Working hard. Hardly working.
WORK IN PROGRESS. NOT FINISHED YET. NOT EVEN NEAR IT
ONLY JUST a preview of a new song I’m working on.
Nyhavn 17 in Copenhagen is the Worlds oldest tattoo studio. This piece of history is to be closed down! The owners of the building have ended the lease as they want to use the premises as a kitchen for their outdoor restaurant. It is utterly disgraceful to destroy this cultural and important place of tattoo history!
The owner of the building also tried to throw out both legendary artist Ole Hansen in the eighties and later on Tattoo Bimbo / Jørgen Thorstein, and now it’s the owner Majbritt Petersens turn to “fight” them.
The case is going to court on the 14th September. Please help support the fight by signing this petition which is gonna be used in court as defend of our trade and history to join here. Thanks! Frank Rosenkilde and Majbritt Petersen.
Geometric cat. My last tattoo of 2016. Stoked about 2017 and all the killer tattoos I’m gonna do.
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Forget using hand-sanitizer to help you stay healthy. According to a study done by three researchers at the University of Alabama, if you want to avoid getting sick, make some appointments to get tattoos.
Researchers have found that getting multiple tattoos actually makes you have a stronger immune system, which allows you to fight off infections. But the key to fighting those infections is not stopping with just one piece of custom ink – the more tattoos, the better.
The study found that the levels of the antibody immunoglobulin A (IgA) in your body will decrease right after the first tattoo because of the stress on your body. But decreasing levels of IgA antibodies weren’t as common with those that continued to get inked, because the body will use immunological agents that fight any possible infections that may occur because of the new tattoo. Which translates to: the more tattoos you get, the stronger your immune system becomes!