Arte y Arquitectura

Inked November - December 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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The year 2017 has been an interesting one, to say the least. Mother Nature wreaked havoc on parts of the world while world leaders ran amok. Well, there’s a new year on its way, and with that comes hope for bigger and better things for everyone (yes, including you). To celebrate the incoming year, we decided to focus this issue on the struggles and triumphs of people striving to make their mark on this world. Their missions range from surviving a five-round mixed martial arts bout to changing the way an entire country’s population approaches its future. Writer Matt Kaplan (2) and photographer Jared Ryder (5) took us beneath the World’s Most Famous Arena for a night of stand-and-bang where titles are won and lost with a right hand to the…

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THE DAZZLING DOZEN. Inked will be coming up on its lucky 13 year anniversary and never have we gotten so much mail — snail and email — as we did for "The Dazzling Dozen – Inked for a Cause" issue. In response to all the letters of gratitude, the staff here at Inked would like to thank all of you: from the incredible people behind the cameras to the facilities that lent a helping hand and, of course, to the brave women who agreed to come to New York to show their ink and tell their story of courage and strength. As this issue moves into the library of past issues we just ask that you always remember to be sympathetic to the world around you. Life can be a…

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jorge tellaeche

Jorge Tellacche is not yet 40, but he’s travelled the world and lived in many different countries. Presently he is back in his native Mexico expanding his art, rediscovering his heritage, and working hard redefining some of the negative attitudes Mexicans have about themselves. You started painting at the young and rebellious age of 15. Was graffiti part of your early work? Not really. I was all about experimenting with materials, realism and portraits. I guess I wasn’t really that rebellious at 15. That came later! You spent time in Germany and I don’t envision Luxembourg to be a pastel-colored environment. How did studying there affect your art? That time in Europe I worked mainly in ink. Very dark. I did a lot of bare trees where you could see faces and human shapes…

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the fine art of drinking

CAZADORES TEQUILA BLANCO Legendary artist Mister Cartoon lent his iconic black-and-gray style to the design of the limited edition Dia de los Muertos bottle for Tequila CAZADORES. Proceeds from sales on go to earthquake relief efforts in Mexico. Cartoon included illustrations of a skull to honor the memories of lost loved ones, a rose to welcome new beginnings, and a woman to represent love and the importance of celebrating the good times. HENNESSY V.S.O.P PRIVILÈGE COGNAC LIMITED EDITION BY JOHN MAEDA An elegant combination of art and technology. Acclaimed graphic designer John Maeda commissioned artist Giorgia Lupi to translate a musical composition of American guitarist Kaki King into a multi-hued design featured as the label on the 750mL bottle of Hennessy V.S.O.P Privilège. CRYSTAL HEAD VODKA When Actor Dan Aykroyd and artist John Alexander wanted…

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ink master shop wars

Each season of Ink Master has brought a new and exciting theme to the tattoo competition—and of course, this last season was no exception. Rookie and veteran teams of two entered the tattoo arena in the hope of taking home the title of Master Shop for the first time in the show’s run. Over the past year, collaborative tattooing has been the talk of the tattoo industry—from dazzling duos conquering a thigh piece to the lucky seven member Rat Pack stealing the show at conventions around the globe. There’s something inexplicably captivating about talented tattooers with vastly different techniques, styles, and backgrounds coming together to create one cohesive piece, no wonder the reality competition series wanted a piece of the magic. This season brought together the largest and arguably one of…

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glory : [glawr-ee, glohr-ee]

There are certain guarantees across the combat sports spectrum. At a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu tournament well-executed sweeps, escapes and submissions are a guarantee. A mixed martial arts event guarantees a sampler plate of wrestling, judo and Muay Thai, to name just a few. But GLORY Kickboxing? These motherfuckers are going to stand and bang, guaranteed! No chokes, no takedowns, and no ground fighting. And the fulfillment of these simple guarantees unites us in the most unlikely of ways. On Friday, July 14, the WNBA’s New York Liberty played the Chicago Sky at Madison Square Garden, but the real action that night took place just beneath the court. Downstairs, in The Theater at MSG, the promoters behind “GLORY 43: New York” paraded out some of the most accomplished stand-and-bangers from across the world. After…