Earl Brown tattooed in many locations during his career. At his Kentucky tattoo shop, Brown called himself a master tattooist with 35 years’ experience. His card stated, “I originate what others imitate.” It is believed Brown may have learned tattooing from Bert, possibly in St. Louis. Earl Brown’s birth date is unknown, but when he Read more about Earl Brown[…]
What floats our boat about this flash sheet by the master tattooer, Earl Brown? Maybe it’s about the good life. A girl in the bunny suit. Catch a wink and a nod from a lass in a pirate outfit. What’s not to like? Five seductive pin ups all waiting to add their name with yours Read more about How lucky can one guy be?[…]
Art dealer Frank Maresca (Ricco/Maresca Gallery) with author Margot Mifflin (Bodies of Subversion) and curator of upcoming Body Electric tattoo show with Tom Christopher of Lift Trucks Project selecting classical works for the exhibit.