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Why Buy From Lucky Supply?

Why Buy From Lucky Supply?

Back in 2014, on a trip to Orlando, I discovered we weren't far from the legendary Lucky Supply Tattoo Museum. They were so welcoming and friendly, I couldn't wait to go back. This time, they agreed to show us around the warehouses, pulling back the curtain on their production process, all the while surrounded by years of tattoo history.Lucky Supply is a family owned and operated tattoo supplier established in 2000 by Jimmy Whitlock. Lucky's has a strong passion for the highest quality products, with most products manufactured in-house or produced by a tight-knit group of tattooers. Jimmy and his team create some of the best equipment available, machining parts for your favourite builders, including Bert Krak, Aaron Cain and many other massive names. Having witnessed the process first hand, it’s clear that attention to detail is of paramount importance.
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Wendy Pham

Wendy Pham

When I first got started in tattooing, I remember being blown away by the work coming out of Australia. The ever changing style of neo-traditional being pushed out by the heavyweight giants from the other side of the world melted my mind. Wendy Pham, one of the many incredible talents from across the seas, was one of my biggest influences back then so to get the opportunity to chat with her and pick her brain was incredibly humbling.Wendy's blend of westernised Japanese with strong neo-trad elements really does stand out a mile, making for some incredibly refreshing tattoos. Wendy Pham now works from Taiko Gallery in Berlin alongside the equally talented Guen Douglas so we caught up with them at the 10th annual Brighton Tattoo Convention, with Guen's interview following soon.
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Lice For Life

Lice For Life

Simon Lice, better known as Lice 4 Life, is a wood-cut artist and print-maker creating morbid collages and striking one-of-a-kind works from the comfort of his home in Melbourne, Australia. Over the years, Lice’s work has developed a synonymous relationship with tattoo culture – drawing from the same skull-ridden well. Here, Lice demystifies this connection and speaks to the thinking behind his infamous wood-cut work – as well as his affairs with jewellery and hand-poked tattooing.
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