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Tattoos. More and more Americans are getting inked according to a recent NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll. In 1999, approx 21% of the respondents said someone in their household had a tattoo, and today that number has risen to 40 percent. Military veterans and those currently serving in the armed forces have the most ink -- 36 % have a tattoo. I’m a fan of tattoos as well with 5 small ones in various private locations. But mostly I’m a huge fan of tattoo artists and fascinated by their artistry and ability to create amazing designs on the human canvas. Tattoo artist Chris Delaney established Almighty Ink in 2002 in Asbury Park as a private studio to focus on creating large format full body tattoos for discerning tattoo enthusiasts. If you want a tiny butterfly on your ankle, you’ll have to go elsewhere. Chris began tattooing at the age of 16 and purchased his first professional tattoo equipment in 1989 and began implementing his vision of custom tattoos. He is proficient in most tattoo styles but prefers to work in a bold and expressive fashion, as well as exploring the more obscure low-brow art genres. His influences vary widely, and he consequently enjoys a special clientele that allow him to freely express his creative ideas. Chris chooses his clients based on their unique tattoo desires and as to whether it fits his personal style. After the interview, please visit After Hours At Jersey Coastal Live.
Micheeal James Wallace has exceeded beyond his expected potential. 1 out or 4 boys, Mike grew up in a single parent, low income home household in Alief area of Houston, Tx. Always a natural artist, he was given the name 'Mike the Great", formhis art teacher because of his award winning talent.
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On today's show Rez and Andy welcome tattoo artist Buck Holland from Bird's Eye Tattoo to talk about what it takes to become a great tattoo artist, what are the most sensitive spots on the body, his most unusual requests, and the process and latest technology for removing them.
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NELLY THE ARTIST "… It was all dream…As a young kid, Nelly, The Artist knew that one day, she would be covered in tattoos. They have always appealed to her; not just the art, but the concept of existing within the art. Nelly didn’t realize that her high school past time of drawing on classmates with markers, creating authentic tattoo designs, would evolve into becoming a tattoo artist."
If you are interested in a session, please email her at firstname.lastname@example.org
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12-14-14..Interviews Lyle Tuttle about his Tattoo Museum S.F.
Some creative people get a late start with their careers, but for Lawrence Bromell, Jr., the beginning came unexpectedly when he very young. An ad in TV Guide got his attention, and he drew Tippy the Turtle to perfection and submitted it for the chance to win a scholarship to art school. And he won! Since he was only 10 years old, he was not allowed to accept the scholarship, but his future path to the arts was cast. Larry is one of those rare artists who creates with beauty, skill and proficiency in various mediums. He paints, creates digital illustrations, and is an accomplished graphic designer. But another medium recently caught Larry’s artistic eye – the human canvas. Now Larry is working on his apprenticeship to become a tattoo artist. Why not? He tackled just about every other medium with great success and has already created designs for other tattoo artists.
There is another creative side to Larry that includes his camera work in films: cameraman, cinematographer, second unit director, and editor. And let’s not forget his 2010 acting credit in Hate’s Haunted Sleigh Ride. Steeline Designs was founded by Larry to create graphic designs, special effects, advertising, motion graphics, and video production. His other company, Take 5 Productions, creates promotional videos, marketing, and advertising for corporations. See what I mean? Larry runs the full gamut of creativity and that’s what makes him such an interesting guy. After the interview, please check out After Hours at Jersey Coastal Live for additional information.
In this premiere episode host Leigh Medeiros of All Creativelike talks with make-up artist & hair stylist Lori Grenier of Beauty Muse Cosmetics about her journey from destitute to prosperous, and how deepening her relationship to her spiritual source brought more abundance into her life.
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Sister Jenna welcomes Recording Artist Kaliyani to the America Meditating Radio Show!
"There’s an archetypal presence that has been dancing with me for the last ten years and in a way through my voice has found a new access point and form of communication." – Kaliyani
Brazilian born Kaliyani (also known as Jane Villar-Gehr), is a spiritually inspired visionary, producer, artist and founder of Stargate Alliance whose dream is to offer her Self as an instrument for the betterment of humanity and uplifting of consciousness on the planet. She says her deep heartfelt connection with Source is the driving force and fuel in everything she co-creates and assists in bringing forth.
Kaliyani is a remarkable new age recording artist and spiritual leader who is bringing her soaring voice to the world with her release of "Nammu’s Invocation" and music video. Visit http://kaliyanimusic.com Watch the video.
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Host Cyrus Webb welcomes recording artist Andrea Dumas to #ConversationsLIVE to discuss her passion for music and what it's been like to share it with the world. The two will also discuss her project CELEBRATE and the single SPEAK IT.
Shannon's guest this week is an award-winning artist with a lot of talent and an equally large heart. Amy Black is the founder of the nonprofit Pink Ink Fund, which offers financial assistance to women for nipple and areola repigmentation (tattooing) post mastectomy. Her goal is to enable as many women as possible to have the opportunity to regain the natural coloration of their nipples, which is only possible is thru tattooing. Pink Ink Fund helps ease the finncial burdens along the path to complete healing.
Amy attended the prestigious Columbus College of Art and Design. After college, she interned at a tattoo shop and ultimately ended up buying the business from the owners. She has been rated the Best Tattoo Artist/Studio in Richmond Magazine and Style Magazine multiple times, and was also named RVA Magazine’s Best Local Tattoo Artist.
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