PAIN Magazine quickly established itself as a must read for professional tattoo Artists, piercers and other body modification professionals. PAIN Magazine is the only true Trade Publication exclusively serving this industry. PAIN maintains steady growth, keeping pace with grown popularity of the tattoo and piercing industry. PAIN has a readership of over 36,000 and a circulation of approximately 12,000. The Magazine is mailed to 9,000 tattoo and body piercing studios across the United States, with 1,000 copies delivered throughout Canada. The remaining 2,000 copies are sent to jewelry stores, gift shops, clothing stores, and a variety of other counter-culture venues. PAIN advertisers tell us their display ads consistently bring in more orders than advertisements placed in other tattoo and piercing publications. PAIN magazines artist, informative and professional format offers the best buy per advertising dollar.
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Who did you apprentice under? I was fortunate enough to apprentice under several artists in Southern California. Learning different techniques and theories from each artist, helped me develop methods that worked for me. I feel like I learned a lot from what didn't work for me as well as what did. Education in tattooing definitely didn't stop after my apprenticeship. I've learned a lot from other artists that I've met and worked with.
What makes a good tattoo artist? There are many things that make a good artist in my opinion. I think one of the biggest traits is the ability to continue to learn and progress. Being able to adapt to situations. Nobody's skin is the same and during any tattoo, there can be minor roadblocks and having the ability and patience to overcome them, can make or break a tattoo.
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