Since the beginning of Electric Tattooing beautiful women have been a rightfully revisited subject matter. Many Tattooers would agree with me in saying that they are one of the most interesting and elegant images to put in to skin. Add the theme of Life and Death to the composition and the Tattoo just couldn't be better- as you can see here in Karlen's newest piece!
The Work of Mr. Andy
Thanks for visiting the Flying Tiger Tattoo Blog! This page will feature the art of shop owner Mr. Andy, as well as shop events, goings on, or what ever else seems important or awesome. Shop hours are Monday through Saturday 12-10pm and Sunday 12-5pm. Our address and phone number are listed in the banner above. Feel free to call or stop by!
Monday, May 28, 2012
Our good buddy and fellow Andy, Andrew Wesley Bennet, will be visiting the shop over the weekend of June 8th and 9th. Andrew is a gentleman and a scholar, and you can witness some fine examples of his extraordinary art at http://www.facebook.com/andrew.w.bennett1. Contact him there if you'd like to wear one of his works of tattoo wizardry!
Wednesday, May 16, 2012
Saturday, May 12, 2012
Flying Tiger Tattoo is proud to welcome Nate Hudak of 805 Tattoo in Santa Barbara, California as our next guest artist! He'll be in the shop on Friday, May 25th and Saturday, May 26th. Check his work out here https://www.facebook.com/NateHudakTattoo and contact him for an appointment while they last!
Saturday, May 5, 2012
Jason has finished the right rib panel of his Japanese body suit- a Tiger climbing down through molten rock and fire. Each time I work on this project, I feel humbled with gratitude for the opportunity- and for Jason's tolerance and persistence! This is what makes Tattooing great!
Tuesday, May 1, 2012
Andrew Blair and I just returned from the Electric City Tattoo Convention in Scranton, PA- and it was a real blast! Big thanks to Woody, Andrew, Jimison, Dominic, and everyone at Electric City Tattoo Gallery. This was the most fun I've had at a Convention to date, and there was work to be done by all! Here are a few of the designs some of the fine folks of Scranton were kind enough to ask for: