Arte y Arquitectura

Inked June 2017

Inked magazine covers pop culture and music for people that enjoy Tattoo art or have Tattoo designs on their bodies. Each issue has interviews with popular celebrities and the tattoo artists who decorate their bodies. There are tons of photos to inspire your next work of body art.

United States
Pinchazo Publishing Group, LLC
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10 Números

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2 min.

My favorite quote in cinema comes from Peter Fonda’s character Heavenly Blues in The Wild Angels. Blues is the leader of a Hells Angels chapter and one of his brothers has died. During the funeral, Blues and a minister begin debating on which of their disparate ways of life is more honest. The minister asks Blues “Just what is it that you want to do?” Blues answers: “We wanna be free! We wanna be free to do what we wanna do. We wanna be free to ride. We wanna be free to ride our machines without being hassled by The Man! And we wanna get loaded. And we wanna have a good time. And that's what we are gonna do. We are gonna have a good time. We are gonna have…

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“NEW LOW FOR INKED.” —JOE AMMOWe dedicated our April issue and some social media to cannabis. We understand that not everybody enjoys weed but we hoped that our 4/20 Issue would at least give some insight into cannabis culture so that we could all have a discussion on the merits and problems with the plant. We don’t want to censor anybody, including Joe Ammo but we hope that those who feel similarly, express themselves in a more detailed manner so we can talk about how we may have hit a new low. Maybe we did, but we’d need to hear why. We also understand that once we publish the magazine, it and the conversation, is no longer in our hands but yours. We’d hope you can use it constructively. Take…

2 min.
my favorite ink

Mischief Madness “I picked a space theme for my upper legs for a variety of reasons. To me, space represents the infinite void within a realm of possibilities that is ever-growing at an exponential rate, creating new windows of opportunity. Learning about space is fascinating and mind-boggling because it is a concept that we are still just beginning to understand. In addition, space is not an easy design to tattoo on a person, but my tattooer, Nikki Simpson, had my full confidence. I think Nikki was more worried than I was, honestly! She had done space before, but never in such a large piece, which was tripping her out. We took many sessions to complete each piece which allowed us to tackle a section at a time.” “I have never been a…

3 min.

Jake Crawley may be a creep, but he’s the best kind of creep. He’s the kind of creep that likes getting bugs stuck in his teeth when he’s zooming through the desert on his Harley, the kind of creep that likes stick and poke tattoos and Bob Seger tunes. He’s the kind of creep that always has something funky stuck under his fingernails. He’s our kind of creep. “Well, my last name is Crawley. So when I was in grade school the kids used to call me ‘Creepy Crawley’ and I’ve always drawn what people call ‘weird and creepy’ stuff,” confesses our resident California creep, Jake Crawley. “People will ask me if I’m on drugs, but I don’t need that shit; I’m kooky enough.” Jake’s work borders on the psychedelic, the…

2 min.
through the drinking glass

IN A S P ACE T H AT U S E D T O B E A B IK E R B A R , A L E X A L EWI S P OUR S A S T I F F KOMBUCH A AT MA D H AT T E R S E T HNOBO TA NIC A L T E A B A R (S T. P E T E S , F L ORID A) . WHAT IS AN E THNOBOTANICAL TEA BAR? An Ethnobotanical Tea Bar is a special kind of bar in that it provides plant-based drinks from a variety of origins and cultures used for specific purposes such as aiding in pain relief, insomnia, mental clarity and even energy levels. HOW WOULD YOU D E S C…

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foxy lady

"In a car you're always in a compartment, and because you're used to it you don't realize that through that car window everything you see is just more TV. You're a passive observer and it is all moving by you boringly in a frame. On a cycle the frame is gone. You're completely in contact with it all. You're in the scene, not just watching it anymore, and the sense of presence is overwhelming." —by Robert Pirsig in his Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance. Pirsig passed away while we were working on this issue. If you have yet to read his masterwork, please honor him by picking up a copy. Wearing earrings, choker, ring and bangles by Noir, bodysuit by STITCHbySjC, Jacket by Nicole Miller. Jacket by Paigeboy, bodysuit…