Group photo at Wooster Social with David, Jes, Tommy, Rod, and Megan with Luke Wessman and his egg for The Big Egg Hunt Ny
I had the pleasure of being on Invisible Radio Yesterday, Episode 2. Troy Denning is a legendary tattoo artist and a very intelligent man, he commands a great podcast with a mixture of wit and knowledge. The wide verity of guest and the everyday shenanigans makes for a very entertaining show. I have faith that it will be a hit, already being on the “new & noteworthy” section doesn’t hurt either. Good luck Troy I look forward to more episodes. Thanks for having me on my friend. CS GPF
PS That monologue Troy gives at the end of episode 2 is so good.
“Education begins the gentleman, but reading, good company and reflection must finish him.” A post about “Good company” on the @lostartofthegentleman Instagram page. A page you should be following on Instagram if you don’t already. #lostartoftheg #blossomball
I have always thought there is a strong connection between tattooing and cooking. A chef much like a tattooer is an artist and in most cases passionate about their product.
Started this one on Chad from North Carolina. It’s always a great honor to tattoo someone who, appreciates your personal style, and travels far to get tattooed by you. Thanks Chad.
The Virgin de Guadalupe is one of may favorite tattoos. I have two different versions on myself.
I’m really looking forward to checking this one out. One of my favorite artist. “Released 20 years ago on April 19, 1994, Nas’ Time is Illmatic has remained one of the most influential hip hop albums of all time. Tracing the roots of Nas’ influence from his formative years in Queensbridge, New York, as the son of a jazz musician idolizing the early pioneers of New York hip hop, director One9’s immersive, illuminating documentary explores the roots of one of hip hop’s enduring masterworks.”- Cara Cusumano Tribeca Film Festival
When I was in California this last trip, I made a point to get out in the water no matter how shitty the waves were, and they were shitty. Despite the surf being flat Tim, Brian, and myself had back to back to back sunset surf sessions, and just had the best time. Surfing just like life is always better with a good attitude regardless of the surf. Friendship reigns supreme.