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Lift Trucks Project contributes to the “Tattooed New York” exhibit at the New York Historical Society.

The Huffington Post

Lift Trucks Project contributes to the “Tattooed New York” exhibit at the New York Historical Society.   ARTS & CULTURE Weird That Thomas Edison Kind Of Invented The Tattoo Gun, No? So much cooler than the electric light bulb. 12/26/2016 01:54 pm ET | Updated Dec 26, 2016 Thomas Edison is often billed as America’s greatest […]

Tattooed New York

Lift Trucks contributes pieces to this seminal exhibit exploring the history of NYC tattooers. Two early drawing by The Bowery artists; Samuel F. O’Reilly and Ed Smith. At the New York Historical Society Museum.

Indie Star Review

A century of ink: Tattoo exhibit in North Salem Michelle Falkenstein, For The Journal News A review “Of Pirates, Mermaids and True Love: 100 Years of Tattoo Art” (Sept. 21-Nov. 12)” at the Hammond Museum & Japanese Stroll Garden

James-Litaker

James Litaker

James Litaker graduated the School of Visual Arts, studied the Masters in Amsterdam and brought his drawing talent and renaissance eye back to the sights and sounds of Harlem and Greenwich Village.  Although still in love with the daily wonders and diversity of N.Y.C   James Litaker now resides and creates in Upstate N.Y.  

How to Remove Lamination from Vintage Paper Tattoo Art

Thomas Berg sheets previously laminated sometime in the recent decades but dating back to the earliest times of the 20th century find new life in harsh solvents and patient restoration. Learn how to remove glue based laminate from water color and inked paper while removing glue or rubber cement without damage in the process.

Carl Van Brunt

Triple Zero Drive By By Curator Pamela Hart You are viewing the fractal dimension – a meditation of shapes that repeats endlessly. These forms, called fractals, are like fun house mirrors. No matter how far you look into them, you see essentially the same thing over and over again. Artist Carl Van Brunt plays with […]

Art in America

  David Ebony, Managing Editor at Art in America Magazine visits Lift Trucks Project exhibit, The Unknowning Hand.

Toby Rosser

Toby rosser exhibits at The Drive By Gallery, October 2015. He is a painter, fabricator and graphic designer. Click on any image below to view more details and information.  Read the artist bio below the slider. Malaga, 2011 36″x48″ acrylic on canvas Housatonic#8, 2015 40″x30″ digital print Buenos Aires 2007 48″x60″ acrylic on canvas Juniper, 2015 36″x60″ […]

New York Observer: “Body Electric” Showcases Tattoo Art

Getting your current squeeze’s name needled into your butt when you’ve had a few too margaritas has become a rite of passage for a whole new generation, but it’s also become a well-recognized, even revered, art form, as the variety and quality of the work currently on view at the Ricco/Maresca Gallery in Chelsea shows. […]

Chronogram Magazine

Mike Cockrill Bio, 2015 Classically trained at the most traditional of art schools, the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Mike Cockrill launched one shocking assault after another on the art world with his early work in the 1980s. From the psychosexual mayhem of his 1982 graphic novel The White Papers, to his brash cartoon […]

Mike Cockrill

Mike Cockrill exhibits at The Drive-By Gallery in Croton Falls, NY. See images from the Drive- By Gallery in the slider on this page. mikecockrill.com Classically trained at the most traditional of art schools, the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Mike Cockrill launched one shocking assault after another on the art world with his […]

The ‘Body Electric’ at Ricco/Maresca Gallery

MARGOT MIFFLIN, GUEST CURATOR/ IN ASSOCIATION WITH LIFT TRUCKS PROJECT So, what is the “Tattoo Window of Regret?” By Christopher Murray | 10/07/14 5:45pm Getting your current squeeze’s name needled into your butt when you’ve had a few too margaritas has become a rite of passage for a whole new generation, but it’s also become […]

Inked Magazine: Body Electric-An Artistic History of Tattoos

How often do you pass someone on the street with tattoos and stop to think Wow, tattoos have come a long way in the last 100 years? Well, if you don’t, now is the time to start. Margot Mifflin, author of Bodies of Subversion: A Secret History of Women and Tattoo and curator of the […]

Richard Osaka

When I started painting, I had a vague notion of what its meaning and relationship was to my previous years as an illustrator working in advertising and publishing. I do acknowledge impatience as a result of a creative restlessness that pushed me towards self-examination as opposed to the role of a problem solver for clients. […]