Yesterday was Remembrance Day in Canada and Veteran’s Day in the United States. It’s a statutory holiday in my province so I didn’t see this submission from Zombieprincess until today but I wanted to share.
I just received word that Ink, Blood and Spirit, a documentary on Little Swastika whose work has been featured on ModBlog in the past, is available on-demand as an online download. Here’s what the filmmakers had to say about it:
A biographical portrait of the self-taught tattooer and artist Marc ”Little Swastika” Lu, whose work is well known worldwide. Filmed in december of 2013 at Marc’s studio and gallery – Psyland – located in the small village of Tengen in southern Germany. The main focus is Marc’s life story with topics such as inspiration, religion, drugs and body modification.
The film has screened in twelve countries, has been nominated for best documentary and has been officially selected to several film festivals.
If you’d like to watch the trailer or rent the film, it costs a whopping $1.99, click here.
Alice: How long is forever?
White Rabbit: Sometimes, just one second.
Artist: Kate Waiss
Studio: Kipod Tattoo
Location: Tel Aviv, Israel
T. Angel submitted this still photo from the documentary “Making of Coma”.
See more in Suspensions Gallery.
Check out the video below!