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UPCOMING EVENTS

Snow And Ink

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Snow in the city and at almost 70 degree weather and on Halloween weekend. Get the hell out of here!













Meanwhile at the SFO Hyatt Regency, a collective of the absolute best tattoo artist converge to show off and display their talents to fans alike.


Don Ed Hardy. Yes, the same guy with that clothing line.




Mike Rubendall from Kings Avenue in NYC.




Tomo from Yellow Blaze in Japan.



My favorite tattoo artists of all time. Shige from Yellow Blaze.


Spoke to this gentlemen for the half second that he had. Said he waited 3 years to get tattooed by Shige and won’t be finished till sometime next year.



Kim Saigh from Memoir tattoo and Kat Von D’s LA Ink show.


And the legend of San Francisco. Grime from Skull & Swords. He literally had a crowd just watching him tattoo for hours. The best part about it was the overly loud sounds of GZA’s Liquid Swords in its entirety. It made me that much happier that I was tattooed there.

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