Phil Berge is an artist at the Tattoo Shack in Quebec. He inked 19 different people with Bart Simpson on his skateboard, each one slightly different. When he put all 19 tattoos together, it's an animation of Bart doing a kick flip! (YouTube...Show More Summary
Tattoo artist Phil Berge's handiwork is old school, yes, but some of his tats more than that. They are animated! How does he do it? At the Tattoo Shack in Quebec where he works, he inks multiple people with one frame of an animation. For...Show More Summary
Tattoo artist Phil Berge at the Tattoo Shack in Quebec City created 19 slightly different tattoos of a skateboarding Bart Simpson on 19 different people. When viewed in rapid sequence they reveal a stop-motion animated image of Bart Simpson doing a kickflip: A post shared by Phil Berge (@philberge) on Feb 26, 2017 at 12:49pm PST [via Geekologie and /r/gifs]
This is a stop motion video of Bart Simpson doing a kickflip, created by tattoo artist Phil Berge of the Tattoo Shack of Quebec using nineteen tattoos on nineteen different people. What an exclusive club to be a part of. I wonder why I was asked to be involved. Show More Summary
At Printed Matter’s annual event, some of the highlights were objects that expanded upon the idea of what books can provide: an affordable means to experience and collect art. The post From Flash Tattoos to a Fotomat Shack, Looking Beyond Books at the LA Art Book Fair 2017 appeared first on Hyperallergic.
Visualize your local tattoo parlor. If you don't have a lot of tattoos, or don't know a reputable, clean, and sanitary tattoo artist, you're probably thinking of some seedy back-alley shack with hanging lights and cigarette smoke hanging...Show More Summary