Stephen Giannos Always Wanted a Pin-Up

Stephen Giannos Always Wanted a Pin-Up

For his tattoos, Stephen Giannos combined his two favorite things: pin-ups and cooking. “I’ve always wanted a pin-up, and I wanted it work related, it’s just one piece of a whole theme.” “I did one 7 hour session for the pinup, straight...
Edie Alt Wraps It Up in a Bow

Edie Alt Wraps It Up in a Bow

“I got this tattoo at a time when I was considering dropping out of culinary school. I knew I couldn’t do that, but I wanted to. I decided to get a tattoo – a reminder of what I’m working for – not just the math, science, and foreign...
Justin Snyder: 60 Hours and Still Inking

Justin Snyder: 60 Hours and Still Inking

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] “The best part of getting the tattoo is the adrenaline rush you get. It is a good escape from reality. Working so many hours in the industry it is always nice to get away for a couple of hours. Currently I work 70+ hours a...
Jordan Harris Keeps His Tattoos Simple

Jordan Harris Keeps His Tattoos Simple

Jordan Harris is the Chef de Cuisine of Yunnan Kitchen in NYC. He likes his tats simple and to the point. On his right arm is a variation on I-Ching. On his left is the fleur-de-lis of Louisville, Kentucky  where he’s...

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