Finally it’s live!

Starting as the Third Dimension Podcast, I stacked up a few of these video interviews. Brian Murphy's plan was to release them around every two weeks, but he grew busy, they took months to reach youtube, and Tattoo Media...

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Skin Art 173!

I did an interview with the very talented Vincent Castiglia in this issue. Hie artwork has been in the Giger museum, on album covers for Slayer, and Triptycon, and purchased by a wide variety of musicians. One of my...

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Awesome new stand up Banner

By the talented Al Liptak. He designed my previous free-standing convention banner, but with a new novel out, I decided to update.

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The Joker

I'm going to go out on a limb here with an unpopular opinion. I didn't think The Joker was that good.As a movie about mental illness? Sure, it works. I mean, it's no "One Flew Over the Cuckoo"s...

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I’ll be attending

the 25th annual Motor City Tattoo Expo February 28-March 1st

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I’ll be attending Hell City in Ohio

Again this year for the 10th time! This time I'll have my business partner Paul Tochluk as well as my friend Ron Russo working the booth with me. It all kicks off April 24th-26th

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The initial illustration

I drew for my first book, The Black Seas of Infinity.The image on the left was the initial version and illustrates one of the early scenes in the work.When the book was re-issued by Permuted Press, this was one...

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The first design I ever illustrated

for a line of tattoo t-shirts. Unfortunately, I was unaware this was similar to an Avenged Sevenfold design, but of course way too many people mentioned it.

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Interviewed the talented Vincent Castiglia today

for Skin Art Magazine. He paints in his own blood, has had shows at HR Giger's home in Zurich, Switzerland, Slayer used his art for their farewell tour, him and Giger collaborated on album art for Triptykon, he...

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Great Interview with me

At the Rogue Gallery!

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