12 years of love for those lovely swiss customers. They drew on each other the missing part of this common heart...
And touched up the hand...
Sofy Major is a very good band from France. They have recorded their last album in New York with Andrew Schneider (Unsane, Keelhaul, Converge...).
On this album they have made a cover of a song I did with my old band Portobello Bones.
Here is the original:
And here is the link for their cover! enjoy!
DAY 10 in Prag, Czech Republic.
I would say I am one of the most lucky person on earth. I meet some people coming from so many various countries with so many various backgrounds, that they feed my mind day after day. To make a list of all those influencial persons I met with the tattoo process, it would take me years and years...
But in the top 10 there is Martin Janecky. We met in Paris the first time, and he did the trip from Alaska for his project. He is one of the most amazing glass sculptor in the world.
To be honest he looks like a dancer while he is working. Let's have a look to this video:
We know more each others and in Prag we have done a small session on his chest before
drinking beers together. This should be the start of a huge project on the half of his body...
And the day after, he brang me this amazing sculpture that he made for me!!!!A millions thank you to him and his art!!!!
One of the most beautiful gift I ever received in my life!!!
One of my customer came in Prag with this handmade tattoo done at home.
It is a copy of an old tattoo I did 8 or 9 years ago in Germany or Holland probably.
She did it by herself as she is a great fan of my work.
and the feet done at home:
we made already his leg a few years ago and started his backpiece too. It is about his life with a representation of himself as a huge father as he is, with his wife and his two lovely daughters.
We've had some sentences they wrote plus some drawings he kept from their childhood.
More to come one day, I wish...
Yesterday a building in the city center of Prag exploded. All my thoughts are sent to the victims of this disaster...