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Ruben Chavez, a Los Angeles native, has been collecting for nearly 50 years. With work from tattoo legends such as Freddie Negrete, The Dutchman, Eddie Deutsche, Brian Everett and many others, Ruben still finds himself seeking out work from around the world. Ruben sat down with Tattoo Marque Magazine to talk to us about his journey collecting art. For the full article, check out our Sept/Oct issue of Tattoo Marque. Below are images from his photoshoot.
Growing up in the southwest we are immersed in a plethora of different cultures and subcultures,
We caught up with Sullen model and Tattoo Collector Bernadette Macias recently and asked her a fe
Growing up in the southwest we are immersed in a plethora of different cultures and subcultures, but the one culture that is prevalent is the ancestry to the south. Many of Chicanos, Latinos, Hispanics, or whatever you want to call yourself has ties to Mexico and the culture it brings with it. Whether you are religious or not the most famous tradition that has spread all around is Dia de los muertos translated meaning Day of the Dead. This tradition is one that goes back hundreds of years and has only built from its past origins.
We caught up with Sullen model and Tattoo Collector Bernadette Macias recently and asked her a few questions about her career as well as her collection. Here is what she had to say:
TM: When did you get your first tattoo, what was it and who did it?