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Winter
1989
The Go-Go 'Rama (Tattooed girls belong on stage!), Arlington '89 (The best little convention in Texas.), Fan Mail (The fans sling ink.), New York Color (Righteous work from the Big Apple.), Pushing The Limits (Two fans with dedication.), Greg Allman's Tattoos (Before the ink flies.), The Brownings (This couple tattoos together.), All 'Dem Bones (Self expression at its best.), Biker Tattoos (Great tats from the scooter world.), Neal Grant (He's been everywhere and can prove it.), Flash (New ideas from the best around.), Under Cover (Searching for the tattoo meaning.), Bear's Tat2 Den (One of the great shops of the South.), The Memphis Studio (An all-in-the-family operation.), Custom Tattooing (The name says it all.), Tattooed Ladies (Hot work on hotter canvas.), Using Your Head! (Bernie and Tammy O'Neil.), Tattoo Cards (Let your fingers do the walking.), Tattoos (Big and small from here and there.), The Great Daytona Contest (For a while it was a sweetheart.), Andy Capp (Tales of a true fan.), Semper Fi (The war rages on.), Pushing Ink (Art artists: up close and personal.)
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May
1992
Features - Ozzy Julie (Top notch ink from down under.), Lara Mays (Seperate but equal.), Celeste ("...Always a different kind of kid."), Carol Shackleford (Mixologist and ink collector.), Jami (Stickman forever.), Dan Gailey (A "Who's Who" of artist's work.), Harold Walls (Leaping lizards.), Buck Starr (Tall tales, but true.), Jay Rasch Preserving the lifestye.), Gary Hall (A trip through King Arthur's realm.), John Gelsebach (Nails and needles.), Sal Bocello (Adult amusements.), Loretta (Our jobs could be in jeopardy.), John Fristoe (Tattoos and tunes.), Paul Bearer (Wild and crazy art.), Shelly Vooris (Post-Punk ink.), Leanne (Handling the excess baggage.) Events - 1st Annual Memphis Tattoo Extravagance (An ink benefit opens the year.) Studios - Fallen Angel's Queen of Hearts Tattoos (Drop in for a good time.), Main Street Tattoo (Check out the Mouse House.) Departments - Tattoo Mail Box (Readers forum, and against 'em.), In The Skin (Body art from top artists around the world.), Cards (Keeping up with calling cards.), Flash (Skin art designs and ideas.), Pushing Ink (Artists profiles and updates.)
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August
1992
Features - Snake Reidel (A tribute to the '50s.), Ed Nydegger (Precious skin gems.), Tammy Lewis (A tribal beauty.), Joseph Keraly (Bitten by the bug.), Mick & Anna (Visitors from England.), Joe D'Avanzo (Mixed feelings.), Ron Lopez (New Jersey ink.), Wandy Harper (Trying something new.), Greg Kulz (Innovative creations.), Jessamin (Animal magnetism.), Lynn Hafferkamp (Ever-changing chameleon.), Glenn Hartzell (Bringing it all together.), Patrick Flynn (Life's comedy and tragedy.), Leigh & Jessica (Mother/daughter combo.), James Jung (A love of the art.), Dave & Debby (Shaking up the Midwest.) Events - Santa Rosa Expo (Tattoos and blues.), Daytona (The colors of spring.) Interview - Darren Rosa (Psychology or tattoos.) Departments - Tattoo Mail Box (Opinionated readers? You got it.), In The Skin (Twelve color-filled pages.), Cards (Add them to your list.), Flash (Penned-down ideas.), Pushing Ink (Thumbnail sketches.)
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October
1992
Features - Jerry Lucas (A meaningful obsession.), Billy Farley (Definitely trophy material.), Kristin (From Speck to roses.), Brian Dorzel (The messenger.), Roxy Welch (Let the good times roll.), Brian Williams (Working it out with ink.), Lois (Doctor/tattooist.), Harry Wallrich (Overcoming the demons.), Sunita Catapano (A lady with balls.), Jacob Ballering (Family album.), Kathy Senese (Attention-getting art.), Jim Barron (The forest rider.), Doris (Hot Austrian ink.), Jim Reynolds (Tennis Anyone.)_ Events - North Coast Images Expo (Fifth annual bash.), Easyriders Tattoo Contest (Top five from Vallejo.) Departments - Tattoo Mail Box (Keep those cards and letters coming.), In The Skin (Filling in the open spaces.), Cards (Directory assistance.), Flash (From butterflies to bizarre.), Pushing Ink (Checkin' out some new faces.)
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November
1992
Features - Sheila Montie ("The Drill 2" tells all.), Joi Dean (Get naked and ride.), Trent Gould (Artistic expressions.), Lynn (Painless ink served Southern style.), Geoffrey Lardner (Oriental mythology via England.), Geoffrey Feldman (It all started with an article in Esquire.), Christina Tracy (Let's party.), Don Eaker (A different drummer.), Midnight Rider Tattoos (Good neighbor policy.), Traci ("Let's do it."), Samoan Tattoos (Revival of an ancient art.) Events - Finnish Tattoo Weekend (A funny thing happened.), Am Jam Contest (Memorial Day contest.), Easyriders Tattoo Contest (Five more winners at Houston.) Artists - Alain Meyer (Modern-day impressionist.), Shotsie Gorman (Go ahead, ask him a question.) Departments - Tattoo Mailbox (International correspondence.), In The Skin (Feast your eyes.), Cards (Add to your collection.), Flash (Imagine that.), Pushing Ink (Serious inksters at work.)
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March
1993
Features - Tami Hafer (The roving billboard.), Rob Whitaker (He's got the fever.), Kelly (A wild Waikiki wahine.), Steve Lauer (Doing what comes naturally.), Sibel (Hip Hollywood ink.), Devon Allman (Music and tattoos, a family tradition.), Cindy Pennington (Harvesting a skin garden.), Chris Johnston (Takes the risk.), Trevor McStay (An Australian connection.), Melanie Clark (Finally out of the closet.), Albert Palmer (Color for the :The Shark".), Grimm's Tattoos (Osdest little shop in the U.S.A.) Events - Tattoo Rendezvous (K.C.'s fifth annual colorfest.), Black Wave Opening (Leo's tribe takes on L.A.) Profiles - Stephane Chaudesaigues (Avignon's inkmaster.), Ken Cameron (Customizing Sacramento.) Departments - Tattoo Mailbox, In The Skin, Cards, Fiction - Part 2, Flash, Pushing Ink
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November
1993
Features - Walt Clark (Taking care of business.), Roger Lukas (Gathering a wild throng.), Henri Montegut (Electric Expressions.), Easyriders Special (A showcase of winners.), Susan Henderson (Where's the party?), Tony Ranger (An apprentice's art gallery.), Mark Thomas )Aussie ink at it's best.), Mike Malone (Color by Lum.), Stormy (Keep on truckin'.) Events - Southern Comfort Expo (Memphis may never recover.), Boogie Bash '93 (A bonanza of Canadian ink.), Fred Saunders Benefit (Rockin' at the Paladium.) Profiles - Pat Sinatra (Mythology is her modus operandi.), Marcel Vaillot (Paris blues.) Departments - Tattoo Mailbox, Tattoo Times, In The Skin, Cards, Flash, Pushing Ink
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