Change your pants, eat your lunch and shut the fuck up.
Matt finished this sleeve on Wed at Kings Avenue-N.Y.C.
Don't forget to check out Freddy Corbin's Part 3
. In what may be the most personal of all the Tattoo Age
episodes, Freddy talks about his family, the birth of his son, and what it took to get him off drugs.
Thanks to David Cavalcante
for the fantastic gift, we really appreciate it. If anyone is in the Washington DC area look him up at Tattoo Paradise. Good man and great artist.
Just finished by Sarah today. Congrats on your first tattoo Adam.
Kevin found the time in between singing the lyrics to every single song that plays to finish this sleeve. Way to multitask LeBlanc.
Freddy Corbin has a long history in tattooing. Having worked with people like Dan Higgs and Ed Hardy when he was younger, Freddy has done some important work throughout his career. This episode has great archival footage from some early '90s tattoo documentaries, courtesy of Michael O. Stearns. Please keep checking out these incredible features by Vice's Tattoo Age collection
Do I even need to explain. Even the little kid thinks this is douche-baggery.
A nice little walk-in to end a Saturday night by Sarah.
One of Grez's recently finished pieces, at Kings Ave N.Y.C.
Sarah did this wolf and geometric back-piece on Saturday. This beauty was worth coming out in the snow to get
for Michael, one of Sarah's long time clients.
In the first installment of the Freddy Corbin series, we get familiar with Freddy's tattoos and see his two Oakland tattoo parlors, Temple and Tattoo 13. Freddy's style is explained by his right hand man and fellow tattooer, Jason Mcafee. We also get a chance to speak with another Oakland legend, pro skater and chopper guy, Max Schaaf, about understanding Mr. Corbin's coolness.
Tricks be lining up for this treat.