Meet Valerie and her tattoos: “your body is a canvas for their expression, as well as, yours, and it’s just a different experience.”
Douglas Rogers, BKB team member, shares the stories behind the ink under his skin.
Meet Christie Wright, founder of Sorta Outdoorsy and BKB climber. Her tattoo is an image (most) climbers will already be very, very familiar with.
Ben faces the permanence of tattoos, and subverts the notion that they should be deeply meaningful by getting one that is explicitly not.
Gavin Heverly describes how getting inked used to be a bigger deal. Now, almost covered in tatts, he celebrates fun memories amongst the heavy symbols.
Meet James Cobb. His travels around the world and back helped him create his tattoo sleeve of masked animals and swirling mythologies.
Evelyn Park struts her stuff: her beautiful tattoo memorializes her family roots, and her reinterpretation of sacred geometry.
In this week’s installment of Tattoo Stories, we speak to BKB Brooklyn member & software engineer Nicole Power, who recently got a tattoo commemorating the recently demolished Bexley Hall at MIT. Get to know your BKB community a little more than skin deep.
Freshly inked by artist Laura Bochet, Barbara Leung reveals the personal process of choosing her own tattoo and debates possibilities and implications for future images, words, and symbols to evolve her look.
This week on Tattoo Stories, we talk to David Sherry, BKB Street Team Member, about Full Metal Alchemist and the climbing community he’s found a home in.