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Here is a preview of what you will find inside our magazine, the most special to date.
By Joe Capobianco
In this edition, Joe Capobianco collaborated
Why Joe Capobianco?
Well, where to start? I consider him a great artist and a great person. For me in particular (like many others) he was a reference when I started in the industry. He was one of the first, if not the first, to call my attention to his work. He impacted me so much that I had a design made by a friend in Argentina. For this reason, I wanted it to be the first of these extremely special editions. Here is a preview of our conversations.
This is how the conversation of this beautiful interview began:
What should NOT have a tattoo magazine?
I think it’s very important for tattoo magazines to look for new talent and styles. I don’t think that social media should dictate all that we see. Therefore just increasing the popularity of an already “Hot”/“Trendy” tattoo artist or style.
I’d like to see the magazines become what they once were. The printed historical record of our trade. Not the algorithm-driven shit that social media shoved down our throats.
What should a tattoo magazine talk about?
I think a bit of tattoo history is very important. Especially in a day and age when most tattooers don’t ever do any research of their own. If I hear one more person (many of which are experienced trendy tattooers) say that they think Ed Hardy was only a T-shirt designer. Having no idea of his past in our trade. I’m gonna puke.
I can’t say that I know all about the past of this trade personally. But I know a bunch, & I’m always interested in learning more.
I also think that talking about some of the politics of saying Healthy, and Safety procedures, medical supply companies, and of course a hot topic that effects are all. The safety and manufacturing of our tattoo pigments. And how the government is stepping in to greatly affect our trade (not for the better I fear).
To read and watch the full interview, you must buy the magazine, below you will find the link. Thank you.
What makes this edition special?
It is an edition with 316 pages, more than 25 notes of great interest, a section with very exclusive designs that are great to get tattooed, a new section of tattooed models, we have more than 120 artists from all over the world that do it very well, each artist has two pages and in addition to photos of their work, they tell us their point of view about the tattooing industry.
An interview and collaboration of a great exponent of our industry, such as Joe Capobianco.
A small preview of the 316 pages
"a beautiful selection "