BIZMUT
Interview with the French artist

Interview with Bizmut, a talented artist located in the South of France. Art and Ride!

When I was in France recently for my last art show, I met a cool and talented artist based in the city where my mother lives.
We met and had a couple of beers, while talking about our experiences in the art scene.
The illustrator and painter who worked for many brands of the board culture was also about to travel to Bali.
I gave him some advices about the life on the island of gods, and we drank more beers.
More about the French artist Christophe Cabannes aka Bizmut.

Time To Be Wild for the illustrator

Time To Be Wild for the illustrator

PLEASE INTRODUCE YOURSELF
I’m Christophe Cabannes aka Bizmut, illustrator, artist and graphic designer in freelance, living in Biarritz (France).
I started skateboarding and snowboarding about 20 years ago, and i have now the privilege to mix my 2 passions: art and ride.

Totem for Poney Session with acrylic & poska on wood - 2m x 1,30m x 1m

Totem for Poney Session with acrylic & poska on wood – 2m x 1,30m x 1m

HOW WOULD YOU DESCRIBE YOUR WORK?
My artwork fit between the movements of “New figuration” and “Lowbrow”.
I like representing figurative and surrealist things, with flashy colors and some messages: seeking madness, adrenalyne, truth, justice, faith…
My themes of reflexion are human condition, natural elements, earlier civilizations, esotericism, board-culture…
There is a small feature in my work, i often use forms of black lightning shearing the subject and giving to the work a sense of power.

Dark Angel is the name of a make up artwork painted by the artist

Dark Angel is the name of a make up artwork painted by the artist

PLEASE SHARE WITH US YOUR WORKING PROCESS
I think that drawing take a major place in my work: this is the beginning, the based…come after colors, techniq, style…on paper, canvas or computer.
After having spend a lot of time to paint and organize exhibitions, i now devote much more collaborations with snowboarding brands like DC shoes, Billabong outerwear, Electric visual…
In these cases, the only constraints are to use the same colors of their next collections, and to comply with the chosen theme. After i have a total liberty to create illustrations and decos.

Skateboard customized with an hand made painting

Skateboard customized with an hand made painting

HOW DOES YOUR ENVIRONMENT INFLUENCE YOUR ART?
In my youth, I lived in the middle of the forest and wildlife, and summer and winter, I followed the seasons by going to the ocean or the mountains.
That’s why i love drawing natural elements like mountains, waves, wild animals, vegetation…

Wall painting

Wall painting

WHO ARE YOUR INFLUENCES?
Ride, music, art, friends, actuality…all and nothing !
I really appreciate the work of:

  • Craola
  • Jeff Soto
  • Jeremy Fish
  • Skinner
  • Broken Fingaz, etc…
Allover design for DC shoes by Bizmut

Allover design for DC shoes by Bizmut

ANY LAST WORD?
I’m working on a new exhibition, something very wild which refers to our past civilizations…paintings and custom sculptures… well, stay tuned !
And big thanks for this interview ! I really like your recent work with all these characters with tribal masks, intense vegetation… I think we are in the same approch : “Back to the roots” !

Live Painted snowboard for Salomon

Live Painted snowboard for Salomon

LE CHIEN A DEUX TETES
Interview with French artists Koa and Mors

Le Chien A Deux Tetes is a new collective of artists by Koa from Sang Noir Studio and Mors.

Here is an interview where you will learn more about the influences, and working process of the two French artists.
More about the inspiring artist duo Le Chien A Deux Tetes.

Flash Tatoo Set poster by Le Chien A Deux Tetes

Flash Tatoo Set poster by Le Chien A Deux Tetes

PLEASE INTRODUCE YOURSELF
Le Chien A Deux Tetes is a creative collective.
Two heads one feature.
KOA & MORS are two illustrators inspired by the traditionnal tattoo and engraving images from old ages.

Barbarian, detail of a clack and white artwork by Koa and Mors

Barbarian, detail of a clack and white artwork by Koa and Mors

HOW WOULD YOU DESCRIBE YOUR WORK?
We do black and white illustrations with dots and traditional tattoo inking.
We also try to make our illustrations lines as clean as we can.
We make commons illustrations more than making illustration by our own sides for more impact.
We work on fantastic images and symbolism.

PLEASE SHARE WITH US YOUR WORKING PROCESS
We start by a common reflexion.
After we do some sketches and we do the inking with rotrings and natural pigments.

Salamander, detail of an illustration by Le Chien A Deux Tetes for Cheval Noir Editions

Salamander, detail of an illustration by Le Chien A Deux Tetes for Cheval Noir Editions

HOW DOES YOUR ENVIRONMENT INFLUENCE YOUR ART?
Principaly by music, tattoo and old engravings.
We don t live in a Norvegian wood with wolves, but it could be fun to try this 🙂

WHO ARE YOUR INFLUENCES?

  • Durer
  • Dore
  • Escher
  • Bosch
  • Bruegel
  • Sailor Jerry
  • Lyle Tuttle
  • August “Cap” Coleman

Medieval images, paganism, occult images and also dead stuff like taxidermy and curiosity cabinet…

Visual identity for the artist collective Le Chien A Deux Tetes

Visual identity for the artist collective Le Chien A Deux Tetes

ANY LAST WORD?
As KOA has a new born publishing house Cheval Noir Editions, we will publish prints, tee shirts and other cool stuffs.
We have an upcoming exhibition in Berlin for the next year but it s still a secret.

GUILLAUMIT new video
The 1000 People Band

Guillaumit new animated video has just been released

The artist Guillaumit has created a new animated video for his musical project Gangpol & Mit.
I asked some questions to the illustrator, who tells us more about this visual extension of his musical live project.

Guillaumit

Enter the world of Guillaumit

Can you tell us a little bit more about Gangpol & Mit?
We are a duo consisting of a musician and a designer – animator, and we worked together for almost 10 years.
Our schedule is divided between many audiovisual concerts and studio work, expo, books, orders …

What was the concept behind this video?
This video is an online variation of The band 1000 people live concert you can see below.
We wanted to see a large number of musicians, each with its specific identity, and to confront them in unlikely, coherent, and balanced way. The encounters works miraculously for the time of a song.

How did you work on the animation?
We started thinking about this video about 6 months ago. I first created all the characters, then I had fun to combine them together. To animate this little world, I worked with Florian Teyssié, which did about half of the animation work.
The sync work with the music was eventually done step by step, according to the evolution of the songwriting… A nightmare.

What connection do you do between visual design and musical creation with Gangpol & Mit?
We are currently exploring a specific form of cartoon musical that links both. The virtual characters play music, be it in a video like this one, or with us on stage during the concerts. We keep a classical narrative approach in the content or the music. We don’t do, for example, pure abstract sound or graphics.

What projects are you working on nowadays?
With Sylvain we are working on a version 2.0 of the drawing tables.
We want to build furnitures and musical instruments with further interactions between image and sound.
In addition we still have a lot of Gangpol & Mit concerts scheduled.

SPETO
Brazilian street art

Interview with legendary brazilian street artist Speto.

When I interviewed Rodrigo Level, the brazilian street artist cited Speto as one of his influences. As a matter of fact, Speto is one the graffiti pioneer in Brazil. Nothing would have been the same without this guy who as been involved in the street art for the past 27 years. Who can beat that?
More about Speto.

speto portrait

Portrait of the brazilian street artist

PLEASE INTRODUCE YOURSELF
I am Speto , I am 40 years old, I was Born in Sao Paulo City, and I have been doing graffiti over the past 27 years.

brazil graffiti

Black and white mural typical of Speto style

HOW WOULD YOU DESCRIBE YOUR WORK?
A lot of passion for Brazil and brazilian culture, especially The Cordel style. I portray things in a simple and playful way.
I mix several technics , I do graffiti like wood-carving and everything else as a reflection of how I see the world.

graphic design street art

Some artworks mix illustration and graffiti influences

PLEASE SHARE WITH US YOUR WORKING PROCESS
I began graffiti in 1985 and in 1986 I started to do illustrations for Skate magazines and Record jacket’s . I had two different styles, My graffiti style was very traditional , hip hop based and my illustration style was a mix of everything else , like tattoos, wood carving prints etc- but it was only in 1999 that I
blended both styles. At this stage I was working for a brazilian band named O RAPPA, doing live painting performances during their concerts. I became very skilled and agile doing live pantings ( a concert had a 1:30 hours ) , my drawing was super bold, it needed to be sharp enough to be seeing from far distances – I travelled around Brazil painting for a public of more then 10.000 people at some concerts
and ended up doing more than 360 paintings in total – I’ve learnt so much from this period, from the live paintings. As I started working when Computers were not around, I learnt lots of technics in a classic way and I try to blend them very subtly. The artwork value is in it’s contents, in the capacity of arousing emotion and visual stimulus.
I always study and do lots of research , my mind is continuously painting and processing images.

speto colorful graffiti

Colorful and slick graffiti artwork

HOW DOES YOUR ENVIRONMENT INFLUENCE YOUR ART?
I came from a neighborhood where the children would play freely on the streets- Riding their bicycles and skateboards , playing with kites ,lantern balloons … My grandfather was a Sambista (samba musician) , My uncle was a soccer player, my father used to sing and my
mother was extremely catholic . All those elements were very important through my childhood and youth. I am a self-taught artist , I did not go to school nor to the University. Graffiti was something completely new back then and there was no school other than the Streets .

speto urban art

Speto urban art

WHO ARE YOUR INFLUENCES?
There are several , here is the list: Picasso, J.Borges, Samico, Portinari, Lucien Freud, Frida Kahlo, Diego Rivera, Ezra Jack Keats, Miroslav Sasek,Aubrey Beardsley,Richard Downs, Clayton Brothers, Guy Le tatto, Thomas Hooper,Posada, Hanna Barbera, Thunder Bird, Russian, tattoos, cartoons, posters, Muhammad Ali etc.

ANY LAST WORD?
Ciao Bello!

SINGAPORE STREET ART
Interview with Antz

Interview with Antz, one of the most talented artist of the Singapore street art scene.

During a recent trip, I met cool Singapore artists. Among them was the really talented Singapore Street art creative called Antz.
I interviewed the man, and he talks about Singapore Street art, his influences, his working process, and the cultural environment in the Lion City.
Discover more inspiring artworks by the Singapore street artist Antz.

PLEASE INTRODUCE YOURSELF
An Asian urban artist + Designer + Sometimes a party monkey.

antz painting

Great painting for the Singapore-based artist and party monkey

HOW WOULD YOU DESCRIBE YOUR WORK?
My style makes heavy references to chinese culture, from mythology to dialect to identity. I managed to create an interesting juxtapozed mash of contemporary urban styles with traditional chinese visuals and influences.

antz street art

Who thought you would find such cool street art in Singapore?

PLEASE SHARE WITH US YOUR WORKING PROCESS
I do a lot of travelings around the world, gaining influences and challenges to push myself. Understand a culture, digest it, and output the final artwork.

antz art

Art sculpture from the talented Antz

HOW DOES YOUR ENVIRONMENT INFLUENCE YOUR ART?
It’s pretty tough in Singapore, as everything is too globalized. I rather slow down my pace and look into details. The only advantage i have is that Singapore offers access to most cultures… Therefore i get my references and can do my researches easily.

illustration

Slick and nice illustration

WHO ARE YOUR INFLUENCES?
From UK band Gorillaz creator Jamie Hewlett, to Asian star Bruce Lee, a good pal MC Yan from LMF hkg, to my cremates of RSCLS.

antz graffiti

Antz graffiti in Singapore

ANY LAST WORD?
Stop and smell art!

LES JEANCLODE
Interview with the French art collective

Les Jeanclode is a French art collective.

The artists from Les Jeanclode are some of the most talented illustrators from the new generation, and I had the chance to have a small chat with Sebastien, one of the founders of the inspiring crew.
More about French art collective Les Jeanclode.

jeanclode poster

PLEASE INTRODUCE YOURSELF
My name is Sébastien, i’m working at “les jeanclode” with my two friends Mathieu and Nicolas. We’re working on it for almost 8 years now. We are illustrators, and the specifity of our way of making pictures is to work together on a same drawing. Each of us has his personal skill kind of, but the original aim was to mix our skill together to make an unique picture (between designs, colors, type…).

Artwork on a ship by Les Jeanclode

HOW WOULD YOU DESCRIBE YOUR WORK?
Our work is sometimes colorfull, sometimes only in black and white, sometimes in flat color sometimes with lines and effect. In a word, it’s impossible to speak about one style. Because of our way of working, we don’t want to stay in one style particularly. We just want to keep the same energy, the desire to make picture together and the most important : the pleausure we get working together. I think this pleasure is more emblematic than a speach on our style. You have to discover by yourself, and make your own idea of our universe 🙂

 by Les Jeanclode wall painting

PLEASE SHARE WITH US YOUR WORKING PROCESS
Usually, and especially for some complicated pictures, we used to design and compose with adobe illustrator. It’s a good way for us to sketch, to try many different colors, composition. This soft is really handy, you can reduce or enlarge as you want, files are always very light.
Then sometimes from this illustrator file we switch on adobe photoshop, to get more textures, more effects, lighting etc.
We also use to work on many exhibitions for a while now (with a bigger crew called jeanspezial), and we would like to use our handmade skills to mix with computer graphics to get richer picture. We use to make some etchings, or linoleum. It’s another way to make picture in a different way than computer (even if it’s not that easy to use this kind of process for advertising).

Wall painting by Les Jeanclode

HOW DOES YOUR ENVIRONMENT INFLUENCE YOUR ART?
Our environment influences our art definitly, influences our life so naturally our way to make picture. We are all living in paris right now, and it’s difficult to get some large space to work, so if we want to paint something big, we have to go down the streets on a wall. There is no other choice. So sometimes it’s fun sometimes boring because you can’t keep your work with you. But it’s also a way to be more spontanious, more free in your way of painting. Our current environment is propicious to meet a lot of different people. Gallerist, art director, a lot of different creative people. It’s a good way to work on a lot of different project, that’s what we are always looking for, have fun on a lot of different things.

Nice print by Les Jeanclode

WHO ARE YOUR INFLUENCES?
We have a lot of influences of course, each of us, and we’re three people. So I let you guess the mess ! More seriously, we have all different influences, but we try to mix our wishes all together and get something new.
To give you some famous name, I’m personnaly a huge fan of Jeremyville stuff, definitly one of my current god haha, but we are also fond of Blexbolex for example, or Mark Ryden. A lot of different influences as you can see.
We use to watch a lot of different things, it’s really important for us to be always in movement, we’re trying to do something new as often as possible.
We don’t want to have a sticker on us with one style for life. No way.
We are making pictures together, with fun and happyness, that’s it.

MICHAEL C HSIUNG
Interview with the LA artist

Michael C Hsiung is a self taught artist/illustrator from Los Angeles, CA.
If you like centaurs, mermen, and obese hairy men drinking (and I’m not talking about Australians here), then you’ll love Michael C. Hsiung works. The artist currently lives in Los Angeles, CA, and has produced artworks for prestigious names like Enjoi Skateboards, Oxford American Magazine, Dr. Martens, among others. I exchanged a few words with this cool “facially hairy Asian”.
More about Michael C. Hsiung.
Twitter: @michaelchsiung

Hairy man on a bicycle

Hairy man on a bicycle

How would you describe your work?
I guess my work is illustrative mixed with humor, done in mostly pen or ink and usually black and white with little bit of color. The subjects of my work usually feature weird animals, creatures, and obese hairy men drinking, carousing and/or skating.

Father with a kid and a dead animal

Father with a kid and a dead animal

Please share with us your working process.
I usually grab a pencil and sketch, working out ideas as I am doing then. After, I usually outline the rest in pen or sometimes ink, adding shading, patterning and/or color. It doesn’t always happen so smoothly though.

Artwork by Michael C Hsiung

Artwork by Michael C Hsiung

How does your environment influence your art?
Sometimes my environment does influence my art, but I guess it’s not sometime that typically does. For instance, my apartment is always surrounded by artworks, books and/or decorations that influence a piece. I have swords, unicorns portraits, and weird stuff like that laying around which can find their way into my artworks. But then again some of my other works aren’t influenced by any of that. I think they are just weird subconscious things that surface.

Illustration of a kinky siren

Illustration of a kinky siren

Who are your influences?
Some many artists I think influence me from Classical, comic book to contemporaries! It’s really hard to pinpoint but stuff like Edward Gorey and Daniel Clowes to my own sister who is an awesome painter, Pearl Hsiung. There’s load of artists too but some folks who I can think of are Travis Millard, Jay Howell, Mel Kadel, Mike Stilkey, and Sieben who really have influenced me by their artwork and work ethic.

Artwork of a man jumping on imaginary creatures

Artwork of a man jumping on imaginary creatures

Any last word?
So far, so good, so what.

UGO GATTONI
Interview with the French artist

Ugo Gattoni tells us more about his artworks and his influences in an exclusive interview.

According to me, Ugo Gattoni is one of the most talented up-coming artist of the new generation.
I discovered Ugo’s work recently, through my french representative Lezilus, who decided to represent him too, and showed me his portfolio. I must say that I’m quite impressed by the talent and dedication (it takes a lot to produce such detailed images) of this new comer, and took the opportunity to exchange a few words with this future star of illustration. For me, Ugo is simply the most talented artist I’ve seen in a long long time.
More about Ugo.

Illustration of a tiger head

Illustration of a tiger head

Please introduce yourself
I’m a graphic designer and illustrator from Paris and I’m 23 years old. I finished my studies in 2010 at EPSAA and then I began to work as a freelance directly after.

Artwork of a detailed city typical of the artist slick style

Artwork of a detailed city typical of the artist slick style

How would you describe your work?
It’s quite difficult to say, my work depend of each command of course but in general I attach a great importance to the finition of the product,
I love working with details, always more and more! I want my work to be poetic but also fun; I try to work in both ways.

Ugo Gattoni artwork for Caravan Palace

Ugo Gattoni artwork for Caravan Palace

Please share with us your working process
In general, for illustrations, I process like that :
After having defined the concept, I do some quick roughs depending of the brief, more for the composition than for the design.
Secondly, when it looks good to the client, I do another rough, which show the design of the illustration, more detailed..
Most of the time I draw with rotring or graphite so I can’t have so much retakes, it’s why I insist on the validation of the rough before I begin the final step!

How does your environment influence your art?
I don’t know, I like simple things like food, tinker… I like the countryside, nature… I like kitsch things like old wallpapers… Love drawing with texture like wood, marble, so yes, I think that it’s influence my art, of course, it’s a part of me

The Folding Knife

The Folding Knife

Who are your influences?
I have several influences, it goes from classicals like Dali, Jerome Bosch… to contemporary graphic designers and illustrators like Micah Lidberg, Jonathan Zawada…
It’s important for me to have a look on websites like http://butdoesitfloat.com/ or http://www.septemberindustry.co.uk/…
Those are just some of my references, and You can see that I attach a great importance to graphic design, not just illustration

Portrait drawing by Ugo

Portrait drawing by Ugo

Any last word?
Have a look on Nobrow’s books, something quite cool is coming soon 🙂

KILL PIXIE
Interview with the Australian artist

Kill Pixie interview

“After watching Kill Pixie burning his fingers and his mindframe to the bone, those of us in his immediate vicinity took it upon ourselves to shed some light into this already luminous world of him, just so you know that everything is a-okay.
Jaime Fazackerley is a filmmaker of independent skateboarding films, and wears pants that are hemmed to show his socks.
George Ribbon recently arrived on our couch, or rather the pull out mattress, from his hometown of NYC, where he is a photographer.
Brett Chan is a futurist, who recently released the film ruthless, he just set up a new board, where he customized a shane cross graphic.”

Brett Chan

CAN YOU GIVE US A LITTLE BACKGROUND ON YOURSELF?
Killpixie: I live in Sydney.
Jaime: Killpixie likes to climb up on big backgrounds where citizens can see his finesse. Lately he has been in the cave concocting artwork for the indoor audience.

Kill Pixie characters

Kill Pixie characters

YOU’LL HAVE A SHOW IN MELBOURNE IN FEBRUARY, WHAT IS IT ALL ABOUT?
Jaime: It’s all about communication and little men running around with shoes.
Killpixie: It’s called ‘EVERYTHINGS A-OK’ and opens on the 20th of Feb at Until Never Gallery, Hosier Lane, Melbourne. New Works and installation. Also it’s the launch of my book Kill Communication.
Brett Chan: On a greater level these works speak of the transormation of things, the osmosis of worlds. The flux of min-sets or internal circumstances. A comment on this pinball game we are all playing.
George: It’s all about destruction. Trucks, walls, roller doors, rooftops, this kind of destruction is in the past. Killpixie is now watching forward, seeing the swarms of creatures destroying themselves, their idols, their ability to see and understand what is right in front of them. And selling paintings.

Mark Whalen painting

Mark Whalen painting

WHAT STUDIO PAINTING AND COMMISSIONED EXHIBITIONS ALLOWS/BRINGS YOU THAT STREET ACTION WOULDN’T, AND VICE VERSA?
Killpixie: It allows me to explore and create more thought out and detailed work rather than my street work which is more quick and simple.

YOU WORK IN CHINA HEIGHTS, WHICH IS AN OPEN SPACE STUDIO IN SYDNEY. HOW THE INTERACTIONS WITH THE OTHER ARTISTS INFLUENCE YOUR PRODUCTION?
Killpixie: No I dont work at China Heights but I have worked with them on projects in the past and had openings with them, they are great to work with and they are supporting good things in the art world.

Sketch book by the artist

Sketch book by the artist

APART FROM THAT, WHO AND WHAT INSPIRE YOU?
Killpixie: I get inspired from different styles of folk art/folklore, cutlures and influences from the past, and different pattern and linear illustration styles.
Brett: Killpixie dreams of scapes.
Of paths to negate.
In realms that carry
More so than the lesser.
A magnitude in weight.

artwork by Mark Whalen aka Kill Pixie

Artwork by Mark Whalen aka Kill Pixie

WHAT DO YOU PLAN TO DO AFTER THIS INTERVIEW?
Killpixie: Painting.
Brett: If we are fortunate enough, killpixie might be around long enough to clean up the dishes, and allow us an unravelling thread into our world that surrrounds us.
George: Watch me get stoned, eat candy and watch movies.
Jaime: Business men they drink my beer, and they paint my earth, none of them knowing what any of this is worth.

LANGO
Interview with the tattoo artist

Lango is a legendary tattoo and street artist I interviewed when I was working for Acclaim magazine.

With a constant increasing quantity of new faces showing up every morning, it is currently essential to find new perspectives for whom who hope to unite personal creations and commercial success in the trendy landscape of tattooing.
With nearly twenty years of practice, the Brazilian artist Lango today masters various tools like Guns, brushes, or even spraycans, with a highly recognizable and tasteful style. Without any art school background to orientate his technique, this multi-faceted creative artist now develops his original approach in his San Diego studio, from where he gives acclaim’s readers the opportunity to know a little bit more about his life and views.

Lango interview published in Acclaim

Lango interview published in Acclaim

COULD YOU TELL US A BIT MORE ABOUT LANGO?
I grew up in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil, where I started tagging at a very young age and was exposed to the skateboarding culture, punk rock, metal (Sarcofago), and was always hanging around older crowds. I had a few friends that were tattooers and they encouraged me to start tattooing, in spite of my hesitation. I started working at a tattoo shop as a counter person during the day and tattooed people at home.

Nice ink on neck by Lango

Nice ink on neck by Lango

WHAT IS THE CREATIVE PROCESS BEHIND YOUR WORK AS A TATTOO ARTIST, A PAINTER, OR A GRAFFITI ARTIST?
I use a different approach for each medium, but a lot of times it all clashes together. When I paint with oils or acrylics, I try to stay away from tattoo imagery. When I use water color, I work more with graphic tattoo related themes. My approach to tattooing is either graphic/traditional or very painterly, depending on the subject matter. With graffiti, I prefer letters over characters, but I also stay away from tattoo imagery when painting characters and look for a medieval or experimental character. My style focuses on old traditional and medieval imagery (skulls, dragons, snakes, witches, heraldic lurkers, etc.), and good old bio-mech.

Big graffiti mural by the artist

Big graffiti mural by the artist

AFTER ALL THOSE YEARS IN THE BUSINESS, WHAT DO YOU THINK ABOUT THE WORLD OF TATTOO TODAY?
When I started tattooing, it was so hard to find information. It was like a secret world so whenever you learned something like making needles you knew that you learned something fundamental and that you had to master that also. I was lucky that I was accidentally around some of the best tattooers in Rio of that time. Nowadays, you can buy everything from home, and there are numerous TV shows related to tattooing. Thanks to those shows, every middle aged person that works into a tattoo shop brings some kind of wack reference, or sad story that has nothing to do with tattooing and expects to get a sleeve in two hours. What was so fascinating about tattoo was the fact that it was underground. Whoever was heavily tattooed was like a rebel, an outlaw. Now every poser has neck and hand tattoos before getting anything else.

Lango arm tattoo

Lango arm tattoo