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Friday, June 3rd, 2011
A Shout out to our boys from Belgium! Thanks to all our boy for helping out this past convention. Our boy Thieu, Elco and our boy Sting Who was the lucky recipient of this bad ass tattoo.
We was delighted To get this since it represents how strong he feels about his family.
He was lucky enough to win the Ist place for Best small black and grey on saturday at the Breda Tattoo Convention.
Thanks to all the people that has supported us through thick and thin.
Friday, June 3rd, 2011
Our last day in Breda and I couldn’t leave before working on my boy Hans.
He had a beautiful piece ready for me from Jesus Helguera one of my favorite Artist in the world.
I will be seeing my boy again to try to finish his piece this weekend at the Amsterdam Tattoo convention.
Thursday, June 2nd, 2011
It was a long week in Holland. A huge thanks to Brian and the crew of Needle Art Studios in Breda for showing the greatest hospitality, and to all those who traveled the distance to show support. If you’re in the Netherlands, be sure to stop by Lowrider Tattoo Studios at this weekends Amsterdam show, where Jose and Miguel will be hard at work. Here’s some recent work out of Breda….
Robin came through for his first tattoo, lower left sleeve.
David, from Paris France, continued his collection we started in Belgium with the classic Jesus~lower right sleeve.
Returning client Bart from Belgium came in for his second session. Chrysanthemum flowers in tribute to his daughter.
Marcus from England came in for his lower inner right sleeve….
The brother Herman – aka “The Terminator” came in for a two day sitting for his first tattoo.
Back to back, Glenn came through from Amsterdam for his first born daughters’ portrait.
And fellow artist Richard came through from Rotterdam to work his neck piece.
Congrats to Richard for making 1st place black n grey small at the Breda show.
And an overall thanks to all clients for your patience and commitment through the long work hours. Your dedication and support is what fuels this art, and is as important as our will to create. At the end of the day, the fact that tattooing is a collaborative art remains true, and the real award is the honor of working together with each of you. Thank you.