Tattoo artists will be quick to tell you that things aren't the way they used to be. We sit down with a different tattooer on each episode to discuss how technology, social media and the internet in general have totally changed the way we approach the job.
038: Remember Tattoo Magazines?
What happened to tattoo magazines? Tat-journalist, James Musker (@toadhell___), joins Andrew this week to talk about his experiences writing for various online and print publications, being there for the end of Skin Deep magazine, and what the future may look like for those who write words about pictures on skin.
037: Performance Art
Is tattooing a performance art? What if the performance is more highly regarded than the tattoo itself? Bill Rocha (@billychop) sits in for this episode to discuss one of the most unique tattooers on Instagram: @rixardtattoo
NYC Tattoo Artist Tests Positive For Coronavirus
Meet Jio, a tattooer from New York City who has been dealing first-hand with the coronavirus.
036: Who Owns Your Tattoo?
Steve Byrne joins the show again to talk about the legal battle between Sailor Jerry’s widow and a big liquor company, art ownership, intellectual property, and why he wants bootleggers to eat their copies of his work.
035: Let's Talk About Relationships
Work/life balance for tattooers is a never ending challenge. Since it was just Valentine's Day, let's talk about relationships with the most special of guests...my wife, Rachel. We also hear from Greg Christian and Cindy Stroemple about what it's like when two tattooers tie the knot.
034: Scientific Tattooing
Hannah Wolf drops some knowledge about tattoo ink and Billy White tells us why he will always cover racist tattoos for free.
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Great tattoo history for enthusiasts!
Firstly, thank you so much to the creator of this podcast for putting together a collection of contemporary and historical tattoo information.
If anyone would like to hear some great stories of the history of an American tattoo icon, listen to the tapes of Lyle Tuttle. It’s amazing to hear him posthumously, spectacular that the interview was recorded.
Rest In Peace Lyle.