Issue 5: Art à l’encre – Mike Chabot

This issue showcases arts on ink by most talents whose passionate about Tattoos Just like Mike Chabot from Canada. Read this issue on android device and on

The past issues, was remarkably awesome as we showcased many talents, photographers, designers, HMUA and artists, and creations, with all kinds of new projects and ideas. As you know, among other things, we launched this new digital platform. While keeping our main focus on playing a bit of community of support – in which we believe and will continue to believe – we have begun this new digital adventure in order to pursue our objectives through the versatile and speedy instrument that is the web. Especially now, when tattoo is increasingly present online and in everyday life, we feel it is important to also make our voice heard, in order to better represent and reiterate the values we have been defending for over the years. It often happens that someone who is new to the world of tattoo finds themselves disoriented, overwhelmed by the enormous quantity of images and content which they simply aren’t able to catalogue, comprehend or deal with.

We aim so much on recognizing fashion talents and artists including these arts of ink which is identically fashion, but one which has some meaning, story, symbology, and some heritage that defines a meaningful existence of who we are. Just like Mike Chabot passion for tattoos along with it was his lifestyle and fitness.

The idea we want to get across right now is that as far as we are concerned, tattoo is already the ultimate thing, right from the outset: it has a perfect unassailable identity, rooted in the mists of time, which has no need to be modified or made more appealing through clever stratagems.

Tattoo, as a concept, is perfect as it is in its perfect simplicity. But there is a need to tell its story through the events and main players so that it can be understood in its purest essence, with one eye on the past and the other on the future. The compulsive drive to be original and unique, the need to flaunt our personality continually and at any cost, this is something that is eroding the core idea of tattoo which originated as a distinctive mark, a dream that takes shape on the skin and remains there, indelible and forever surprising.

And with these considerations in mind, we have much greater involvement in the current issue as well as our firm commitment to telling the story of some tattoo. We hope we manage to do it all. To become the spokesperson on the web too for an art and culture, passion for fashion that is made of the stuff of dreams. “Wear your dreams”, as the great master once said. This is our wish for you, recognize your dream and give them shape so that they can become a reality.

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