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Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by minya, Apr 9, 2006.

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  1. Stephan R.

    Stephan R. Well-Known Member

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    Good rep. Yellowblaze (Shige) is probably the sickest tattooist in Japan. He brings something new to traditional Japanese old school into their own version of "newskool"

    he is the best!

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    the white/red koi under the water!

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  2. wiru

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    I'd love to know how old it is.

    stuff with that label tends to show up in the pre-60s section of ebay, whatever that's worth.
     


  3. Epaulet

    Epaulet Affiliate Vendor Affiliate Vendor

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    Just picked up a Barbour waxed cotton parka

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    The fit and finish are awesome. It's mod as hell. Not all that warm, but great for the next 6-8 weeks of NYC weather. I got it for 50% off at Fishing the Cape. They've got a few other styles marked down there as well if you're in the market for a Barbour coat.
     


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    GS, where/who did your tattoo? I dig the traditional North American tattoos with a modern twist and I'm always on the lookout for new artists.
     


  5. Get Smart

    Get Smart Don't Crink

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    my friend Sean O'Neil...he works out of Classic Tattoo in Fullerton (Eric Maaske's shop RIP)

    his work is really clean and he does great newskool style...he did my other "slope on a slant" tattoo on the other arm (this new one is the matching piece to that one)
     


  6. whodini

    whodini Conan OOOOOOO"BRIEN!

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    Sucks when the "free food" tastes like shit
    That should be our plan for Friday.
     


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    recommend anyone in nyc or the area around?


    my friend Sean O'Neil...he works out of Classic Tattoo in Fullerton (Eric Maaske's shop RIP)

    his work is really clean and he does great newskool style...he did my other "slope on a slant" tattoo on the other arm (this new one is the matching piece to that one)
     


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    Found his work on myspace, your new tattoo as well. He does some amazing black & gray work. EDIT: TheKunk, check out Eli Quinters. Here's his website: http://www.tattoosfortheunloved.com/ I can't think of any more off the top of my head. Keep in mind that most good artists in NYC may have a long wait list.
     


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    ^thanks. a bit cartoony for me, but cool nonetheless. much obliged.
     


  10. Oldboy

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    I predict that there will become a day that you regret putting a tattoo like that on your body.

    Wish I could start a tattoo removal business.


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    naw, any "days of regret" are long gone...out of curiosity, what aspect of that tattoo is going to be "regretful" in *your* opinion?
    IMHO I think it could be *construed* as a bit too race based but that is my personal opinion and I am a little biased as I prefer gray scale tattoos.

    No offense meant.
     


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    [​IMG] I bought the sweater.
     


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    I hope 2% of every APC purchase goes to buying a sandwich for that model, and pays for his dialysis.
     


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    I hope 2% of every APC purchase goes to buying a sandwich for that model, and pays for his dialysis.
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    I'm pretty much done, minus small accessory purchases. This is an awesome feeling! [​IMG] ...Now on to tailoring some stuff eventually.
     


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