New Painting by Micah

Oh man, I am so happy I didn't spill anything on this watercolor before I could finish. Let me tell you, I was REALLY close to spilling all KINDS of things on this painting, here's a list:

-jay ski (you gotta watch out or he'll sneak up and spill stuff on your paintings during holiday parties)
-different variety of sandwich

Yeah, it's extensive. Anyways, I did finish it, so here it is:


Not a great photo, but you get the idea. Anyways, have a great holiday! We still have free high fives all-day, every-day, so come on in and get one,

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Micah Featured in Book of Skull Art!

Resident shop apprentice, Micah, has one of his drawings featured in the recently published book, Skull Book Volume 1. Collecting together black and white artwork of skulls by tattoo artists around the world, the first volume of the Skull Book ranges from realistic and representational work to stylized and abstract pieces.

Micah contributed the following ball-point pen drawing from an on-going series he is currently pursuing. Keep your eyeballs on their site,, for information on the publication of their second volume, in which Micah has four more featured drawings.


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As the shop apprentice, Micah is always looking for some smaller and simpler work to flesh out his portfolio. Make sure to give us a ring in the shop here or send us an email if you think you have a piece that would suit him well!

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New Work by Micah: Warthog Skull

Just last Sunday I got to tattoo this black and grey warthog skull on my buddy Trevor's arm. Trevor is one of my favorite Salem locals, a super metal dude with a big beard who rides around in our bike crew every day and I was psyched to get a chance to start some work on his arms. After tattooing a bunch of cartoon characters on his legs, he finally gave me the go-ahead to start work on filling up his arms with black and grey skulls, demons, zombies, and really anything else along those lines. We settled upon this warthog skull I drew up for him and got to work fleshing out some gaps in his sleeves.

As the shop apprentice, I&#039

;m always looking for some smaller, simpler pieces to help flesh out my portfolio. I'm currently pushing towards a more traditional style, so make sure to give me a ring in the shop here if you have anything in mind!


Trevor's Warthog Skull

Trevor's Warthog Skull