JOIN US THE FINAL FRIDAY of EVERY MONTH… STARTING JUNE 29TH, Las Vegas Newest Monthly Art Show “Raise The Roof” at Dino’s with Local Las Vegas Talent contributing to the City’s very first CEILING ART GALLERY. #supportart #LIVEart #LIVEmusic #ceilingartgallery
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*NOTE: THE FIRST 2 MIN HAVE NO SOUND, WE APOLOGIZE FOR THE POOR SOUND QUALITY OF THIS BROADCAST. WE WILL HAVE IT CORRECTED BY THE NEXT LIVE EVENT. THANK YOU.
MORE ABOUT THE ARTISTS:
Background: drawing cartoons and animals at youth. Did Graffiti as a teen from 89-97 arrested for it n scared straight.. Didn’t return to art until 2009 when offered a tattoo apprenticeship. Now with 2 years tattoo experience currently tattooing at Voodoo Tattoo his art tho fairly influenced by his graffiti background he now favors Japanese and traditional tattoo art with his work usually ending with a mixed media result.
Background: Into art at an early age in grade school became fond of drawing n duplicating cartoons comic strips n comic books. Soon graduated to graffiti as a teen then straight to art school, the academy of Arizona gaining 10 years of commercial & computer design all while keeping a focus on illustrations. Transferring his art understanding to traditional painting his art now reflects a simple yet traditional comic strip style.
Bad Apple Tattoos
5640 w charleston blvd
Las Vegas NV 89146
Background: very early drawing n duplicating comic book n cartoon characters soon after coming with his own. After high school attend art courses at CSN for three years where he gained an appreciation for a more realistic style of art. He became a tattoo artist shortly after school and is currently tattooing with 6 years experience at Bad Apple Tattoos. His artwork today reflects his comic book and cartoon influenced youth with a great appreciation for tattoo art with a realistic approach.
Chrome Gypsy Tattoos
3326 s highland dr
Las Vegas NV 89109
Background: as a youth his artistic interests n ability is what he calls typical for any kid growing up, things like cartoons or the universal youth image an “S” made from 6 lines. Fun kid stuff. During middle and high school became fond of abstract art with a minor graffiti interest. With no formal training in art during or after school often was told his art would easily transfer to tattooing. Shortly after he got the opportunity to learn how to tattoo n his own words “never looked back. Tattooing is the only thing he ever stuck with and wouldn’t change for anything.” today his artwork reflects a more new skool/neo-traditional tattoo style typically created with water color & oils.
Karaoke With DannyG immediately to follow starting at 10pm!!! Come early, stay late! … See you at Dino’s