at your service…

15.09.12 § 2 Comments

 

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Ben Ross.. August

21.08.12 § 1 Comment

PRINTS! Coming soon…..

14.08.12 § Leave a comment

Squall & Anchor artists will soon be selling prints!

Artworks are printed as small edition high-quality Glicée prints on Hahnemuhle 100% cotton photo rag paper.
Prints are sold unframed – framing is available at extra cost if required.

Check PRINTS for new works on our site as they come up or drop in to have a squiz….


Studio fun July

04.08.12 § Leave a comment

DEDICATED Melbourne Boys

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These boys drove the 18 hour, 1555km trip from Melbourne to Yamba to get tattooed by Ben at Squall & Anchor Tattoo – arriving Monday night, getting tattooed tuesday and heading back to Melbourne 9pm that night

… now thats dedication.

 

 

Banners on a Friday night..

25.05.12 § 1 Comment

Painting a shop banner to hang at the local Roller Derby match this Saturday night:

Clarence Valley Roller Derby League Inc & NCDC presents ‘ It’s ‘CANE’…ing Time

CVRDL Vs CCDD & NNRD Vs TVR

Saturday 26th May, 2012, doors open 5pm

Raymond Laurie Sports Centre 78 Angourie Road, Yamba

See you there!

Good reads #1

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Tattoo: Secrets of a Strange Art first appeared in 1933, when the majority of people with tattoos were sailors, prostitutes and criminals. Venturing from waterfront tattoo parlours to circus midways, author Albert Parry talked to many of the great tattoo artists of the twentieth century about their techniques. Parry was among the first to analyze the customs subconscious motivations and to expose its erotic implications. His stories examine overt and subliminal tattoo messages of masochistic tendencies, membership in a select society, sexual fantasy and romantic devotion, patriotism and religious zest. A unique historical document and a compelling psychological study, this book offers a thought-provoking look at one aspect of the human drive for self-expression.

 

First published in 1933 by Simon and Schuster New York; Republished by Dover Publications UK