Skin & Bone is a combination gallery and tattoo studio. The gallery will exhibit art and ethnographic handicrafts related to tattooing, while the studio will have Colin Dale tattooing alongside various guest artists throughout the year. Through his years of travelling and tattooing around the world Colin has had the pleasure to meet and work alongside a wide range of tattoo artists and experts working in ethnographic and other specialized styles. Amongst these friends, we have hand-tattooists from Borneo, Polynesia and Japan as well as some of the world's leading artists in Blackwork and Dotwork coming to visit. Check the homepage to see some of the work

Wednesday, 22 May 2013

Studio photos

Google contacted us a couple months back about adding some of the shops on Jægersborggade to their Maps function. The funny thing about this is that they didn't just want to show the shops from the outside, but actually wanted to give viewers the opportunity to come in and look around. At first I was a little reluctant as it seems a little Orwellian for my taste... however as I've been a little lax in posting photos of the studio on the  homepage and I also have nothing against people coming to visit the studio, I figured we'd give it a shot.

Here's the link if you want a look:,12.542954&cid=-3568643470886467225&panoid=-StZbJNd0xAAAAQIt2OguQ&cbp=13,200.10762392997214,,0,0&q=skin+%26+bone+j%C3%A6gersborggade&sa=X&ei=LzKdUcaFDYbTtAaSj4DwBQ&ved=0CHUQoB8wCg

Of course we're also hoping that you'll come in person as well :-)
P.S. see how many Cirkelines you can find... there will be a quiz :-)

 Yes... 3 and a half years and I still haven't gotten a sign :-)

Studio facade

Waiting room

Books, magazines and wall of fame :-)

 My work station


 More books... for thought and memory

Drawing station

It's sort og funny using the Maps function as you can see ghosts of the photographer in several reflected surfaces. However due to facial recognition programs all peoples features are blurred. I found this really entertaining when looking in my work area and saw that a charcoal drawing of Frankenstein's Monster done for me by Alex at Rites of Passage was so life like that the program blurred it as well to protect the Monster's identity :-)
All photos taken by Søren Kristensen

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