Halloween has provided me with a great excuse to feature some of Uncle Allan’s recent vibrant black and red marvels. It would have been easy to choose between the many visually intricate horned women that he has done over the years. But there is something about these more traditional and equally striking tattoos which makes me want to get covered in enough evil imagery to ensure I burn in hell for all eternity.
He prepared some awesome flash for Halloween tattoos a couple of days ago so keep an eye on his blog for pictures.
Tattoos by Uncle Allan at Conspiracy Inc Tattoo, Copenhagen.
This magnificent homage to probably the most famous incarnation of Dracula ever was crafted by Mr Nigel Kurt of Funhouse Tattoos.
I hope this classic from two of the most creatively dark gentlemen, Marilyn Manson and Tim Burton gets you in the mood for a night of tricks, treats and devil/confectionary worship.
This display of awesomeness was made by the great Davee Blows, from Krakow in Poland.
I love seeing Halloween tattoos that are a little different from the usual gruesome stuff. Gory tattoos are cool too, but Davee’s new school twist on it is really something special.
When trying to find some cool Halloween tattoos to post, I couldn’t decide which one of these Paul Naylor pieces was best. So here are all of them! All by Paul Naylor of Powerhouse Tattoo in Northwich, Cheshire.
With Halloween coming up, we’ll be posting a few appropriately themed tattoos to get you all in the spirit. Here’s a 3 eyed zombie pope, courtesy of Annie Frenzel from Lowbrow Tattoo Parlour in Berlin.
This is my first time using the wordpress app to write a post, so bear with me if this doesn’t work!
I didn’t really feel that my ‘stache had changed much in the last 2 weeks, but looking at the last update, it’s actually grown a fair bit. I’ve managed to shape it a little more to keep it looking neat, and the “handlebars” are longer and more pronounced.
It just needs a while longer for all the hairs to grow to the same length so I can even it out, other than that I’m rather pleased with how it’s turned out.
If anyone reading this thinks my face is looking snazzy, you too could rock this look! Remember, next month is Movember, so time to put away the razors chaps!
Japanese MMA legend, Genki Sudo, has always been one of my favourite fighters due to his elaborate entrances, playful antics, awkward fighting style and his humble and respectful outlook on life.
Unfortunately he retired from fighting what feels like millions of years ago, but he continues to entertain through the music and great dance sequences of his group World Order.
Here is their newest video (I suggest you also check out their others). The sequence at the 3:12 mark almost destroyed my brain…
KidKimura and I will be going on the Sunday with our dear friend Nickerless. HOTEL IS BOOKED, which means it is official! Hopefully one or all of us can find artists to do some work on us on the day. After party wooo!
The site doesn’t have details on the artists for next January’s event, but as soon as it does I will throw some links about. In the meantime, check out the beasty poster!
The trailer for the next Tattoo Age has arrived, this time the show focusses on Freddy Corbin, who is, quite frankly, a living legend. Best known for his black and grey, religious themed tattooing, Freddy Corbin is one of those old school artists that bridges the gap between the old “rough and ready” days of tattooing, and the modern tattoo world. From working alongside Ed Hardy to his work on the Sons of Anarchy TV show, he’s been there and done it all. I can’t wait to see what the first episode has in store.