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 Ladies, Ladies! Art Show December 10

“Ladies, Ladies!” Art Show
Featuring the artwork of 50 women tattooers!

Place:  Tattoo Culture
129-A Roebling Street
Brooklyn, N.Y. 11211
www.tattooculture.net

Date:                  Friday, December 10, 2010

Time:                  From 7-11 p.m.

We are honored to present a broad range of talented women, covering different styles and generations! From the ones who paved the way to the ones who continue the tradition. We are especially proud to pay our respects to Juli Moon, Vyvyn Lazonga, Pat Sinatra, Kari Barba, Debra Yarian and Debbie Lenz, each of them with over 30 years of experience in the art of tattooing.

A celebration of women and art!

The show will be curated by Elvia Iannaccone Gezlev (tattoogirl68@hotmail.com)
& Emma Griffiths (porcupinetattoo@rcn.com)

1001 Tattoo Facts with Paul Sayce

September
13th 2010

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(Pictured: Bob Roberts with Paul Sayce)

In 2004 Kari Barba of Anaheim, California became the new owner of Bert Grimms,  America’s longest operating tattoo studio. It first opened in 1927 on the Pike in Long Beach, California. Bob Shaw moved to the Pike to work with Bert in 1964, and bought if from him in 1969. Over the years, artists of the calibre of Dave Gibson, Zeke Owen, Bob Roberts, Don Noland and Col. Todd, to name just a few, have tattooed in this legendary studio. Larry Shaw and his brother sold the tattooing landmark to Kari after the death of their mother, Wanda, who was the owner in 2002. The studio had closed its doors in 2003, until Kari stepped in to save it.  Kari plans to reopen it as a museum and tattoo studio. Kari will tattoo there after the renovation work is completed.