Inked Out: Sink The Ink

SINK THE INK TATTOO—Willow Grove, PA
On a recent trip though Pennsylvania—just north of Philly to be exact, I happened to drive by a great little tattoo shop in a small town called Willow Grove. The shop was called Sink the Ink and it seemed pretty busy for a local …

by   |  01/05/2011  |  Comments (1)

Inked Out: No Ka Oi Tiki Tattoo

PHILADELPHIA, PA—On a recent visit to the City of Brotherly Love, I came across a beautiful storefront that stood out compared to the other shops on South Fourth Street in Philadelphia. The place had Hawaiian décor that can lure anybody in out of mere curiosity. And it sure as hell …

by   |  12/01/2010  |  Comments (4)

Inked Out: Dark Child Tattoo

DARK CHILD TATTOO—Port Jefferson Station, NY

I was visiting some family in Long Island during Labor Day weekend when we happened to drive through Port Jefferson Station. This was when my eyes focused on a sign that read ‘Tattoo.’ Always willing to oblige my obsessions, my lady friend suggested that …

by   |  10/06/2010  |  Comments (3)

Interview With Artist Chet Zar: Inked Art

I was recently introduced to the dark and eerie world of artist Chet Zar at the Visionary Arts Tattoo Festival in Asbury Park. After interviewing the festival’s promoter, Naomi Fabricant, last month, I couldn’t wait to see Chet’s work in person and he didn’t let me down. Chet’s artwork is …

by   |  09/01/2010  |  Comments (1)

Inked Out: Addiction Ink

After a recent gig at The Continental in the East Village of New York City, my girlfriend and I decided to take a walk down to Saint Marks Place to find a tobacco pipe for….well, tobacco! What else? Anyway, we found a smoke shop that was also a tattoo and …

by   |  05/10/2010  |  Comments Off on Inked Out: Addiction Ink

Inked Out: Vince Neil Ink

So, last May when I was in Las Vegas, I featured a tattoo parlor called Pussykat Tattoo. This past May, I made my yearly jaunt back to the City of Sin and made a pit stop into Vince Neil Ink, which is located right on the Vegas strip across from …

by   |  06/15/2009  |  Comments (4)


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