Brooklyn-born Johnny Thief has worked in the visual arts for thirty-five years, in the printing and publishing industries by day, wheat pasting punk rock flyers, and promoting straightedge drug rehab benefit shows by night. Best known for his screen-printed concert posters, his work has appeared in the Guitar Hero video games, Hard Rock Cafes globally, and the omnibus ‘Art of Modern Rock: The Poster Explosion.’ Since 2005, he’s owned and operated Seppuku Tattoo, painted covers for industry magazines, and judged international contests at tattoo conventions. In 2020, he became a published horror author using his real name, John Di Donna.
An alum of the Kubert School, and a member of The Horror Writers Association, his favorite hobby is not giving a fuck.
A former nursing assistant, Megan is an eighteen-year veteran of the dermagraphic arts, after completing a three-year formal apprenticeship at Body Graphix in Flanders. Her resume includes tenure at Bella Arte (Fairfield), Magic Cobra (Brooklyn), Asylum (Brooklyn), and Inborn Tattoo in NYC. She is a consummate tattooist, easily tattooing a host of styles from floral and nature themes, dot work, ornamental, or fantasy art. In addition to her tattoo portfolio, she’s an accomplished watercolor painter, skilled in jianzhi, and lost wax cast jewelry making. In her short time at the studio, she’s already made a considerable impression on the clientele.
Purveyor of pigmented pinpoints.
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