The Infamous was at the 2012 Philadelphia Tattoo Convention working on our article about Rich Menet, the tattoo artist we featured in Issue 7. While we were there, we shot some video of him tattooing a “Liberty Belle” pin-up girl on his twin brother, Rob. After the jump, peep the video and read some more of Rich’s thought’s about the tattoo game.
Phil America’s travel photography depicts everything from refugee and political situations in Southeast Asia (specifically Burma/Myanmar and Thailand) to the transit situations of Europe (specifically… everywhere). More photos after the jump.
For more than ten years, Danish style-master BATES has spent thousands of hours secretly building up his own private hall of fame at a sand factory in Malmö, Sweden. In this edition of Ironlak Films Bates discusses his self-initiated project and shows off the collection of artwork.
Shot/Interview: Luke Shirlaw.
Cut: Selina Miles.
Check out Bates’ interview in the first issue of The Infamous here.
The producers of “Year-round Metal Enjoyment,” a freight train and graffiti documentary are going the crowd-sourcing route to fund the post production of the film. Check the trailer; more information and photos after the jump.
New Jersey aerosol artist and friend of The Infamous CreativeSite is having a solo exhibition show in Long Island City, Queens, this weekend at The Gallery@5PointzNYC. He will be featuring a selection of artwork and apparel on Saturday, May 18, and Sunday, May 19, from 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
The Gallery@5PointzNYC is located at 45-46 Davis St., Long Island City, NY, 11101. Check it out. If you can’t, check out Shawn Mack, aka “Site” at www.creativsite.net to see what he’s working on. The flyer is here; the photos are after the jump.
This is a cross-post from our Kickstarter campaign: http://kck.st/ZKO4hW
We know that many, if not most, people visiting this Kickstarter page may not be familiar with The Infamous magazine. And we also know that the people who have seen the magazine can’t get enough of it. That’s why we’ve compiled a “greatest hits” sample presentation of pages that have already been in The Infamous. Check it out and decide if this is the kind of thing you want to continue! And don’t forget to share, share, share.
The Infamous has launched a Kickstarter campaign in a direct appeal to its readers and supporters. It’s already off to a great start. Thank you to those who have already donated, and those who are going to donate, and to all of the magazine’s supporters.
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Recently, members of the SPD received their copies of the Society of Publication Designers 47th Publication Design Annual showcasing “The Best Magazine Design, Photography, Illustration, Infographics, and Digital” for 2011. The Infamous magazine was featured in the pages of this high-quality art tome as 2011 Society of Publication Designers Merit Award Winners.
A friend of The Infamous is raising money to bring “Rubble Kings,” a documentary about New York City gang culture of the 1960s and ’70s, to the masses. The Rubble Kings team needs funds to pay the bills… something we are all too familiar with here at The Infamous. While the film is basically complete, “Rubble Kings” has lots of rare archival footage and dope music that needs to clear, and the money raised on Kickstarter will go towards making all of that legal.