Above the current issue of the Bodyfication magazine. I blogged some pictures of this series here before. (Model is Ludwig, the son of the tattoo artist Maximilian Gasolini/Inkstation, Göteborg) and again: the tattoos are painted and not real. It feels quite awkward that I have to mention this over and over but I got a lot of criticism concerning this issue.
I also discovered that one of the pictures I blogged here has been stolen by the American News Magazine “Weekly World News”. It has been hijacked without my permission or consent and is still used to illustrate a very negative article about parents illegally tattooing their kids. Neither I nor the tattoo artist nor the magazine Bodyfication has anything to do with this. Legal actions are still in progress.
While picking up the Orkus Magazine yesterday I discovered on the newsstand that one of the pictures I took of Jan Isaksson made it’s way into the fotosidan magasin.
I had the pleasure to work with the tattoo artist Maximilian Gasolini (www.inkstation.nu) lately- both children are actually his kids. Above two of the pictures! (For non-swedish speakers- “far” means “dad”…)
(I just got some comments about the tattoos- just to clarify – the tattoos are in fact painted- not real tattoos!)
Here my picture of Jan Isaksson on the cover of the current bodyfication issue! It will be in the stores this week! You will find some more of my photographs inside the issue.
Referring to the last post here a portrait I shot of the tattoo artist Ulrik Winter- Rising Sun Graphix- who did Jan’s bodysuit. One of the portraits I took of him are also to see in the new Bodyfication issue.
I was asked to shoot the cover for the Bodyfication Magazine and saw it today for the first time. I am really happy how it turned out! I will post it in the next days! Here a very different shot from the same day with the kind and lovely Jan Isaksson!