Piercings and Tattoos

Apr
14

A word with Polish Tattooist, Anabi

Posted by Disha Singh on April 14, 2009

Sorry Friends, for not posting anything for you in last month, guys what to say the life got so busy that I din get time to be online to write something for you. The fact was that I had been on a trekking trip to the hills of Kullu-Manali, India, and there was no cyber café over there to post something for you. Anyways, please forgive me and read further an interview with Anabi of ‘Anabi-Tattoo’, Szczecin, Poland. Eloping from home to become a tattooist is something interesting and this interesting story is about Anabi, who ran from home at the age of eighteen and today he is a master of tattoos. Know his work and him better in this interview. Disha Singh: Let's start with your first rendezvous with the art. When did it started and how? Anabi: Since I was a kid I used to like drawing :) I was reading a lot of books and comic books, drawing my favourites heroes and make my own histories :) Disha Singh: What's the inspiration behind your creative tattoo designs?

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Jul
02

A word with Iconic tattooist, Nick Baxter

Posted by Disha Singh on July 2, 2008

Nick Baxter one of the iconic figures of tattoo industry was interviewed by Piercingntattoos.com to reveal his mind and soul inside and outside the tattooing world. He’s not only a tattooist but an actor, a painter, photographer as well as a writer. He’s the most eligible bachelor in the tattooing industry, who’d not like if you won’t wish him on his birthday i.e. on 5th September ;-) Born at New Haven, Connecticut, now plans to move from Transcend Tattoo, CT, to Austin, Texas, with his friend and fellow artist Jeff Ensminger, Dallas. This winner of many tattoo convention awards: best sleeve, tattoo of day, etc., will be now seen off and on in CT. Let’s hear more about him in his own words in this interview. Disha Singh: It’s been about eight years in the tattoo industry, how does it feel and how have things changed regarding your inking over the years? Nick Baxter: Being 8 years into it feels great, I feel like I have accomplished so much of what I originally set

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Feb
29

Meet Tattoo Industry’s Grandma at Art N Body

Posted by Disha Singh on February 29, 2008

The big grandmother of tattoo industry Shanghai Kate Hellenbrand has joined hands with Art N Body, Williamsville, NY. It is a one stop to ensure your choice of body art as well as clothings from various eminent brands like Ed Hardy, Sailor Jerry, Suicide Girls, Affliction and Black Market and more. Kate has been tattooing since 1971 in all styles whether custom or classic. She has worked with Sailor Jerry Collins of Hawaii, Don Ed Hardy, Jack Rudy, Bill Funk and many others. Very soon you'll see her personal clothing line hitting the store. Know more about her new apprentice, Art N Body, from the following interview. Disha Singh: Can you take me through the evolution of Art N Body? Shanghai Kate: Art N Body was conceived in the Buffalo region to give the public a new and better idea about tattooing. As tattooing becomes more mainstream, we felt there was a need to satisfy more mainstream clients who were not satisfied with the options they had in the past. Tattoo Shops

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