I would have featured this Friday as a follow-up piece, however I couldn’t find any fresh photos of the text portion of the scar. Given how dark and raised the text is, I’m going to assume the star is also going to turn out similar. Even if you’re not a fan of Slipknot, you can still appreciate the scar.
The BME Tour group met up with Seattle based musician Astronautalis while he was touring in Australia. While not the most heavily tattooed musician out there, it seems that Astronautalis has a plan for his collection of tiny tattoos. Check out the interview.
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New Rule: I do not like Motley Crue. I do not think I have ever intentionally listened to one of their songs all the way through. I would like to see Tommy Lee slathered with delicious chestnut honey and chained to a tree in Death-Bear National Park. With that said? The Dirt is one of the most entertaining musical memoirs ever written, and if you commit to an entire goddamn (and surprisingly well-done) backpiece dedicated to these train-wrecks, well, you get featured on ModBlog, friend.
(Tattoo by Tania Sinnaeve at Body Design in Belgium.)
Tattoo Hollywood, BME’s first tattoo convention, is coming to Los Angeles from August 21-23, featuring contests, prizes and some of the best artists from around the world! Click here for more information.
Hey, don’t be so hard on yourself! This Hole-inspired (probably?) piece is plenty pretty on the outside, too—though I guess you sort of expect that with a cutting (plus electro-cautery branding!) by the excellent Christiane at Pinpoint Piercing in Oslo, Norway. Also, wow, considering this is the inglorious Summer of Celebrity Death, is Courtney Love just hiding out in her panic room for days on end or what? Stay safe out there, famous crazies.
That’ll be it for today, ModBloggers. We leave you with this photo by Moscow-based Clockorange of her husband, Doggy, smoking his morning cigarette, strumming a jaunty tune and getting ready to start the day. And here we are, getting ready for bed like a bunch of boobs. So it goes.
I admit that my knowledge of Polish avant-garde hip-hop is woefully underdeveloped, but nonetheless, I can certainly appreciate this portrait of one of the ostensible pioneers of the genre, Bartosz Waglewski/Fisz, nicely rendered by Tofi at Art-Line in Rybnik, Poland. After the jump, his older brother, Emade, a hip-hop producer as well.
After the jump, check out a bonus portrait of a certain “Cowboy from Hell”! I’ll give you a hint: His name rhymes with “Mimebag Meryl.” Take a guess! I think you’ll be pleasantly surprised.