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Mark Richmond 1

Tuesday, November 11th, 2014

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Mark Richmond 1
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I define my art as a modernistic strategy to an ancient Japanese Woodblock style. With an almost, tattoo appear, my art specializes in a multiculturalism, not solely Japanese, it is their style of art that is essential, heavy black lines and vivid colors are the basis.
My most well recognized piece is a 25ft Koi fish scene that resides at the San Diego International Airport, Terminal A single. It was produced by my most conventional way of combining hand drawn and inked boards with digital coloring. My influences are Kuniyoshi, Sailor Jerry, Frida Kahlo, Graffiti
art, and Tattoo art.

– Mark Richmond

Toshikazu Nozaka: Stolen Space
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Curated By Usugrow
23.07.09 – 09.08.09
In anticipation of the imminent release of his new book &quotShinganist&quot, Usugrow has rallied the book’s contributors to action for this show at StolenSpace. Collectively, these 5 Japanese artists will be taking over the walls of the Gallery with spectacular new operates on canvas, paper, wood and felt. “Shinganist” is an intriguing look into the function of some of Japan’s up-and-coming young artists. Straddling the fine line of street art, skate and tattoo culture, although simultaneously drawing inspiration from centuries of standard Japanese imagery.

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Monday, November 10th, 2014

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Josh Drawing
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Josh Shortridge (tattoo artist) drawing up and male and female sailors, for me, in conventional style.

Street Mask

Saturday, November 1st, 2014

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Street Mask
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In Wellington, I saw this mask stenciled on the street. It looks like Te Moro, which is a classic Maori facial tattoo. The stencil was a bit mangled, but I was somewhat taken by the distortions, and snapped a picture. There turned out to be numerous other people of this design and style about town — most of them a lot more cleanly applied than this — but for some purpose, this was the a single that stuck with me.

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Sunday, September 28th, 2014

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Kadalekai Parishe
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Shot in a festival known as Kadalekai Parishe
Kadalekai Parishe (Kannada: ಕಡಲೆಕಾಯಿ ಪರಿಶೆ), is an annual groundnut fair held in Bangalore. This are two day fair is held close to the Dodda Ganesha Temple in Basavanagudi. Apart from the Groundnuts, there are many stalls in the fair, promoting Bangles, traditional toys and clay trinkets, plastic and glass dolls, Mehndi tattoos. There are a range of food items, such as Bajji, Bonda, Batthaas (Coloured sugar candies), Kalyana seve or Bendu (Sugar coated gram) and Coloured sodas on sale during the fair.

pillow and rug

Wednesday, September 24th, 2014

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pillow and rug
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Embroidered pillow and rug, primarily based on conventional Thai leg tattoos.

ten/ten/10 on Vimeo by Kunal Bambawale
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USC art student designed this design and style on his skin for a typography class.

The purpose of the project was to represent traditional letters on a massive scale with no restrictions.

Making use of henna, he (temporarily) tattooed Occasions New Roman letters onto his skin.

These are my photographs along with an audio interview

Watch this video on Vimeo. Video developed by Kunal Bambawale.

greek life

Tuesday, September 23rd, 2014

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greek life
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i’m having problems balancing the colors and composition here, mainly due to the fact i began painting when i was drinking. at times that’s the only way i can get started.

Blueskin Bay from Haywards Point Road Otago New Zealand

Tuesday, September 23rd, 2014

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Blueskin Bay from Haywards Point Road Otago New Zealand
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Initially known as Waitete, a Maori reference to the quantity of freshwater springs that could be located in the bay location, &quotBlueskin Bay&quot historically referred to a wider stretch of coast from Heyward Point to Seacliff, like Purakaunui. Blueskin Bay is named after Kahuti, the resident Maori authority of the region, whom Pakeha settlers nicknamed &quotBlueskin&quot for the massive amount of Tā moko (standard Maori tattooing) on their bodies. The name had been utilized as the nickname of a notorious 18th century London criminal, Joseph &quotBlueskin&quot Blake.

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Monday, September 22nd, 2014

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fish scale rug
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Embroidered rug, based on traditional Thai leg tattoos.

Sort of an American traditional take on my artist theme for Isabelle. #tattoo #play #brownbagart #lunchbagart #art
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Image from page 93 of “Women of all nations, a record of their characteristics, habits, manners, customs and influence” (1908)

Monday, September 22nd, 2014

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Image from page 93 of “Women of all nations, a record of their qualities, habits, manners, customs and influence” (1908)
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Identifier: womenofallnation01joyc
Title: Females of all nations, a record of their qualities, habits, manners, customs and influence
Year: 1908 (1900s)
Authors: Joyce, Thomas Athol, 1878-1942 Thomas, Northcote Whitridge, 1868-
Subjects: Women
Publisher: London, New York [etc.] : Cassell and Organization, limited

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•J .v„„ A CHIEF AND HIS WIFE,The latter being of the curly-haired kind. girl if she belongs to a household of highposition, she must be tattooed and sincetatooing is an important ceremony,Tattoo. ^^^ performed in a peculiar man-ner in this nation, it deserves a specialparagraph to itself. In the rest of Poly-nesia, as in other nations inhabited by acomparatively fair-skinned individuals, a numberof small punctures have been produced in the skmand the colouring matter rubbed in butin New Zealand the approach was far much more 74 Girls OF ALL NATIONS painful : typical grooves have been cut bymeans of an instrument pointed with boneand shaped like a diminutive adze, whichwas struck with a modest mallet. The bloodflowed freely, and was wiped off with a

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Photograph by Mnir &amp■ Moodie.^ Duntdin Standard MAORI Lady OF High RANK. Showing talloo on chin. Note the feathers in the hair. tuft of flax, the pattern being indicated bydark lines drawn on the skin. Following this thedark pigment, in the kind of powder, wasapplied. Girls were tattooed on the lips andchin, as shown in the above illustration,and sometimes on the thighs and breastalso. Though the procedure was far lesssevere in their case than in that of the guys,the operation was productive of a greatdeal of suffering and inflammation. Thesubject was regarded as below a heavytapu, and the function was accompanied bynumerous incantations in the case ofthe daughter of an critical chief, aslave was at times sacrificed. The pat-tern of the tattoo was standard and thevarious lines had been cut in a definite order,every group getting identified by a particularname. The education of the girl was left mainlyin the hands of her mother, but there was oneoccupation which partook of aArf ^^^^ sacred nat

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thug life
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great tattoos contrast with conventional pose

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Friday, September 19th, 2014

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A shot of my standard pre-Filipino #tattoo the day after it hand tapped by Lane Wilcken. His tattoo tools have been hand-produced specifically for me and my design. My #baybayin logo #ink by @pandptattoo #notpolynesian #notarocktattoo
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