Tuesday, June 23, 2009

Retro-Wednesday.....




Hi everybody...

I might as well finish the corruption of my son eh?
I have this customer named Chris Page. This dude is STRICTLY 'Old School'!!
He used to own a custom bike shop in the 80's.
But for the past 15 years or so, he has been the owner of American Grafitti Tattoos in Brighton Michigan. The Bike is my entry in this weeks Retro Wednesday, although he is a very worthy candidate himself.
Oh yeah, would you like to see the finished product?
Tune in tomorrow at the same Bat-Time, and the same Bat-Channel...

Peace...!!!

17 comments:

Tall Karen said...

What a crusty old character! And what a cool Dad you are! Can't wait to see the new tat.

Mama Zen said...

I can't wait to see!

Missy said...

Holy Hamburgers Batman

Steve E. said...

Me and my scooter are both too old for tats.......maybe? "Ya Never Know!"

KB said...

I don't care for tats much myself. Funny thing is, my sis and my dad have them and I hardly notice them now.

the walking man said...

You'd need arms 10 feet long to ride that mule down the road...I don't recognize the engine,maybe because it's covered or not there.

Lou said...

Will it say "I Love Dad?"

Serena said...

Looks painful! But he's a big boy; I'm sure he was a trouper.:)

Shadow said...

damn, aren't you a bad influence... oh to have had a dad like you. would've saved me many a rebellious act.

lime said...

is it a naked girl who jiggles when he flexes his muscle?

the bike is sa-weet.

mile191 said...

looks cool. cant wait to see.

buffalodick said...

At my age, a tattoo would look like a watercolor painting left out in the rain...

JihadGene said...

LOL at Buffalodick's comment!

Akelamalu said...

You got Reese a tattoo? Cool. I got a tattoo for my 45th birthday. I'd wanted one since I was 18 but couldn't pluck up the courage! :)

Mona said...

In India the tattoos are merely of names of children written above their wrists, so that they could be traceable when they got lost in bazaars or fairs. It was an ancient practice. Some tribal women have tattoos on their faces, mostly three dots on their chins. In India its an ancient practice, reserved to the rural areas and people.

G-Man said...

Tall Karen..
You'll see it soon!

MZ....:-)

Melissa...:P

Stevarino...You are NEVER too old!

Karen..They ain't for everybody!

Yeah Mark...
The engine is in another bike.

Lou...?
In a roundabout way..hehehe

Yeah Sherry,
He earned a NO CRYBABIES T-Shirt!
I was so proud!!... :-) xo

Shadow Dancing...You? Rebelious?

Hi Trini... It IS Sweet!!

191...
Nice to see you back and around..G

Buff...No No No...You'd look like Tatood Iron Chef!!

Gene...hehehhe

Ake...
So you've had that tatt for 4 years?

Mona...This sure wasn't Henna!

SignGurl said...

Sweet tattoo!! I think I want that one in a special spot please. :D