The Joy of Pain-ting

The last commission during the lockdown before I returned to tattooing , this was a logo design for the latest project by Schnitzel Studios, a program that will feature various artists conducting tutorials.

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Impact

The book took me on a roller coaster ride that was really building up into something significant, right until the ending. It was like the feeling I had with Game of Thrones. A little bit of a smoother ride,...

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Azathoth

Lovecraft based t-shirt art I illustrated for my sponsor Black Hope Curse, featuring Azathoth emerging from a wormhole

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Carnival Row

Three episodes in, and really enjoying Carnival Row on Netflix. Just enough grit and realism to launch it beyond the fantasy realm, with great acting and detailed, almost steampunk-esque sets to boot.

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Big Man Tyrone

Big man Tyrone does a feature on my latest book "The End of the World" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hFh5BcZCJeA&feature=youtu.be

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Skin Art 174

The new issue of Skin Art is out now, with an article by your’s truly on the evolution of tattoos over the 20 years I’ve been an artist

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The Deep

Early 20th century diver exploring ancient underwater ruins while Cthulhu lurks in the background. Oil painting I just finished. Oil on board. . 18" by 14"

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The Evolution of Horror Tattoos

I did an article on the evolution of horror tattoos, check it out! https://tattmag.com/horror-tattoo/

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I interview Paul Tochluk

I interview my shop partner and good friend Paul Tochluk, amid all this lockdown Corona Virus madness. About his life and career as a tattoo artist, early attempt at animation, and how we progress as artists. https://youtu.be/0_t8tVn08zQ

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The Last Colony

Seriously underwhelmed by a book I had such high hopes for!This is essentially the Old Man's War version of the third Matrix movie. Namely, the first book was amazing, and a game changer. It had it's inspirations, in this...

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