My Road Is Filled With Ink

At the tattoo conventions in Warsaw (Poland), Marseille (France), Milano (Italy), Linas (France) and Bangkok (Thailand), I was captured by some friends and fellow tattoo photographers.

Warning: This is a total ego-tripping post: photos of me at tattoo conventions, plus a few from couchsurfing parties. If you ever wondered: Life as a tattoo photographer is filled with ink.
#feedtheego #shameless

Photo: Bastien Perche

Photo: Bastien Perche

Thank you very much for the photos everyone! Much obliged!

Thanks for the ink to all the artists:

  • Peerapong Bank Tattoo – Nakhon Pathom, Thailand.
  • Nessa Puskas – Tattoo Times, Paris, France.
  • Natcha Plainche – Bubblebrain tattoo’n’art, Bangkok, Thailand.
  • Stephane Loudin – Sax Tattoo Shop, Savigny-sur-Orge, France.
  • Nick King – Nick KingTattoo, Montreal, Canada.
  • Ajarn Matthieu – Thailand.
  • Manuella Ana – Lollipop Tattoo & Hot Piercing, Laval, France.
  • Roger Vognstølen – Lowlife Tattoo, Trondheim, Norway.
  • Tor Ola Svennevig – Ihuda Tattoo, Fredrikstad, Norway.

Special thanks to Peerapong Banktattoo and Nessa Puskas.
Plus Shelly d’Inferno for all the fun in Marseille & Linas!  

The next convention on my schedule is the 4th Titanic International Tattoo Convention Belfast on the 14-16 of July.

Some links:




5 thoughts on “My Road Is Filled With Ink

  1. I assume tatoos get addictive. 🙂 Once you get one, you can’t stop…so you get more, and more. What a great community of artists all over the world.

    The bad guy has an incredible head of art instead of hair. Bravo!


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