Arte y Arquitectura

Inked May 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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I’m standing in a room surrounded by literally tons of marijuana. I feel like a kid in an adult candy store. Like many, I have long had the dream of swimming in money like Scrooge McDuck—immediately I want to edit the fantasy to replace the money with Mary Jane. Hell, I’ d even settle for an American Beauty-esque bathtub filled with bud. But my head is spinning—whether I am mentally or olfactorily overwhelmed—I step out of the dankest of rooms I’ve ever experienced for a respite. While getting my wits I see a quote from E.M. Forster hanging on the wall of my host’s office: "We must be willing to let go of the life we have planned, so as to have the life that is waiting for us." *Record scratch* *Freeze…

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SEND US YOUR ART!We know that we have the most creative fan base in all of print. Show us what you got for a chance to be featured in our pages. The above is by French artist Vivi Mac, who thrives off of creating celebrity portraits from unconventional materials. From coffee grounds to honey, she has proven the impossible time after time by executing works of art with exceptionally precise detail. In many of Mac’s pieces, the subject plays a role in inspiring the medium that’s used to create the design— which is certainly the case in the piece she made of rapper/entrepreneur Dr. Dre. No, your eyes are not playing tricks on you, everything's exactly as it seems. We just hope that Mac didn’t let her artwork go to…

2 min.
my favorite ink

Lindsey Jenningz “I just got my own face tattooed on me, so now—so of course that’s my favorite, because I’m a narcissist (my micro-portrait of Chucky by Vinny Romanelli is a close second). Kris Busching tattooed my face on my left upper arm during an eight-hour session which was the longest I’ve ever sat for but it was worth it. It’s the ultimate self-love to me. I’m ballsy and I’m proud to love myself.” “I have a beautiful and important relationship with cannabis. I’m blessed to not have any super serious ailments that I need it for, but I believe strongly in its medicinal properties and I’ve seen it help so many people. Cannabis gets me through the day with a smile on my face. I also had a heartbreaking experience with…

2 min.
show of hands

I love hands because I believe they show, more than anything else, the type of life someone leads. Whether they are tattooed, not tattooed, old, young, weathered or smooth, they show life. I have always worked with my hands and they are pretty rough at this point, but I am proud of that. I like my scars, dryness and calluses, they show the work I have done throughout my life, from leather working to hairstyling to painting. I don’t know what I hope for when people view my art. It is nice when they appreciate how much work has gone into even my smaller paintings, and I love that so many enjoy the subject matter of hands, which has kind of accidentally taken over my paintings. I started with a couple…

1 min.
your new best bud

A CONSULT WITH “BUD TENDER” MACEY FROM ALL ABOUT BUD IN DESERT HOT SPRINGS CALIFORNIA HOW DID YOU GET I NTO BUDTENDI NG? I was bartending and I got into cannabis after learning the medicinal benefits that I could incorporate into my lifestyle. I love my job, I love knowing that I help people with any illness and/or pain they have. My grandma fought cancer for years and it's easily the only thing that helped. HOW DID YOUR GRANDMOTH ER TURN TO CANNABI S? She battled cancer for about 10 years and the first five she was very anti-cannabis. With no alternative medicine to turn to, her introduction to cannabis began through edibles and topicals. WHAT WOULD YOU TE LL PEOPLE WHO ARE AFRA ID OF CANNABIS TO GET TH EM TO OPEN UP? I would…

9 min.
rolling stoned

It’s Friday in Los Angeles, and somebody in Wiz Khalifa’s house is ready to party. Giddy squeals unfurl, punctuated here and there by a high-pitched giggle. The rapper is trying to stay focused on our phone conversation, but whoever’s bopping around his house has a case of "The Fridays" and clearly wants to share it with Wiz. Just a few years ago, this scenario would’ve sparked a gossipy guessing game of what model or actress or singer—or all three, all at once—was shacking up with one of the most famous rappers in the world. But these days, a different sort of playmate has captured Wiz’s heart —his four-year-old son Sebastian, aka “Bash,” who’s currently getting the weekend started with his dad. “I just love the shit out of my kid. The most…