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Sailor Jerry unveils limited edition bottle design – The Spirits Business08.08.17

7th August, 2017 by Nicola Carruthers

William Grant & Sons has launched a limited edition bottle for its spiced rum SailorJerry in order to reinforce the brands premium credentials.

The new glossy black bottle features the iconic hula girl and the brands famous anchor

The new bottle has been created to showcase the brands heavy tattoo influence, personality, and to stand out in retail and bars.

The new design showcases a glossy black concealed wrap and features tributes to the tattoo designs of the late Norman SailorJerry Collins.

The bottle image features the iconic hula girl, reminiscent of Collins early tattooing days inking fellow soldiers and sailors at his tattoo parlour in World War II-era Hawaii.

It also features the brands famous anchor a traditional symbol of stability, which harks back to Collins professionalsailorroots.

The limited edition bottle is available in major supermarkets at an RRP of 20.29 while stocks last.

In June, The Spirits Business named Sailor Jerry as its Rum Brand Champion 2017, after the brandpassed the million case sales mark for the first time following continued success in the US.

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[Herald Interview] A tattoo that is painless, removable and safe – The Korea Herald08.06.17

For those who are not fans of permanent tattoos etched onto the skin, alternative options have long been limited to either body painting or slapping on a tacky tattoo sticker by rubbing it with water.

But now, a South Korean tech startup spun off from Samsungs in-house venture program Creative Lab has developed a new portable printer that lets users instantly custom-print temporary tattoos using cosmetics-grade ink.

The new gadget, named Prinker, allows users to design their own tattoos using a smartphone and to print the customized designs directly to their skin.

Prinker works like a regular inkjet printer, except the cartridges are filled with ink made of ingredients used in cosmetics such as mascara and lipstick. Obviously, the printing medium is the human skin, instead of paper.

The temporary tattoo can be easily removed using water and soap. Similar to waterproof makeup products that do not easily wear off, Prinkers tattoos can last for up to three days if left untouched, the company said.

Prinker is an entirely new device and solution that lets consumers create tattoos in an easy, safe and fun way, SketchOns co-founder and CEO Jimmy Lee said in an interview with The Korea Herald at the firms office in Suwon, Gyeonggi Province.

The idea behind Prinker was initially born from a project team founded in 2011 at Samsung Electronics, where SketchOns co-founders, including CEO Lee who was in charge of ink development at Samsungs printing business unit had worked.

Finding the right cosmetics-grade ink that can freely flow across the nozzle was also a challenge, which SketchOn managed to discover and develop for in-device installation, he said. Its something were continuing to work and improve on.

Currently, the Korean startup is selling its skin printer only to business clients in Korea as a rental service in which the firm provides the Prinker device, ink cartridges and a smartphone installed with the Prinker app.

Outdoor festival organizers, event planning companies, sports tournament organizers as well as amusement parks have expressed interest in Prinker, with many already having signed leasing contracts, Lee said.

As for when Prinker will become available to interested individuals, the Korean tech startup is planning to introduce a direct-to-customer version of the device in the near future, according to the CEO.

Looking onward, SketchOn is planning to start exporting Prinker to countries overseas to meet rising demand for the device worldwide, said the CEO. It will cost around $1,000 per device with an additional two-cartridge set priced at $130. One cartridge can print around 1,500 images, the firm said.

We plan to first tap markets in Central America, including Chile, Colombia, Brazil, Argentina and Mexico, and move on to Southeast Asia, Lee said, adding that warm climate countries with skin exposure throughout the year are key markets for Prinker.

SketchOns broader vision does not stop at merely printing out temporary tattoos for fun. The firm believes its device can have broader usages, such as replacing paper tickets or bracelets used to enter festivals, amusement parks or nightclubs with a QR code directly printed on the body.

The firm also has a long-term vision in health care. For instance, it is mulling plans to develop a special ink that changes colors depending on temperature in order to create a safe and fun thermometer tattoo for children.

Inks that can detect and signify the delivery of drugs into the body or detect drops in blood sugar levels are other potential development directions for Prinker, Lee said.

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Bella Hadid proves micro tattoos are still going strong – The Sun Daily08.06.17

WHEN Bella Hadid unveiled her latest tattoo earlier this week, the Internet immediately rushed to debate the meaning behind her new body art.

But whatever its significance, the supermodel’s delicate new ink proves that micro tattoos are here to stay.

Hadid opted for a minimalist, blink-and-you’ll-miss-it rose design, placed just above her left elbow. It was drawn by celebrity tattoo artist JonBoy of Bang Bang Tattoos, who has also inked the likes of Hailey Baldwin and Kendall Jenner, and who posted a close-up of the black-and-white design on Instagram.

Micro tattoos first started to gain traction as a quirky trend about two years ago, but as JonBoy’s Instagram account attests, the concept has reached mainstream levels.

They are particularly popular with the fashion world Cara Delevingne has a tiny diamond inked on her ear, Rosie Huntington Whiteley has a heart on her inner wrist, and Victoria’s Secret Angel Behati Prinsloo has a tiny dotted line along one finger.

Hadid herself has a growing collection the new rose follows a pair of miniature angel wings that JonBoy inked onto her ankles earlier this year.

We’ve seen fine-lined tattoos appearing everywhere from the ears to the feet, but according to UK tattoo artist Kevin Paul, who counts Ed Sheeran and Harry Styles amongst his clients, the most popular place for micro tattoos is the fingers and hands.

This could be down to the high number of stars such as Kendall Jenner and Hailey Baldwin, whose hands are adorned with multiple subtle designs.

However, as Kevin points out, tattoos on this area of the body can fade fast. “Most people are having them on the fingers or hands, which I have found to be two of the worst places to hold the ink,” he told Relaxnews.

So why are tiny tattoos so fashionable? Well, there is one obvious reason.

“Discreet miniature tattoos are easier to hide in the corporate setting,” says Wicky Nicky, an artist at the famous NYC parlor West 4 Tattoo, another favorite with celebrities.

And what holds true in the business world also applies to the fashion industry it makes sense that models whose careers depend on their image are opting for subtle tattoos that can be easily covered up if necessary.

Tiny tats also tie in with the millennial trend for minimalism, so it’s not surprising that Generation Y poster girls such as Jenner and Hadid are leading the trend. Either way, it looks like delicate inkings will be around for a while yet. AFP Relaxnews

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What’s In A Tattoo & Why Do They Matter To The Military? – Forces Network08.05.17

Military tattoos have a long and colourful history.

The idea of tattooing allegedly entered British popular culture because of the Navy, who discovered the art on their worldwide travels.

Captain Cook brought back drawings of Polynesian Islander’s inked skin, known in Samoan as tatau and believed it to ward off evil spirits.

In the 18th and early 19th centuries, tattooing was primarily associated with sailors, and its military associations remain strong to this day – the US Armys website states that around 90% of its members sport some sort of ink.

Although figures for the percentage of tattooed UK service members are unavailable, the British Armys lift on their ban on visible tattoos says a lot about their popularity.

Some of the most common military tattoo designs are the corps or regimental insignia, dagger designs, the traditional naval anchor, squadron crest tattoos, and military crosses.

We spoke to Plymouth based tattoo artist Neil Pengilley to find out what made military tattoos unique:

“The Army and Royal Marine commandos tend to get the dagger just after they pass out, as a sort of celebration.

“When they’ve been in for a few years they might get the globe and laurel. You get a lot of retired military who get things like clouds and angels, as a way of remembering friends who’ve passed on.

“They definitely inspire each-other. Obviously they’re trained to think as one, so if one of them gets a certain type of tattoo, a lot of them will follow.One guy recently came in and got a St Michael, and then a lot of the others followed and got the same. You can definitely tell a Royal Marine by his tattoos and the banter they come out with.”

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Makeup designs are the ‘reel deal’ – Wahpeton Daily News08.05.17

Taylor Schulte, born and raised in Wahpeton, had three hours on Saturday, July 22 to create an original and unique character through makeup. Not only that, but Schultes newly-created character had to believably fit into the Guardians of the Galaxy film series.

Schulte, 24, came in first place at the Battle of the Brushes Character/Prosthetic Competition, held during the International Make-Up Artist Trade Show in Sydney, Australia. A freelance makeup artist and licensed cosmetologist, she was one of eight finalists competing for $3,000 and a feature in Make-Up Artist Magazine.

I was working with four separate foam latex prosthetics, Schulte recalled. There was a set of ears, a nose and a forehead piece. I didnt know what prosthetics Id be using until that day.

A fan of Guardians of the Galaxy, Schulte created a rugged, crabby male character who would fit into the film series band of space criminals, the Ravagers. In addition to the prosthetics, she made her design stand out by placing a bald cap on model Rob Hinderstein, painting his face yellow, creating additional tattoo designs, applying hairpieces to the bald cap and his chin, having him wear contact lenses and adding props like a cigar.

Rob is also a makeup artist. I knew him before the competition. Being in all of that makeup is not an easy task, whether youre male or female. I may have had three hours to create my design, but he spent eight hours total in it, including the one-hour process to remove everything. He even ate lunch in it, Schulte said.

Each year, six International Make-Up Artist Trade Shows are held worldwide, in locations like Sydney, New York City and Schultes current home, Los Angeles. Since April, shes been a staff member in the lab at Fractured FX, which has created special makeup and specialty costumes for film and TV since 2010.

Im very fortunate, Schulte continued. I feel like Ive learned so much.

Schulte spent her childhood watching everything from horror films to the latest entries in the Lord of the Rings and Harry Potter series.

Id see those and think, I want to create that, she recalled.

Attending Wahpeton High School, Schulte kept busy with cheerleading, swimming and school productions. She remembers helping her co-stars with their makeup and hair. After graduating in 2010, she attended Josefs School of Hair Design in Fargo, studying cosmetology and skin esthetics.

Following graduation from Josefs, Schulte returned to Wahpeton as a hair stylist at The Bodyshop. After it closed in 2013, Schulte became a licensed cosmetology and skin esthetics instructor at Josefs school in Grand Forks, North Dakota. In 2015, Schulte decided to continue her education at Make-up Designer in New York City, graduating from their master make-up artistry program. In 2016, she moved to Los Angeles.

Its never too late, Schulte said. I went back to school at age 23 and have accomplished so much. I keep working hard and can only go up from here.

She attributes much of her success to the support of her parents, Tim and Jacquie, and sister Toree.

Ive had an amazing support system, whether its my parents or my home community. People need to know it doesnt matter where youre from, you can still make it, Schulte said.

Shes a bit of a perfectionist when it comes to her work. If your hairs nice, you think, Oh well. But the power of makeup is so strong. Some people may say that CGI (computer-generated imagery) is killing the makeup industry, but its not true. There always needs to be even the most practical makeup for the actors, she continued.

Moving to Los Angeles was for practical reasons, Schulte explained.

Even though movies and TV shows shoot all over the world, the special effects industry is larger in L.A. than New York, she added. Still, Im willing to travel wherever a film needs to go.

Currently, Schulte is working to become a member of the Make-up Artists Union, which would increase the amount of projects shes able to work on.

There are many ways to become a union artist, she said. You can be personally requested by a star, like Johnny Depp. A project, like a film or TV show may start out non-union, then become a union production. Or you can build up your union hours.

Schulte has 10 union hours so far, she said. Her work on student films and with Fractured FX dont count. What she needs is enough hours to equal 30 days of work, plus successful completion of showing off her skills before union representatives. In the meantime, shes studying her craft and paying close attention.

Being in this industry kinda ruins watching a movie or TV, Schulte said. We see something wrong and notice it. We see something amazing and we want to try it out ourselves.

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Bella Hadid proves micro tattoos are still going strong – CTV News08.05.17

When Bella Hadid unveiled her latest tattoo earlier this week, the internet immediately rushed to debate the meaning behind her new body art. But whatever its significance, the supermodel’s delicate new ink proves that micro tattoos are here to stay.

Hadid opted for a minimalist, blink-and-you’ll-miss-it rose design, placed just above her left elbow. It was drawn by celebrity tattoo artist JonBoy of Bang Bang Tattoos, who has also inked the likes of Hailey Baldwin and Kendall Jenner, and who posted a close-up of the black-and-white design on Instagram.

Micro tattoos first started to gain traction as a quirky trend about two years ago, but as JonBoy’s Instagram account attests, the concept has reached mainstream levels. They are particularly popular with the fashion world — Cara Delevingne has a tiny diamond inked on her ear, Rosie Huntington Whiteley has a heart on her inner wrist, and Victoria’s Secret Angel Behati Prinsloo has a tiny dotted line along one finger. Hadid herself has a growing collection — the new rose follows a pair of miniature angel wings that JonBoy inked onto her ankles earlier this year.

We’ve seen fine-lined tattoos appearing everywhere from the ears to the feet, but according to UK tattoo artist Kevin Paul, who counts Ed Sheeran and Harry Styles amongst his clients, the most popular place for micro tattoos is the fingers and hands. This could be down to the high number of stars such as Kendall Jenner and Hailey Baldwin, whose hands are adorned with multiple subtle designs.

However, as Kevin points out, tattoos on this area of the body can fade fast. “Most people are having them on the fingers or hands, which I have found to be two of the worst places to hold the ink,” he told Relaxnews.

So why are tiny tattoos so fashionable? Well, there is one obvious reason.

“Discreet miniature tattoos are easier to hide in the corporate setting,” says Wicky Nicky, an artist at the famous NYC parlor West 4 Tattoo, another favorite with celebrities.

And what holds true in the business world also applies to the fashion industry — it makes sense that models whose careers depend on their image are opting for subtle tattoos that can be easily covered up if necessary.

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From the body to the wall: An exhibition at last for Leeds’ tattoo designer – Yorkshire Evening Post08.03.17

A FORMER Leeds College of Art student whose intricate tattoo designs have gained her an Instagram following of more than 105,000 will open her first solo exhibition in London this weekend.

Custom tattoo designs by Olivia-Fayne Lamb, who is originally from Roundhay, are in such high demand from around the world she has a 24- week waiting list, and shes even had a collaboration with iconic footwear brand Dr Martens.

But the solo exhibition, at Hoxton Arches in London, is the first time her paintings and designs will have been displayed to the public.

Olivia-Fayne, 25, who has been working from a studio in the capital for the last two years, told the YEP she was inspired to put on the exhibition after seeing an artist friend exhibit at the venue.

It was pretty spontaneous, she said. I had never planned to put on an exhibition as its not something I thought Id be able to do. My following is all on social media and so my work hasnt really been seen in real life before.

It has taken nine months to get everything together and there has been a lot made especially for the exhibition.

On display will be a mishmash of custom designs that have gone down well on her social media pages, large scale paintings and even a 1952 Morris Minor car, which she has hand painted with her mandala designs.

She will also use the exhibition, which is entitled Permanent Reminder, to launch her first ever homewares collection, which includes incense holders and hipflasks.

Oliva-Fayne describes her style as taking inspiration from mandalas, Khmer and mehndi art. Mandalas are repetitive, geometric patterns that appear in many cultures, but particularly in Hinduism and Buddhism and represent the universe.

While she doesnt tattoo herself, Olivia-Fayne works with her clients to come up with unique custom tattoos, with the designs shared with the client on chat app Snapchat as they evolve to prevent the work being stolen or copied.

Once the design is complete, the client will download it and take it to their chosen tattoo artist.

When I put a design together I take from a lot of different influences, including mehndi, mandala and vintage floral designs, she said.

People have always said to me, Id love to see your work up on a wall – but Ive never had the confidence for an exhibition until now.

Now they can.

Preparing for the exhibition has been very busy, she says, with a lot of the final pieces evolving as they come together.

Olivia-Fayne joked: Im pretty clumsy and make mistakes – so each piece has come out completely different to how I initially planned it.

Her paintings, wall hangings and homewear will be on sale at the exhibition in London this Friday and Saturday, which will feature a performance by singer song-writer Newton Faulkner on Saturday night.

She will also be drawing live, adding to a Morris Minor care she has already painted designs on to.

To see more of Olvia-Faynes designs, check out her pages on Instagram or Facebook.

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Twisted Brit tourists are ‘getting sickening tattoos of Madeleine McCann’ inked on them during boozy benders in Magaluf – The Sun08.03.17

MADDIE TATT SHAME

The resort’s tattoo artists say there is a growing trend for drunks to get deeply-offensive inkings

SHAMELESSBrits have sunk to a new low in Magaluf by reportedly getting tattoos mocking the disappearance of Madeleine McCann.

Warped tourists have been asking the notorious resorts tattoo artists to ink their skins with scores of tasteless and offensive designs this summer.

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And some twisted drunks clearly seeMaddie, and her well-publicised disappearance from a holiday resort 10 years ago, as fair game.

Magalufhas numerous ink parlours which stay open until 6am so they can cash in on revellers out of their minds on drugs and booze.

They say in recent years there has been a growing trend for Brit drinkers to get the mosttasteless tattoospossible.

And now a sickening photo hasemerged of a man who appears to have a vile Madeleine tattoo on his leg.

The inking reads I stole Madeleine McCann above a heart.

The Daily Star spoke to workers in parlours along the strip and many say they are willing to create any tattoo asked for.

One parlour worker said: We get loads of crazy Brits in here asking for all sorts of tatts.

Well do whatever they want, even if its offensive. Some people might say its a bit sick but its not going on our bodies and its the persons decision.

Earlier this month, we revealed how authorities in Magaluf are trying to crack down on boozed-up revellers.

In a desperate bid to rid the resort of its Shagaluf image, Magalufs mayor Alfonso Rodriguez Badal says drunk Brits are not wanted.

He has called on bar owners in areas such as Magalufs notorious party strip, Punta Ballena, to stop offering booze at knockdown prices.

And he warned Brits that if they are looking for debauchery they would be best off not coming.

Magaluf cops were called out 1,672 times between May and June and increase from 400 last year as the number of anti-social behaviour incidents soared.

The most common complaint related to illegal street selling with 472 complaints lodged to officials.

There were also 46 cases of drug-taking, 40 of nudism and semi-nudism and 21 cases of boozing on the street.

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14 Celebrities With Unusual Tattoos In Weird & Awkward Places – Hollywood Life08.03.17

From Cheryl Coles floral arrangement on her booty to the ice cream cone on Gucci Manes face, some stars have tattoos in the weirdest places. See some of the hottest celebs with ink on unusual parts of their bodies.

Now, no judgment here: these are not bad tattoos. What someone gets permanently added to their body is their choice, and theres usually a huge significance behind every design. Cheryl Cole has her entire butt and lower backside covered in English roses as it they are her favorite flower. She revealed the reportedly 4,000 tattoo in 2013, according to Huffington Post, after spending the 15 hours to complete the design. Ive had it for seven-eight months but only just had it detailed. I can pretty much safely say Im now done! Indeed, after that, she joined the ever-growing club of celebs with butt tattoos.

After looking at Cheryls booty bouquet, its hard not to hear OutKasts Roses. Andre 3000has six silly tattoos, according to The Guardian, and he bitterly regret(s) each and every one. Hopefully Gucci Mane doesnt regret the ice cream cone he got on his face in 2011. The Tone It Down rapper took outrageous ink to the next level, getting the tasty treat tattooed to his cheek. Of course, when talking about facial tattoos, it would be a mistake to not include Mike Tyson, whose iconic ink is known across the world.

Lil Wayne certainlyhad no fear when he had Fear God tattooed on his eyelids. Ouch. That had to hurt. Thankfully, if he hates the design, hell never see it. Similarly, Chris Brown will need a mirror if he ever wants to look at the womans face he had inked on his neck. The design caused quite a controversy, as some said this battered woman design was based on his ex, Rihanna. The tattoo artist, Peter Koskela, said is a sugar skull (associated with the Mexican Dia de los Muertos) and a M.A.C cosmetics design, according to E! News.

Speaking of RiRi, shes covered in tattoos as well. One of her most striking pieces is the tattoo of an Egyptian goddess under her chest. The design is a tribute to her late grandmother, who passed away in 2012 due to cancer, according to Billboard. Love of a different sort was also behind Lena Dunham getting anotherbutt tattoo. She got the sign for The Odeon, her favorite restaurant in Tribeca, permanently added to her backside. Fair enough. Lenas not the only Girls star with ink in unusual places, as Zosia Mamet has the outline of a heart on the palm of her right hand. How quirky!

There are more celebs with interesting designs in unusual places, HollywoodLifers, so check out the gallery above. What do you think about these celebrities with tattoos in weird places? Did you get inspired to get some new ink of your own?

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This 12-year-old boy from Panama is a tattoo artist – Hindustan Times08.03.17

Its not usual to find a 12-year-old boy holding a tattoo gun and making tattoos for real. But in Panama City, Panama, you can meet Ezrah Dormon, who makes tattoos for real and has also become a local celebrity.

According to Fatherly.com, Dormon has so far completed roughly 20 tattoos and keeps practising the art by filling colour on already outlined designs.

He first tried his hands on a tattoo gun when his mother Wynter Rosen went to a local tattoo shop, Honolulu, to get a flower inked on her hand. Dormon filled a small part of the traditional flower tattoo with a red colour.

Looking at the boys passion for designing, painting, and drawing, the shop owner Ali Garcia agreed to give him apprenticeship after Dormon approached him. Since then, Dormon has been practising his skills to become a professional tattoo artist. He mostly works on designing flowers and sharks

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Garcia, the shop owner and a professional tattoo artist, has become his mentor and is helping him achieve his dream.

Studying traditional is not easy but it is fun. Learning traditional is about making tattoos last in the skin the longest. Bold and bright so even when your skin is all full of wrinkles it can be understood. I have been studying roses about a month now and I am happy with my progress. Need to paint more.. that is for sure, Dormon writes on Instagram, where he actively posts his tattoo designs and real practice.

And, he has a steady clientele as well who appreciate his artwork.

We have been very fortunate to have line ups of people volunteering to have tattoos by him. Every client he has tattooed has been really happy and amazed, Dormons mother told Fatherly.com.

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