o_380_253_16777215_00___images_blog_images_G01.jpgo_380_253_16777215_00___images_blog_images_G02.jpgo_380_253_16777215_00___images_blog_images_G03.jpgo_380_253_16777215_00___images_blog_images_G04.jpgo_380_253_16777215_00___images_blog_images_G05.jpgo_380_253_16777215_00___images_blog_images_G06.JPGo_380_253_16777215_00___images_blog_images_G07.jpgo_380_253_16777215_00___images_blog_images_G08.jpgo_380_253_16777215_00___images_blog_images_G09.jpgo_380_253_16777215_00___images_blog_images_G10.jpgo_380_253_16777215_00___images_blog_images_G11.jpgo_380_253_16777215_00___images_blog_images_G12.jpgo_380_253_16777215_00___images_blog_images_G13.jpgGlorybound Tattoo

That's the parlour where i'm apprenticing
under the wings of Joe Dynamite.
He's not the only one teaching me tattoo skills : Francisco, MXW and Mr. Levinetto,
my colleagues, take credit for that as well.

Still a long way to walk, taking it step by step,
feeling right at home in this shop, doing what
i wanted to do for a very long time.
Never too old to learn.
I will keep making illustrations and books but right now my focus is on this fine craft.

Thanks to everyone who puts their trust in me, making me progress as a craftsman and as a person.

B&W pictures by Alain Six.