Full Body Tattoo Japanese

Japanese transformed those tattoos into very decorative art putting objects and heroes form the traditional tales. They were designed in a way that nobody could see that because feet, palms, head and center of the chest were unmarked.
Now , in the modern times horimono is still considered as reserved for mobsters, though there are people who are willing to civilize Japanese full body tattoos and organizing meetings for those who would like to share this body art wih others and… sing karaoke.

Tribulation Tattoo

Born and raised in Israel, Liorcifer has been constantly drawing since a young age. He found his love for body arts at the age of 15. A year later, he got his first professional apprenticeship, and was tattooing by early 1995. After tattooing for 3 years in Israel, followed by 2 years tattooing in South Beach, FL., and a year in Queens NY, he received an opportunity for his second apprenticeship. This time, under his long time mentor Paul Booth. Liorcifer then went on and spent 6 and a half years at Last Rites. In 2007 he teamed up with his long time working partners Dan and Tim, and formed Tribulation Tattoo studio in NYC. When he is not tattooing at the studio, he is attending many convention in the US, and abroad, as well as doing guest spots at his friends studios around the world. Drawn to the darker nature of being, Liorcifer’s style is dark and morbid. He specializes in black and Grey Horror/macabre realistic art. In his free time, he also creates fine art works mainly in Charcoal, Pastel, Oil, and Acrylic.

Dan Marshall began tattoing in Connecticut at Papillon Tattoo 13 years ago. Since then he has worked at several prestigious studios across the country including Shahn Andersons Electric Dragonland in Minnesota and Paul Booth's Last Rites in NYC. Dan also travels the world regularly doing guest spots and working conventions including London, Milan, Tokyo and Paris. After leaving Last Rites, Dan formed Tribulation Tattoo with Liorcifer and Tim. Dan spends all his time drawing/painting when he is not tattooing and is always working to progress his art.

Tim Kern is a rotten carny . A seventh-generation twin, he was born in a state of Misery, half-cooked and with a lazy eye. Over the years he has developed a passion for human oddities, prestidigitation, and serial killers. Tim has been a tattoo artist since 1995, and works at Tribulation Tattoo in NYC. If seen, do not approach...

Spider tattoo Pictures

Tim Kern
Tribulation Tattoo
New York , NY US

Gang Tattoos Passe – Extreme Makeovers

Since anti-gang laws were enforced in Honduras and El Salvador and series of killings in Guatemala were committed by citizen vigilante groups and security forces, gangs are ditching tattoos to duck the radar and have resorted to more subtle, low profile ways of identifying themselves as members of criminal organizations, and performing extreme makeovers. Today, gang members with tattooed faces are either dead, in prison or in hiding.

Gucci Mane Tattoo

Beleaguered rapper Gucci Mane has finally emerged from Atlanta’s Anchor Hospital after a judge ordered him to undergo psychiatric tests. Upon his release, he showed off how sane he is… by getting a enormous tattoo of an ice cream cone on his right cheek!
We’re excited about this new development (hey, three scoops!). But what does it all mean? Well Gucci loves ice (of the sparkling, wearable variety), and he’s been playing with chilly imagery for years. His debut single was called “Icy”; he wore a diamond-encrusted, ice-cream-shaped necklace to the MTV Video Music Awards this year; he released a mixtape series called Cold War; and he’s constantly ejaculating “Brrr” (as in “Brrr, it’s cold,” not “Aaron Brrr was kind of an overrated vice president”). And his lyrics are cold enough to make the Antarctic research team in The Thing go running for the cocoa—on “Gucci Time,” he deemed himself “colder than a polar bear sleeping in the freezer.”
So that explains the ice cream paint job and the adorable little “Brrr” caption. But why the lightning bolts? Maybe he’s super excited about the launch of Popdust and he tried to jack our logo? Either way, there will be a great injustice if he doesn’t get his own Ben & Jerry’s flavor out of this (we recommend “Trappacino”).

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