos have been around for ages, yet slowly becoming more and more popular.. in western culture over the last decades. An interesting development in this.. is the sudden rise of facial tattoos in recent years. But what does these ​Japanese prints​ have to do with that? Welcome to​ ‘Is This Art?’ ​Where we take a