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Kamis, 12 Januari 2012

Next Project

Radjah Skin Design bali tattoo studio akan membuat rancangan sebuah buku online autobiograph tentang semua artist tattoo yang saat ini menjadi artist tattoo tetap di Radjah Skin Design bali tattoo studio. Diantara semua artis itu diantaranya JIMMY "TOGE" , ARDYAN "TAHU" , IQBAL "BABAL" dan SUTHA.
Autobiograph ini berisi tentang dimana terbentuknya Radjah Skin Design mulai dari pertama dibentuk hingga sekarang masih berdiri tegap dan selalu membawa kesan profesionalitas kerja pada semua costumernya.
Buku online ini berupa site flash dan dibagi menjadi dua bahasa yaitu bahasa indonesia dan inggris, dan rencananya buku online ini mempunyai 80 halaman disertai flash picture dari masing2 artist.
Buku ini di design oleh OCTA MORE yang merupakan admin dari Radjah Skin Design.That's it for news today,semoga bukunya cepat selesai dan dinikmati oleh semua kalangan pencinta tattoo.
Cheersssssss...

Jumat, 09 Desember 2011

Begin Procedure Of Tattooing

The tattoo artist will start by asking you to expose the area you want to get tattooed, usually requesting that you remove your garment entirely, rather than struggle to keep your clothes from getting in the way with the procedure. It's best to not be modest, but sometimes strategic clothing can be worn that will expose the appropriate area of skin without having to disrobe. Remember that a tattoo artist sees people in various states of undress every day, so don't be shy.
The artist will then shave the surrounding area that's to be tattooed, even if you don't have any visible amount of hair. Even the smallest amount of hair can complicate the tattoo process and cause ingrown hairs during healing. The artist will then disinfect your skin with rubbing alcohol to remove oily residue and minimize the risk of infection.
The tattooist will then apply a stencil. A stencil is created from your design; essentially it's a carbon copy of the line art taken from the artwork you decided on. Then stencil will leave a temporary carbon outline of your tattoo on your skin. It's this stencil that will guide the tattooist during the outline process. Some tattoo artists prefer to draw the design right on to your skin using a marker, instead of using a stencil. 

Jumat, 02 Desember 2011

The Perfect Artist

Finding the perfect tattoo artist is probably more important than finding the right design, though many first timers don’t realize this. After all, if you find the right artist they will make sure you get the perfect design in the end, whether you have it in your hand to begin with or not. In fact, even if you only have a vague idea in your head to start out with, the right artist should be able to work with you enough to make that idea a reality. Conversely, if you have the perfect design or idea but not the right artist, you won't get the best tattoo possible.
But to find the perfect tattoo artist, first you have to learn what goes into finding one. First and foremost, your tattoo artist must be clean and sanitary. After this comes the technical ability to apply good tattoos, artistic talent, proper quality equipment, honesty and ethics, a good reputation, and a zillion other personal traits and qualities to do a good tattoo. Finding a tattoo artist like this will take a bit of time and effort--they probably aren’t your best friend's friend who tattoos out of his kitchen in return for a six pack. Your best bet is to do lots of homework and learn, and then ask industry experts to back up your decisions. Every phase of the tattoo process involves being patient enough to do it right.

Senin, 28 November 2011

Begining

In the late 1800s tattooing enjoyed a brief passion among the titled classes in the U.K. Devotees included the Duke of York (later King George V), who had a dragon inked on his arm in 1882, and Winston Churchill's mother, Lady Randolph Churchill, who wore a snake tattooed on her wrist.
But tattooing really came of age in the United States, where the journey of tattooing from the fringe to the mainstream travelled with circus sideshows, marched across the world and back with military men, stayed alive thanks partly to outlaw biker gangs and took the spotlight as musicians and actors got inked and everyone else wanted to follow along.
The German tattoo artist, Martin Hildebrand, opened his tattoo shop in New York City in 1846. There he inked designs on sailors, and he also traveled to Union and Confederate camps to tattoo soldiers who fought on both sides of the Civil War.
Civil war tattoos included patriotic symbols such as images to commemorate major battles. These soldiers made an impression upon their return to New York.
The invention of the tattoo machine, back-to-back wars, and a fashionable demand for tattoos made the art lucrative for a group of tattooers in the latter half of the 1800s.
Chatham Square in New York City's Bowery was the epicentre of the tattoo world in the United States. It was an area where tenements were crowded with new Americans, and where the population swelled as sailors disembarked from ships docking at the southern end of Manhattan. Chatham Square roiled with the amenities to serve them: gin joints, burlesque theatres and cheap hotels.
Samuel O'Reilly, who is credited with the invention of the electric tattoo machine in 1891, set up his shop in Chatham Square. He was able to make a good living using what he called his Electric Engraving Pen.
The electric tattoo machine revolutionized the art of putting ink into skin by reducing the time to make a design exponentially. The subsequent advent of tattoo equipment suppliers helped bring standardization to the industry.
O'Reilly and his compatriots inked sailors off to the Spanish American War quickly and profitably. In the old days sailors used to while away their time aboard ship pricking designs in each other's skin. Navy men would get tattoos as souvenirs, like Chinese dragons and religious icons on Mediterranean tours.
Military influence brought tattooing to both coasts and other parts of the country where there were bases, but the circus - a major entertainment - gave many Americans their first glimpse of tattooed people. The golden age of the American circus in the latter part of the 19th century and the early part of the 20th century introduced heavily tattooed "attractions" to the hinterlands.
Tattoo artists showcased their work by exhibiting people they had inked. James O'Connel may have been the first tattooed man on exhibit at a circus in the 1830s. Irene "La Belle" Woodward was billed as the first and only tattooed woman on the sideshow circuit in the 1880s.
Charlie Wagner, who was one of the best-known tattooists of his day, apprenticed with Samuel O'Reilly. When Wagner was a child, he was said to have seen a tattooed man in a sideshow. That experience inspired him to get tattoos himself and then to become a tattoo artist.
Charlie Wagner gained notoriety tattooing sideshow performers like Betty Broadbent, who worked for decades for the Ringling Brothers Barnum and Bailey Circus. He also inked sideshow performer May Astoria. Wagner was a freehand artist who eschewed the use stencils in his work.
Wagner brought Lew Alberts into his studio when O'Reilly was gone, and the two artists started up a tattoo supply business. Alberts was famous for his design sheets, the precursor to flash. He drew hearts, roses, snakes, dragons, and religious themes in the traditional style. Flash has since become an art form that's collectible in its own right.
Religious iconography served as inspiration for many tattoos in the U.S. With four wars in less than 80 years the iconography of war was key in the history of American tattoo. But American tattooers were also fearless innovators, unafraid to translate new styles and trends into ink on skin. Characters from comic books, representations of movie stars and cosmetic tattoos all enjoyed a rage.
The Second World War helped revive interest in tattoos after the lean years of the Depression. During the 1940s there was renewed market for patriotic designs, and a brisk business for tattoo artists adding modesty to designs of nude women.
Some artists made their names working near the fleets. Sailor Jerry was known as "the Cezanne of tattooing" for his decision to live and tattoo in Hawaii for many years.
Cap Coleman ran a shop in Norfolk, Virginia, and served the naval population and others there for many years until the Norfolk city fathers quit issuing licenses and started forcing people out so that it could redevelop the old section of town.
After the end of the war, tattooing remained in blue-collar realm, and women were seldom inked unless they were twenty-one, or with the okay of their spouse.
Tattooing entered a long, difficult era in the 1950s as cities and states enacted a series of legislative changes to make it more difficult to operate tattoo shops. New
York City finally outlawed tattooing in 1961. While some tattoo artists relocated across the river in New Jersey and other nearby states, many others went underground.
Lawmakers took a moralist point of view of tattooing that was underpinned by the traditional Christian prohibition against ink in skin, although the decision to halt tattoo work in New York was blamed on a hepatitis outbreak. The move precipitated a big shift in the art as the centre of North American tattoo culture moved to the West Coast.
Tattooing didn't stop, but it was more difficult for artists to advertise, and impossible to ensure health standards were being met. Other cities and states also stopped granting licenses to tattoo businesses. For example, it's still illegal to run a tattoo shop in Oklahoma.
Street and motorcycle gangs were a key to maintaining tattoo culture during the years when it was difficult to operate tattoo shops. Many outlaw and biker gang members showed their affiliation by getting tattoos of totems that highlighted their affiliation.
Tattoos worn by members of motorcycle gangs often included images of devils, skulls or gang logos and names. Even today many Latino street gang members in Los Angeles have stylized skull tattoos, representing rebirth.
The 60s also saw a revival of interest in military tattoos with the Vietnam War. Soldiers and sailors got inked during their tours in Asian centres like Hong Kong, Manila and Tokyo.
Ink in skin artists like Charlie Barrs, Owen Jensen and Pinky Yuen made became famous for their artful military tattooing.
Charlie Barrs had a reputation as one of the best tattooers in the country. He worked on both coasts -- in Norfolk with Cap Coleman, and invited an artist named Owen Jensen to work at his shop in Los Angeles.
Jensen began his working life as a machinist and went on to make tattoo machines. He set up the only tattoo supply business in Los Angeles in the 1940s. Pinky Yuen was one of the first tattoo artists from Hong Kong to move to the United States and set up a shop.
Tattoo artists began holding their own conventions just like other professionals in 1976. Lyle Tuttle, who worked on famed clients like Janis Joplin and Peter Fonda, consciously worked to bring tattoo arts to the mainstream. He was the subject of documentaries and was photographed for Rolling Stone magazine.
And then came MTV. The image parade of tattooed musicians began to change the cultural view of tattoos. Tattoos began to shift to the mainstream because celebrities are the focus of so much adulation in America.
Music videos helped dispel the old stereotype that only bikers, soldiers and prisoners got tattoos. The new view of tattoo is of fashion, adornment. During the 70s and 80s, fans of tattooing took an interest in other tattoo traditions. Celtic, Japanese and Oceanic styles enjoyed a revival.
It used to be that a person got tattooed to be outside of the mainstream, but that's no longer the case. In the 21st century tattooing is regarded as a fine art, and many tattooers create custom designs for their clients, rather than relying on the off-the-wall designs of flash.
Tattoo has moved away from the dark reputation it held in the past, and captured a place in the culture as personal and sometimes spiritual statement.
Heartfelt thanks to C.W. Eldridge, who maintains the Tattoo Archive in Berkeley California. (www.tattooarchive.com) and to the personal photo collection of Thomas Lockhart, Vancouver, Canada (www.westcoasttattoo.com)

Minggu, 27 November 2011

CARA MERAWAT BODY PIERCING

Apa yang Harus Dilakukan :

·          Cuci tangan bila akan menyentuh piercing atau area sekitar piercing.
·          Usahakan jangan menyentuh piercing kecuali pada saat membersihkan.
·          Periksa piercing dua kali sehari dengan tangan yang bersih untuk memastikan bolanya tetap terpasang kencang pada anting barbell. Kedua bola dikencangkan ke arah kanan.
·          Gunakan baju yang bersih, nyaman, berpori pada area body piercing.
·          Multivitamin, suplemen mineral yang mengandung zinc dan vitamin c dapat membantu kemampuan tubuh untuk menyembuhkan.
·          Bersihkan piercing anda dengan air mengalir setelah mandi.
·          Semakin sehat hidup anda, semakin mudah piercing anda untuk sembuh.

Apa yang Harus Dihindari :
·          Hindari penggunaan alkohol, peroxide, betadine atau hibiclens karena terlalu kuat dan kering sehingga dapat mengambat penyembuhan.
·          Hindari penggunaan salep seperti bacitracin, neosporin atau salep triple antibiotik lainnya pada piercing, karena dapat menghambat oksigen mencapai luka. Bahan-bahan tersebut tidak didesain untuk penyembuhan piercing.
·          Lindungi piercing dari hair spray dan hindari penggunaan lotion, make up dan bahan lain di area piercing.
·          Jangan membersihkan piercing terlalu sering yang dapat menghambat penyembuhan.
·          Hindari kontak dengan area piercing selama masa penyembuhan.
·          Usahakan untuk tidak meniduri piercing pada saat penyembuhan.
·          Jangan menggantungi benda lain pada piercing hingga sembuh total.

Cara Membersihkan Piercing :
·          Air garam yang ringan sangat dianjurkan setidaknya sekali sehari untuk membantu penyembuhan dan menambah kenyamanan, serta dapat mengurangi iritasi di sekitar area.
·          Campur seperempat (1/4) sendok garam dengan satu gelas air hangat.
·          Bersihkan area piercing sekitar satu menit perhari lalu bilas dengan air bersih.
·          Air garam dapat membantu stimulasi udara dan sirkulasi darah sebagai fasilitas penyembuhan.

Cara Merawat Piercing Lidah :
·          Cuci dengan mouthwash selama 30-60detik setelah memasukan apapun kedalam mulut kecuali air.
·          Jangan kontak oral hingga piercing sembuh.
·          Usahakan jangan memainkan piercing hingga sembuh total karena dapat timbul bekas luka.
·          Selalu cuci tangan sebelum menyentuh piercing.
·          Jangan memasukan apapun yang kotor kedalam mulut.

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Sabtu, 26 November 2011

CARA MERAWAT TATTOO PERMANENT

Dengan merawat tattoo baru, dapat mencegah masalah kesehatan dan juga memastikan kualitas gambar tetap terjaga. Ini adalah beberapa hal yang harus dilakukan:

·          Lepaskan plastik pembalut tattoo sekitar satu sampai dua jam setelah proses pembuatan tattoo selesai.
·          Cuci perlahan dengan air hangat, gunakan sabun anti bakteri yang lembut, dengan kandungan ph yang sedikit.
·          Keringkan (jangan digosok).
·          Oleskan tipis-tipis dengan salep bepanthen.
·          Jika kulit terlihat berminyak, itu berarti anda terlalu banyak menggunakannya dan itu dapat menarik warna keluar dari kulit.
·          Jangan menyabuni tattoo.
·          Hindari sinar matahari secara langsung, air laut dan kolam renang hingga sembuh.
·          Jangan menggaruk tattoo atau mengelupasinya, biarkan terkelupas sendiri dalam waktu satu sampai tiga minggu maksimal.
·          Gunakan es jika terjadi pembengkakan atau memerah.
·          Bila kurang jelas hubungi RADJAH SKIN DESIGN TATTOO STUDIO BALI
       
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Jumat, 25 November 2011

RSDbali new face

Radjah Skin Design adalah sebuah studio tattoo yang mempunyai konsep tattoo yang artistik dengan memperhatikan struktur tubuh manusia dan penempatan yang proposional, sehingga membuat penampilan pemakainya terlihat lebih seksi dan lebih menarik.

Berawal pada 24 April 2004, Toge mendirikan sebuah studio tattoo yang kemudian dinamakan Radjah Skin Design. Nama Radjah terinspirasikan dari bahasa Indonesia untuk seni tattoo sendiri yaitu seni merajah tubuh. Radjah Skin Design = Pola kulit dari hasil rajahan = Tattoo.

Dengan bermodal awal seperangkat alat tattoo, sebuah meja dan 2 kursi di ruangan sebesar 4x16M di daerah Surabaya Selatan, kini Radjah Skin Design telah berkembang di lebih dari dua kota besar di dua propinsi di Indonesia.

Secara global Radjah Skin Design ingin selalu exist dalam budaya seni tattoo yang ada di Indonesia khususnya dan berusaha menyumbangkan yang terbaik bagi seni tattoo yang ada di Indonesia. Secara lebih spesifik lagi, Radjah Skin Design ingin memberikan sebuah pandangan baru bagi masyarakat tentang seni tattoo yang lebih modern dan bersih dengan selalu berusaha membuat karya-karya yang terbaik.

Dalam perkembangannya di tahun-tahun berikutnya, Radjah Skin Design banyak aktif dalam event-event di daerah Surabaya dan kota-kota lainnya. Berbagai media massa yang telah meliput kegiatan Radjah Skin Design diantaranya adalah Trans TV, ANTV, SCTV, Trans 7, JTV, TVRI, Jawa Pos, Surya, Surabaya Pos, Prambors Radio, Istara FM, Sonora, DJ FM, Hard Rock FM, dan beberapa media massa lainnya.

Akhir kata, Radjah Skin Design selalu berusaha yang terbaik dan berusaha untuk selalu berkembang dalam mengerjakan seni tattoo yang lebih baik dan berkualitas.