Dec 14, 2013

Painted ladies: why women get tattoos

Why are so many women getting tattoos? Eight inked women reveal the appeal of permanent markings.

 
Dec 6, 2013

First Look: Eat Ink, a Cookbook About Tattooed Chefs

Here’s Eat Ink: Recipes. Stories. Tattoos. by Birk O’Halloran and Daniel Luke Holton. The book is about, you guessed it, chefs and their tattoos. Are there tattoos of butchering diagrams? Forks, spoons, whisks (Duff Goldman, looking at you), vegetables of all colors? Yes, of course. But there are also meditations on the link between tattoos and chefs’ kitchen scars, a thoughtful eye towards lesser-known names (including a very healthy dose of Portland chefs) as well a plenty of women represented. There are also recipes alongside the tattoo talk. Keep an eye out for chefs like Marc Forgione, Gabriel Rucker, Mike Isabella, Rick Tramonto, Seamus Mullen, Andy Ricker, Dominique Crenn, and more. Eat Ink is out now from Adams Media (order on Amazon); check out a preview below.

 
Dec 6, 2013

Millennials Driving the Business of Tattoos

Tattoo parlors are everywhere and they’ve achieved the ultimate pop culture status of reality shows devoted to the craft.

Business contributor Rebecca Harris says Millennials are driving the trend.

 
Dec 6, 2013

Millennials Driving the Business of Tattoos

Tattoo parlors are everywhere and they’ve achieved the ultimate pop culture status of reality shows devoted to the craft.

Business contributor Rebecca Harris says Millennials are driving the trend.

 
Nov 15, 2013

The Army Has a Staffing Problem – Everyone Is Inked

Who didn’t see this one coming?

Army recruits face a strict new tattoo policy, posing the question whether there are enough ink-free bodies out there to protect the United States.

 
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