Another crazy week.
On Monday we promised we’d show you some of the work from Thomas Morgan and Shon Lindauer while they’re at the studio- today we can show some of this off for you! Remember, Thomas and Shon are leaving on the 14th, so if you want to be tattooed by them, what the hell are you waiting for? Come down to the studio and book yourself in before all of their space is really gone.
I think the best thing to do, because there’s so much to get through, is to show you all what’s been happening with our guests today. On Monday news from the usual suspects will be here, as well as some final pictures from Thomas and Shon before they leave us again!
Okay, here’s some pictures! First up, I’ll show you Thomas’ work from the week. Here’s a lovely rose he tattooed on the wonderful Fenella.
Thomas also did a lovely timepiece, with some more roses on Sarah.
Thomas also did some really cool tattoos on Shon, Ian and Hayley. Since we now live in a time where idiots like to tattoo each other in their kitchens or get their own names and uneven tribal on their necks, it’s probably a good idea to point out that these three have tattoos about their collar because they’re tattooers, so they can. Enough of the lecture, look at this:
A picture speaks a thousand words, but this one only needs eight: Hayley is harder than the lot of you.
Okay, there’s Thomas’ work from the week! Here’s some stuff from Shon. First up, here’s a tattoo he did on Dave’s thigh. This is really cool, and is the traditional style he’s become quite well known for:
Shon also tattooed this really cool piece on Blake- usually a lot of people get daggers through their necks like this, so it’s a really cool take on it.
Finally from Shon, let’s have some more roses. Why not, eh?
Okay, that’s your lot for this week! On Monday, we’ll have up some news from everyone else in the studio, and as always, some great work for you to see. Since we know how impatient people on the Internet can be, here’s a sneaky peek, with an owl Ian did the other day. It’s brilliant. Until next time, everyone!