Trapped Like a Rat in a $2,000 Wedding Dress…

We’ve all been there, your friend gets engaged and it’s wedding time. First order of business… the dress! Over the past few days I have been wedding dress shopping not once but twice. Although I greatly enjoy my less girly days there are times when Read More …

Tattoo Chair Confessional: Tattoo Clients Share Their Stories

Homebum “When I was around 17 years old, I spent a little time traveling around the country. I left with a few friends, a car, a bag of clothes, and around $200 cash. We made it to Arizona and met up with another crew of Read More …

Artist Known as B. Good May be Louisville’s Urban Da Vinci.

Though Louisville, Kentucky has been cranking out it’s share of talented rap artists since before the East Coast-West Coast Rivalry, southern fried hip hop rarely gets the attention that it deserves. The reason perhaps is that the shameless self promotion and ruthlessness that saturates the Read More …

Author and Tattoo Enthusiast, Frank Bill Shares a Short Story with Grasshoppertattoo.

  Author Frank Bill is no stranger to a tattoo shop.  The pieces below are just a few examples of the interesting and often macabre images that the internationally renowned author has selected for his body art.     However, these dark, eastern inspired images Read More …

A Creative Valentines Day Gift for Both of You..

Well, here we are fast approaching the end of January. Valentine’s Day will soon be upon us.  Some people are racking their brains trying to find the perfect gift, while others will go with the easy and traditional overpriced flowers and candy.  Some will say Read More …

Beware the Character Curse!

Everybody has foreign language tattoo. Arabic, Japanese, Chinese… errrrybody is jumping into this fad, and I was determined to do the same. In 2011, I’d been living in Jinan, China for about three months, studying Mandarin as a foreign exchange student. It wasn’t long before Read More …

How Do You Take Care of a New Tattoo?

  How to care for a new tattoo has been an ongoing debate for almost as long as there have been tattoos (which for some Polynesian cultures dates back thousands of years). For some reason the tattoo community has had a hard time reaching a Read More …