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Colorado Tattoo Convention & Expo 2016

Friday, September 30, 10:00AM @ National Western Complex
Tattoo convention for National,Regional & Local Artist Live Body Art Modification by over 150 Tattoo Artists, Live Body Art Modification Demonstrations, over 20+ competition categories for Best...
Competitions, Conventions, Off the Wall, Pop Culture

Tattoo Artist Milo Alfring Has Made His Mark

6 months ago by Stephanie Grey
Kneeling on the floor of his Steamboat Springs shop, Atlas Tattoo Studio, artist/owner Milo Alfring wades through pages of slightly crumpled, brightly colored drawings. The images, usually residing in an unassuming black filing cabinet, now spread almost halfway across the floor. "I don't usually get to look at these," Alfring...
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Best Selection of Body Jewelry

Sol Tribe Tattoo & Body Piercing

From steel studs to shell plugs, Sol Tribe is the place to fill your body-modification needs. The shop carries a seemingly endless selection of body jewelry in all shapes, sizes and materials, including gold, silver, bone, glass, wood, stone, shell and stainless steel. But staffers don't just sell the hardware;...

Five reasons restaurant employees should be allowed to have tattoos and piercings

4 years ago by Jenn Wohletz
Being stylish has its price: For restaurant employees, having a tongue barbell, ear plugs, bright pink locks or an anime tattoo on their arms could get them fired, bitched at -- or not hired in the first place. An unconventional look with body modifications and Manic Panic really should not...

Ryan Policky and The Enigma on their horror-themed booth at Denver Comic Con

2 years ago by Tom Murphy
Ryan Policky of Bloodshed Deathbath Productions is teaming up with The Enigma and Daniel Crosier of Mother Mind Studios to present one of the most unusual booths at Denver Comic Con 2014 where Crosier, The Enigma and Serana Rose, along with their comic-artist collaborators, will release issue 3 of Show...

It's always a Nightmare Before Christmas at Bound By Design (photos)

5 years ago by Jenn Wohletz
This is one in a series of posts in honor of Denver Arts Week that salute some of our favorite people and places on the arts scene. The beauty part of art for art's sake is that it doesn't have to be expensive, or be hung in a gallery to...

Keenu Tiyme murder trial: Long, strange trip to justice in death of tattoo artist Kauri Tiyme

6 years ago by Alan Prendergast
Barring a last-minute deal, attorneys will be picking a jury Monday morning in Denver District Court to decide the fate of Keenu Tiyme -- more than two-and-a-half years after the body piercer was arrested and charged with the gruesome death of his ex-wife, 39-year-old tattoo artist Kauri Tiyme, in what...

Think Ink

7 years ago by Amber Taufen
In recent years, the tattoo industry has moved on from stereotypes of social deviance and freak-show connotations to become an art form that many people respect. (It’s much more difficult to find a tattooed lady in a sideshow these days.) A generation ago, tattoos were considered social suicide in certain...

In life and death, tattoo artist Kauri Tiyme made her mark

8 years ago by Alan Prendergast
For more photos of Kauri Tiyme, go to The maid found her. It was close to checkout time on Saturday, October 18, and a member of the housekeeping staff at the Denver Marriott Tech Center used her pass key to enter the room. One look, and she knew she...

Keenu Tiyme verdict: 1st-degree murder in slaying of wife/body artist Kauri Tiyme

5 years ago by Alan Prendergast
It took Keenu Tiyme five agonizing days to end the life of his ex-wife Kauri, as one exit plan after another -- pills, suffocation, strangulation, wrist-cutting, even attempts to buy a gun or jump off the bridge spanning the Royal Gorge -- failed miserably. It took a Denver jury just...


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