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I'm really excited to be dropping this design that I created w the help of one of my favorite artists/humans, @craola !! I've had this design laying around for awhile but between running a tattoo shop and trying my hand at "reality" TV it's become rather difficult to stay on top of things:) Luckily I've got a great group of people helping me out. If ur interested in snagging up one of these bad boys, please follow the link at the top of my profile. Thank u all so much for the continued support!! I really do appreciate it:)
Normal / 2 days ago
Sooper stoked to be sponsored by one of the best rotary machines on the market alongside some of my favoritest artists;) @fkirons @artofgunnar @russabbott @stefanoalcantara @tatubaby @davetattoos @timothyboor @christian1perez @juan_salgado @samclarktattoos #spektrarotary
Inkwell / 2 weeks ago
Just got these new limited edition, signed and numbered stretched canvas' in! I'm only sellin 100 so if you'd like to scoop one up u can do so by following the link at the top of my profile or going to my store at jessesmithtattoos.com. They're $125 a piece and the first 25 people to snag one up get a free, limited edition 8x10 Quank sticker!!
Normal / 3 months ago
I know u guys probably don't really care about my Ink Master Jibber Jabber anymore, but I wanted to clear up something that seems to have been misconstrued on the show. During this particular episode I mentioned that I felt like I sold out doing this piece and I really wanted to clear up exactly what it was that I felt I had sold out on. I really respect and enjoy Japanese/Asian style work and I had a lot of fun doing this particular piece, however I came onto the show with the impression that we would have to do other styles, but would be free to put our own twist into those styles. While on the show I realized that if u tried to put ur own personality into a piece then u were destined to failure via the judges. In knowing that, I scoured the Internet to find Japanese reference for a female samurai. I ended up finding an old print created by an artist called Yoshitoshi and pretty much copied it. i switched a few things up to make it run parallel to what the client wanted but it was, for the most part, copied. To top it all off, I ended up winning with this piece. It was really difficult for me to enjoy that win because it really wasn't my art that won, it was Yoshitoshi's art. Essentially I didn't feel as though I earned that win. Any one of the artists that I was competing with at that point could have done exactly what I had done. They ended up losing because they either got an uncooperative client or they attempted to add there own twist to there piece. After all was said and done I really struggled with the way this contest was being judged. I noticed that artists would get praise for copying and artists who tried to do something original were penalized. So I told myself that from that point on I would not do a piece solely for the judges approval. I wanted to present myself as an artist who has the ambition to try and create new paths rather then reiterating the paths of other artists.
Normal / 3 months ago