Suicide Chapter – Oslo Roller Derby Support

Wow! We did it.

We’ve actually created a support crew for Oslo Roller Derby. And we’ve already reached over 120 likes on our Facebook page. :D

Check it out. And check out the website. Lots of fun stuff to come!

The logo is done by me. And the cleanup work is done by Ravn. Thank you so much!

 

“They’re made here in Oslo… By Benjamin Moss”

Every single day I’m approached by people who are amazed and impressed by my tattoos. I’ve been walking around with business cards and flyers for months because I’m so used to the same questions over and over again:

  1. Are they real?
  2. How much did it cost?
  3. How long did it take to finish?
  4. I’ve never seen anything like this before. Are you sure they are real?
  5. Who made them?

Yes, ofc they are real. If you’re concerned about money, you should most definitely NOT get tattooed. It took several hours – have you seen the details? No, I lied before – they’re henna tattoos I had done when I was in Greece.. WTF? Of course they are real!!?
And – they’re created by one of the greatest tattoo artists in the world; Benjamin Moss.

I don’t care how many times I have to repeat myself. I love the fact that they get so much attention. And they deserve it. The work is amazing, the detail is stunning and the colours are breathtaking.

The pinup on my left arm is far from finished. But it already looks really good. Can’t wait for my next session! And – no photo will ever do these babies justice. Take my word for it – and stop me the next time you see me. ;)

c215 in Oslo!

The amazing french street artist, c215 (Christian Guémy), has visited Oslo many times. He’s known as “the french Banksy” and has been working with stencils since 2006.He’s also been a grafitti artist for the last 20 years.

I’ve seen his work spread all over Oslo and I’ve dreamt about seeing him “in action”. And what do you know!

Today, when driving to a minigolf match with my friends, I saw someone painting something on a wall near the Bus Terminal in Oslo. And it looked very much like something c215 would create. And it was!

I was so starstruck I forgot to turn my phone over when filming him..



Check out his flickr feed here