Friends Of The Two Dollar Tattoo Project

Good Guy Tattoo SupplyBodyArtPro Aftercare

Our Generous Sponsors, Please Visit These Sites And Buy Their Products!

NO FREE TATTTOOS!

If you are not familiar with the Two Dollar Tattoo Project please CLICK HERE! to get the 411 or read the sidebar info. To clarify this project is for industry professionals and not meant to be a way for the general public to get a tattoo for only Two Dollars. Please be sure to click on the images to see them large enough to really appreciate them. Our little project is run exclusively by the volunteer time of working professionals and the generosity of our industry sponsors. Help keep the lights on here, please comment if you like what you see and check out our great sponsors. To see our recent winners click here!

Friday, February 26, 2010

Two Dollar Futurama Tattoos By Seven Crowns Tattoo



Some of you may know Matthew Ellis and George Brown as two of the fine artists that helped to launch this project with me and continue to make help set the bar and help maintain the integrity of the project. Check out the awesome video they made (with the help of a friend that needs a website I can link back to, hey credit where credit is due.) for the project. Lots more images and videos to come in the next few days. There is a backlog to get caught up on so please keep visiting for new content as we get it. And as always the artists who submit work to this site are fueled by your comments, lets help make them feel important.

2 comments:

David_Turcotte said...

How could there not be a comment on this yet?

Every time I visit this site, it makes me want to get a tattoo. I was discussing the project with my roommates. This exact idea actually came up in our conversation (before any of us had seen it done). I'll have to show them the video.

Five stars for the video, by the way. It was nicely done.

George Brown said...

We can thank Mr. Peter Gualtieri for the vid and our brilliant counter gal, Eva, for the opportunity to do thes fun little numbers. Don't worry about doubling up...another Futurama set with a different slant is A-OK.