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Celebrity tattooist Bang Bang heading to Soho – The Real Deal Magazine09.07.17

Celebrity tattooist Bang Bang heading to Soho

Keith McCurdy signs retail lease on Grand Street

Keith Bang Bang McCurdy and 62 Grand Street in Soho

Hes put ink on the thighs, backs and asses of some of the countrys biggest celebrities. But now, tattoo-artist-to-the-starsKeith Bang Bang McCurdy just inked a very different kind of deal.

Bang Bang will open a new shop at 62 Grand Street after signing a 10-year lease at the Soho storefront between Wooster Street and West Broadway, according to the brokers who negotiated the deal. The space spans 4,440 square feet across the ground floor and lower level. Asking rent in the deal was $200 per square foot for the ground level.

This will be the second location for the artist, whom Vogue dubbed the most famous tattoo artist in the world, or, better yet, tattoo artist to the most famous in the world. His clients include Rihanna, LeBron James, Katy Perry, Miley Cyrus and Justin Bieber.

Bang Bangs broker, Eastern Consolidateds Greg Goldberg, said he first found out the entrepreneur was looking for a new location when he saw fellow tattoo artist JonBoy post a notice on Snapchat.

Eastern Consolidateds Greg Goldberg and James Famularo

Social media is playing a greater role in the real estate market today, Goldberg said.

Goldebergs colleague James Famularo represented the building owner, Slavik Gofman.

Soho has been hit hard by the citys struggling retail market. The availability rate jumped to 23.1 percent in the second quarter of the year, while asking rents have fallen 12 percent from the end of 2015 to an average of $478 per square foot, according to Cushman & Wakefield.

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William Doolittle Tattooist – Artist – Traveler09.06.17

I am a tattooist, an artist, and a travel enthusiast. I have been tattooing since 2008, and currently work at Unbreakable Tattooin Southern California. I have lived in the Los Angeles area my entire life and will always consider it home. When I am not tattooing you can usually find me spending time outdoors, working on a slew of rad projects, and drawing for my next appointment.

As a tattooist, my goal is to constantly improve my style and skill. I also strive to do my very best at creating a totally custom finished product that caters exactly to my clients vision. My work draws influence from many areas including sacred geometry, modern illustration, pointillism, typography, and traditional Americana.

I am always game for new projects no matter how big or small, and thoroughly enjoy a challenge. I would love to meet up and chat with you at the shop about any potential ideas you may have. Thank you for checking out my site and possibly considering me for your next tattoo.

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The Triple Threat of Belgium’s Best Tattooist: Music, Art and Ink – OZY09.06.17

Muzah Van Tricht, 35 years old and born in Brussels, speaks English about as well as I speak Flemish, or French. Which is to say he can make do. And standing in front of one of his three shops this one called Singulier and sitting dead center on the narrowing Rue Haute in Brussels he does, after tossing his cig in a way that shows he doesnt have to. He waves us inside.

All-white walls, po-mo sculptures sprouting out of the floor between classic antique motorcycles and music. Not just any music, but music from the hardcore heyday. Bad Brains. Minor Threat. Negative Approach. All ripping from the speakers as tattoo artists heavy on the art bend over black leather tables and the people on those tables.

It might be true that if youve been in one tattoo parlor youve been in them all. But how Van Tricht thinks about what he does makes his much less of one that youve seen before, and much more the one that you absolutely need to see. I make the shops a mirror of me, he says. And tattooing since 2005, this reluctant former butcher and son of two secretaries wants his shops to triple as art galleries, music venues and tattoo parlors.

Van Tricht pursues a muse thats equal parts punk chaos and a sort of clean formalism.

My shop in Fribourg [Switzerland], Jolis Voyous, is making books and has a record label, Van Tricht says. And does piercing and runs electronic-noise music workshops for kids. It tries to catch lightning in a bottle from the creation of communities that Van Tricht came from and still feels heavily indebted to communities where people actually push away from the laptops, video games and television, and leave the house. If I didnt have tattoo in my life, Id have music, says Van Tricht. If I dont have music and I dont have tattoo, I dont know. Maybe stay a junkie.

Muzah put his blood into his work, says the tattooist hes most clearly connected to, stylistically speaking: French polymath Jean-Luc Navette. Its not just a tattoo for him. A fact made more than clear when you see the flash, shadowboxed and mounted on the walls. Dark engravings that hark back more than 100 years in both iconography and imagery. Though formally trained, Van Tricht pursues a muse thats equal parts punk chaos and a sort of clean formalism. Dispensed with the colorful cartoonery of some of his contemporaries, Van Trichts work is stark, like his shops.

Im not a big fan so much myself of the heavy black stuff, says music-porn critic Judge Roy Bean. I think color makes stuff hyper-real, and I like my tattoos hyper-real. But then again I dream in black-and-white.

A connection made by Van Tricht himself. The drawings he studies are products of dreams, and these dreams end up populating what people are having him tattoo. Theyre all different emotions, and all have different personalities in my head, the shops and your skin.

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Tattoo fixer Jay Hutton stars in new TV advert – Daily Post North Wales09.06.17

A celebrity tattooist from North Wales has appeared in one of eBays latest adverts.

Jay Hutton, who is part of a team of Tattoo Fixers from the E4 programme of the same name, has quickly shot to stardom since appearing on the show.

His latest role in the advert for eBay shows the 26-year-old from Abergele searching the internet shopping site for an airbrush toolkit which he uses to decorate a birthday cake hes made for his dog.

He posted a clip on his Facebook page and wrote: Giving up my day job to become a professional baker…

As well as Tattoo Fixers, Jay has co-hosted the series, Tattoo Artist of the Year.

The former Ysgol Emrys ap Iwan pupil learned his craft at New Skin in Belgrano and now runs Adrenaline Tattoo Studio in Ellesmere Port.

The Daily Post has followed Jays success since his work earned him plaudits from celebrities including boxing champions Mike Tyson and Floyd Mayweather.

Now, hes mingling with the stars and has even trained with Joe Wickes, the Body Coach.

Jay even hinted at a collaboration between the pair after tweeting: Awesome day filming with this guy today @thebodycoach absolute gentleman who put me through it today in the gym.

Keep an eye out for this on Channel 4 online coming soon.

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Addictive Ink | Tattoo Studio Burnley | Tattoo Artist …09.04.17

Call for an Appointment 01282 779292 – We can help you choose the best design.

BEST TATTOOIST IN BURNLEY, NELSON, COLNE AND PADIHAM

WE ARE PROFESSIONALS IN BODY PIERCING AND BODY MODIFICATIONS

THE BEST TATTOO STUDIO IN BURNLEY, NELSON PADIHAM AND COLNE

CALL US TODAY AND MAKE AN APPOINTMENT (NO OBLIGATION)

Addictive Ink is run by a long established Tattoo Artist in Burnley with years of experience. Our Tattoo Studio is based in Padiham and is part of Ollys Studio on Shakespeare Street. The Tattoo Studio is well equipped with the latest instruments to create the most detailed artwork.Many of our clients come to our Burnley Tattooist to have Tattoo Reworking done or have a Tattoo Cover Up due to changes in circumstance. This can save you a fortune on expensive Tattoo removal procedure.Another speciality of Addictive Ink is Body Mods (BodyModifications) or as some people generalise it Body Piercing.

Our Burnley Tattooist are time served professional Tattoo Artist with years of experience designing and creating individual artwork for your body. You bring the idea and our Tattooist will give you something you will be proud to display.

Everyone does something that they regret at some point. Why spend hundreds on tattoo removals when it could be more simpler for our Tattoo artist to rework the Tattoo or do a tattoo cover-up .

Body Modifications have increased in popularity and new ways of body piercing have become all the rage. Find out more about the latest techniques.

Come and see us at Addictive Ink by arranging an appointment online via our contact page or simply giving us a call on 01282 779292.There is no obligation and talking is free

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Tattooist returns to roots to set up new Sudbury business – Suffolk Free Press08.31.17

Published: 10:07 Thursday 31 August 2017

A Sudbury man who returned to his roots to set up a new tattoo parlour has high hopes for the business, following an award win at a regional arts festival.

Darren Ditton, who is originally from Glemsford and a former Sudbury student, set up Love and Light Tattoo above the Shear Genius salon in Friars Street, having returned to the area where he grew up after spending years away while he learned his trade.

He said business has been busy since he began three months ago, and has now been boosted by claiming an award at the annual Norwich Body Art Festival and being featured in UK tattoo magazine Skin Deep.

Its been really busy, Mr Ditton said. Luckily, I have been working in Bury for years so I have built a steady list of clients.

Its a one-man operation right now. What Im hoping to do in the long term is get someone else in to help grow the business. I would like to have my own premises at some stage.

This is like my home town. When you grow up somewhere, you sometimes have a backlash against it, but its your home. You just cant avoid coming back.

To learn more about the business, go online and visit http://www.facebook.com/loveandlightsudbury

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South Derbyshire tattooist who inked Ed Sheeran to feature in … – Burton Mail08.30.17

A South Derbyshire tattoo artist who has inked many famous people is set to feature in a TV show marking 100 days since the Manchester terrorist attack.

Kevin Paul, who has tattooed stars such as singer Ed Sheeran, will feature in Manchester: 100 Days After The Attack which looks back at the terrorist attack at the Ariana Grande concert on May 22. The devastating attack saw a suicide bomber detonate a device in the foyer at the concert, killing 23 people and injuring 250 including children.

The show will be shown on ITV tonight, Tuesday, August 29, at 9pm, narrated by actor Christopher Eccleston, who played the ninth Doctor Who.

Kevin, who grew up in Newhall and now lives in Melbourne, became the first artist to tattoo inside a hospital by inking a victim of the Manchester bomb attack as part of the programme.

He was asked to tattoo the iconic Manchester Bee onto the back of Martin Hibbert, who was left paralysed after the attack when he attended the concert with his daughter at the Manchester Arena.

The artist was contacted by Mr Hibbert who was just 10 metres from suicide bomber Salman Abedi when he detonated the device.

He has shared poignant pictures of his work with Martin, who “died three times on the surgeon’s table” following the attack. The football agent suffered 22 shrapnel wounds, one which went through his spinal cord leaving him confined to a wheelchair.

The Manchester bee, which represents the worker bee, and is one of the best known symbols of the city. After the bombing the bee was used a symbol of strength.

The tattooist was filmed giving Martin the special tribute during the hour-long ITV special programme which follows the journey of some of the victims who survived the sickening attack.

Mr Paul is famed for his inkings on stars such as Sheeran and One Direction’s Harry Styles, as well as Burton’s very own Hollywood actor Paddy Considine.

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Who is Alice Perrin? Tattooist and Tattoo Fixers on Holiday star all you need to know – The Sun08.30.17

IF you need to get rid of an embarrassing or unwanted tattoo, Alice Perrin is the woman for the job.

The Tattoo Fixers star has been helping people fix their unfortunate inkings since 2015 – we’ve got the lowdown on her…

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Alice replacedLou Hopper in season 2 of Tattoo Fixers and also appeared in the On Holiday spin-off show.

Thereality TV star grew up in Hereford and still lives at home with her mum, dad, little brother and bunnies Ethel and Martha.

Alice wanted to be a tattoo artist from a young age and shebegan her tattooing apprenticeship alongside a course in fine art at Hereford College of Art.

The dedicated youngster was also working part-time as a carer for the elderly, to earn some money on the side.

Alice told Channel 4 bosses she was so busy that she ‘was averaging three hours sleep for months. So much that my eyelashes fell out.’

Having completed her apprentice, Alice became a full-time tattoo artist atDermagaphica in Hereford.

She still works there to this day, with two other blokes who she counts as good friends.

Having had three cover-up jobs herself, Alice understands the importance of erasing embarrassing inkings for her customers.

She specialises in bold, bright Neo Traditional designs – and praises herself in creating art ‘that people’s mums would like’.

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Back in September 2016, Alice accidentallylet her customer walk out of the Tattoo Fixers on Holiday studio needing a cover-up job of his own.

Alice inked an enormous clock on the poor bloke’s arm, but a Roman numeral mix-up meant he ended up with the number 11 twice, and no nine.

To draw further attention to the error, one of the hands on Alice’s clock was pointing to the second XI – which was where the numeral for nine, IX, should have been. Whoops!

In the current series, Alice was left gasping in horror by Sammie the holiday rep who revealed a saucy tattoo on her vagina of the letters TOLO.

Alice and receptionistPaisley Billingswere gobsmacked when she told them it stood for T*** out, legs open.

Alice managed to get over her horror and cover it up with a lovely flower design.

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WHAT A TEASE! Jemma Lucy performs a saucy striptease as she goes naked in shoot before the tattoos and lip fillers

Alesha’s agony over death smash Alesha Dixon is distraught after her brother is seriously hurt in car crash which killed his best mate

BOTTOMS UP Katie Price wears skin-tight getup as she heads back to work while ex Alex Reid wades into Kieran row and tells her to take a lie detector test

The ex-factor Cheryl confirms she’ll never return to The X Factor after shutting down 1.9m firm that handled her wages

out of hiding Kieran Hayler looks glum on supermarket trip with the kids as he’s seen for the first time since split from Katie Price

Stark reality? Game Of Thrones fans are convinced Bran Stark is the Night King… and does this moment prove it?

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Randwick tattooist Lucky Charlie wins another first prize award at … – Stroud News and Journal08.23.17

A POPULAR Randwick tattoo artist has returned from Germany after receiving another first prize award.

‘Lucky Charlie’ Mills spent a weekend in Mnster at the Starfire Tattoo Weekend, winning first place in the Best of Traditional category on Sunday, August 6 with his colourful rose design.

Earlier this year, Charlie also won second prize in a competition with another rose design, spending hours perfecting his inking skills.

The tattoo took around three and a half hours to complete, and saw Charlie walk away with another trophy to add to his collection.

Im absolutely over the moon, he told the SNJ.

On Saturday, September 2, it will be two years since Charlie opened up his studio Lucky Charlies Tattoo Studio at his home in Randwick.

The decision followed a near-fatal motorbike accident that saw the talented artist lose his left arm.

Fortunately, this has not stopped him following his dreams, and two years on his business is going from strength to strength.

His competition work has given him the opportunity to show off his style with people now coming to him asking him to do something more artistic opposed to traditional tattoos.

Showing another sign of his determination, Charlie also decided to take a slightly longer route to his recent competition, driving the 1,000 mile trip to Mnster alone.

With more competitions coming up, Charlie has set his sights on going to the top.

Im going to keep going to conventions around the UK and Europe and learning from other artists to keep improving, he said.

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Randwick tattooist Lucky Charlie wins another first prize award at competition in Germany – Stroud News and Journal08.21.17

A POPULAR Randwick tattoo artist has returned from Germany after receiving another first prize award.

‘Lucky Charlie’ Mills spent a weekend in Mnster at the Starfire Tattoo Weekend, winning first place in the Best of Traditional category on Sunday, August 6 with his colourful rose design.

Earlier this year, Charlie also won second prize in a competition with another rose design, spending hours perfecting his inking skills.

The tattoo took around three and a half hours to complete, and saw Charlie walk away with another trophy to add to his collection.

Im absolutely over the moon, he told the SNJ.

On Saturday, September 2, it will be two years since Charlie opened up his studio Lucky Charlies Tattoo Studio at his home in Randwick.

The decision followed a near-fatal motorbike accident that saw the talented artist lose his left arm.

Fortunately, this has not stopped him following his dreams, and two years on his business is going from strength to strength.

His competition work has given him the opportunity to show off his style with people now coming to him asking him to do something more artistic opposed to traditional tattoos.

Showing another sign of his determination, Charlie also decided to take a slightly longer route to his recent competition, driving the 1,000 mile trip to Mnster alone.

With more competitions coming up, Charlie has set his sights on going to the top.

Im going to keep going to conventions around the UK and Europe and learning from other artists to keep improving, he said.

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