Cobble Hillbilly Adam Suerte is offering $27 Brooklyn Bridge tattoos on Sunday May 23 at Brooklyn Tattoo. It’s the day before the span’s 127th birthday and the artist wanted to celebrate it in a unique way.
And now the official press release:
Brooklyn,NewYork-It is a time honored tattoo parlor tradition to commemorate an auspicious date or event with a themed tattoo. Shops have long been inking “13”on arms for $13 when that date falls on a Friday or offers for $31 tattoos are abundant on Halloween. With this thought in mind, Brooklyn Tattoo has decided to put their own spin on this custom and are proud to announce that they have decided to honor one of their biggest inspirations, the Brooklyn Bridge, by offering 27 dollar Brooklyn Bridge tattoos on Sunday May 23rd, the day before the Bridge’s 127th anniversary.
Adam Suerte, co-owner of Brooklyn Tattoo puts it best: “I grew up in the shadow of the bridge…As a kid we would ride our bikes over it, I hung out on it and wrote on it when I was a teen and now it shows up in many of my paintings, graphics and illustrations, its even in the logo for our shop. Tourists seeing it for the first time and lifers like me know that the Brooklyn Bridge holds special meaning.” Adam himself has an image of the Brooklyn Bridge tattooed on his neck to show his love for this historical Brooklyn landmark.
On Sunday May 23rd, from 11am to 9pm, those interested in receiving a Brooklyn Bridge tattoo can show up at the shop-BROOKLYN TATTOO, 99 Smith Street, Brooklyn, New York- and pick from several flash (pre-drawn) images that evoke the spirit that has defined New York’s iconic skyline. Tattoos will be done by several of the Brooklyn Tattoo staff on a first come, first serve basis. Also, for those not brave enough to commit ink to skin, signed and numbered copies of the flash design sheets will be available for purchase as well as limited edition Brooklyn Bridge event t-shirts.
Adam Suerte was born and bred in South Brooklyn. He graduated from LaGuardia High School of Music and the Arts and earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Illustration from the Rhode Island School of Design. He is a painter, printmaker, comic book author and artist and founder and co-owner of Brooklyn Tattoo. Adam is most famous for his Brooklyn and NY themed tattoos, which have been featured in several magazines and blogs such as TIME OUT NY and Gothamist. Along with co-owner and founder Willham Paredes, Brooklyn Tattoo has been operating for 8 years, helping to spread the message of Brooklyn Love .
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