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Lee Scratch Perry's "The Death of Baphomet" Art Show

Lee Scratch Perry’s latest art installment in Los Angeles entitled “The Death of Baphomet”

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Marco Cerretelli in LA Weekly

Cerretelli is a romanticized tale of tattooing come to life. Born and raised in Florence, Italy, his first run-in with tattoos was in the Italian Army and his first gun was made of a Walkman, toothbrush and a pen. 93 more words


Craig Jackman in LA Weekly

Craig Jackman opened American Electric in 1999 and has been running a shop so playful it would give Pee-wee’s Playhouse a run for its silly money. 66 more words


Clint Carney in LA Weekly

We covered one of Clint Carney’s art shows a while back. From what we saw at that show, one wouldn’t expect to see his work included in a feature film marketed to families, but it was: His work can be found in  38 more words


Dan Smith in LA Weekly

If you want to get tattooed by somebody who’s been on TV, you have a lot of options. The Cure- and Moz-loving Dan Smith rises to the top of the TV pack. 112 more words