All or Nothing Tattoo:Brandon Bond on Adding To A Exsisting Tattoo





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Published on Nov 9, 2010

Adding to a tattoo is a great way to enhance an existing tattoo piece as long as there is complete trust in the artist doing the work. Expand an existing tattoo by adding additional work with tips from an experienced tattoo artist in this free video on body art


About Brandon Bond:
The answers will surprise you! They blew me away.
The source of our questions is as unique as the answers. The www.ALLORNOTHINGTATTOO.com online community is comprised of fans, clients, tattoo artists from all over the world, and is open to everyone.

In a thread: http://www.allornothingtattoo.com/for... the community has been asking interview questions for years leading to 20 pages of unique and bizarre questions. I picked my favorites, added a few of my own, and got Brandon on the phone for an hour. Here are the fruits of that labor, my personal favorite interview in 8 years of doing tattoo/music related material. - Dane Stevens

Q.) I recently saw an article in TIME magazine mentioning you for tattooing 50 Cent, NAS, various athletes such as Floyd Mayweather Jr, and other celebrities. What is it like to meet these people and work with them?

BB.) TIME magazine... that is crazy huh? I'm not surprised to tattoo famous people, but I was surprised to see my name in "TIME" twice now? WHAAAAT? Nutz!? My teachers and principals can suck it! ha!

All or Nothing attracts an extremely diverse client base from all over the world. The artists at the shop are constantly tattooing bands, rappers, sports folks, and various assorted surprises here and there. You never know who you will run into at the shop, it is pretty cool. Meeting celebrities is no different than meeting anyone, all people are different, some are amazing and some are terrible. I generally get along with most famous folks, as I understand their need for privacy and discretion. Some want us to film and many do not. Some want to meet the rest of our artists, and some want to just come in/out through the "secret" entrance with no mention of them ever being there. We have worked with many that we have not "admitted" to, as per their request for discretion, which I always honor. I will say some are exactly what you would expect, and by that I mean in a negative way. I did not get along with Kelis (Nas' ex wife, the "milkshake girl"), or Mike Tyson. They, too, can suck it just like my old Principal.


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