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The Artery Magazine.com Writes About Hori Smoku and Sailor Jerry

06/05/2009
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"Hori Smoku is a well developed and beautifully filmed documentary that won several awards over the past two years for it’s coverage of America’s most notorious deviant. Director Erich Weiss spent two years traveling, doing interviews, and gathering information on the life of Norman “Sailor Jerry” Collins. Considered the pioneer of modern day tattooing Sailor Jerry is its most recognizable face. Not only is Weiss able to give us a glimpse into Sailor Jerry’s life and character but also shows us a clear picture of how World War II influenced him and how, in return, he’s influenced every tattoo artist since."

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The Philadelphia City Paper Reviews Art in the Age ROOT

06/04/2009
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Art in the Age June Exhibition on UWISHUNU

06/04/2009
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June 4th, 2009
Posted by Karina Kacala

 

Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction unveils its latest exhibit this Friday, June 5th at First Friday. Sympathetic Magic, running from June 5th to June 28th, presents digital media works from Amy Lockhart, Rio Robbins, Jen Smith, Jacolby Satterwhite.

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Jesse James Viral Stunt on Fox News

06/04/2009
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Sandra Bullock's Freak Out: I Thought My Husband Was Dead
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Sandra Bullock’s Freak Out: I Thought My Husband Was Dead

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Quaker City Merchantile and Art in the Age ROOT on The Philadelphia City Paper

06/03/2009
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Amorosi on the news, nightlife, gossip and bitchiness beats.

Gyro Worldwide will become Quaker City Mercantile starting June 9. They sent me soap that smelled like their new rootsy booze ROOT last week. Thank you Steven Grasse for both of these ideas.

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Art in the Age ROOT on StyleCrave

06/02/2009
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Root - Organic 80-proof liqueur

The folks from Art in the Age decided to turn back the clock and recreate the Root Tea liqueur, based on an early (1700s) Native American dormant recipe. A classic with a rich heritage, Root is deliciously smooth and very aromatic to the palate. Unlike anything else you have ever tasted, the 100% organic spirit is made from wild roots and herbs, with very strong notes of anise, birch, vanilla, citrus and pepper. Perfect as is, with an ice cube in a chilled glass or used as the backbone for a great cocktail, Root is expected to hit Philadelphia liquor stores this week. [aita via selectism]

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