Tattoo Expo Kokomo Indiana
Rewind, if you will, to 2000. As a senior I was named President of my high school art club and my peers voted me best artist in my class. After high school I served an apprenticeship at a small tattoo studio in Monticello, Indiana. I then went on to obtain an associate degree in graphic design. After spending a couple years designing shirts and doing vinyl work for local businesses I decided to get back to what I really enjoyed, tattooing.
Eight years and nearly eighty pounds later I’m still passionate about tattooing. I’m constantly trying to grow as an artist. From oil painting to just sketching, I’m working to develop new ideas and techniques to enhance my abilities as a tattoo artist. I enjoy so many styles of tattooing; traditional, new school, realism, neo-traditional, organic/bio, full color, black and grey… I like to think I’ve developed my style from a manifestation of many influences. The subjects I tattoo tend to be as diverse as the styles I tattoo in. So long as it’s not gang related or racist, I’m typically down. I like to tattoo the humorous and obscure stuff, but I’m not the type of guy who’s going to sigh or moan if you ask for a star. I enjoy the challenge of rethinking the “typical tattoos”, such as stars, butterflies, crosses, and so on. Don’t get me wrong though, I’d much rather be designing a pine cone on a stack of flapjacks with a Tom Selleck mustache.
At a young age I developed a strong appreciation for the Arts. My mother is an accomplished Artist in many different mediums. I cannot remember a time in my childhood when there wasn’t something artistic going on in my home. Naturally, this made me want to participate. I began drawing and painting, which continued all through school. I’ve dabbled in other artistic mediums including sculpting, carving, pottery, and airbrushing.
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What is the information for New Breed Tattoo in Kokomo Indiana
New Breed Tattoo is on 1201 E. Markland Ave. in Kokomo, IN. Their phone number is (765) 452-5537. !
What are all the tattoo/piercing shops in Kokomo, Indiana?
For tattoos and piercings there is Tommy's Tattoo's (1206 East Hoffer Street), Cosmic Harvey's & Gehenna Tattoos (2607 East Markland Avenue), New Breed the Future of Tattoting & Body Piercing (1201 E Markland Ave), Atombomb Tattoo Studio (1805 S Lafountain St), and Troy's Powertrain Tattoos (510 North Washington Street). Thanks for doing the ChaCha my friend!