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All or Nothing Tattoo: Brandon Bond - How to Keep Tattoos From Fading

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Published on Nov 9, 2010

All or Nothing Tattoo: Brandon Bond - How to Keep Tattoos From Fading

Brandon moved immediately to Las Vegas, where he tattooed on Las Vegas Blvd. He began flying to New Hampshire and getting huge amounts of artwork from his tattoo artist and friend Joe Capobianco. Brandon then moved to Seattle where he worked at Slave to the Needle with Aaron Bell and began touring doing tattoo conventions with Damon Conklin. Brandon then relocated to New Orleans and worked at Electric Ladyland Tattoos. After Mardi Gras, the tour continued to Panama City Beach, Florida, where Brandon embraced the chaos of Spring Break.

Brandon then relocated to Atlanta, GA in 2003. It was at this point that Tattoo Savage magazine, Tattoo Revue magazine, and Skin Art magazine all published interviews and pages of artwork from him. His artwork has now been featured in over 500 international tattoo arts publications, and he has been interviewed and published more than any other contemporary tattoo artist in the world. He opened his first studio, All or Nothing Tattoo and Body Piercing, in 2004, which quickly became a household name in tattooing. Artists were imported from all over the nation and the current staff assembled is unlike any other in the history of the industry. All or Nothing immediately inundated the national tattoo convention tour circuit and began accumulating awards and press in an unprecedented manner. No studio in the history of tattooing has compiled so many amazing artists, birthed so many young innovators, won as many awards, or received as much publicity from industry magazines.


The artists who have tattooed at All or Nothing are a veritable "who's who" list of today's most innovative and contemporary artists. resident and guest artists include Brandon Bond, Dave Tedder, Sean Herman, Chris Vennekamp, Nate Beavers, Joshua Carlton, Mike Devries, Josh Woods, Mike Demasi, Jeff Paetzold, Eric Merrill, Tim Victim, Tim Orth, Justin Weatherholtz, Albie Rock, Bryan Reynolds, Jason Ackerman, Anthony Orsatti, Ted Wallen, Lenny Renken, Pierre Monteleone, Zeke Owen, Vince Villavalzo, Short Parker, Jace Masula, John Lloyd, Matt Dunlap, Chris Nelson,Shauncey Fury, Tony Mancia, Nathan Kostechko, and slews of others. All or Nothing Tattoo has raised the bar and "changed the way people get tattooed in America" (Crave Magazine).

Brandon Bond was voted "ARTIST OF THE YEAR" in 2005 at the South Florida Tattoo Convention, and again in 2006 by his peers and fellow tattooers at the North Carolina Tattoo Convention. Brandon is now tattooing exclusively by appointment only in two studios in northwest Atlanta, and is booked about a year in advance. A $500 dollar deposit is required with a five-hour minimum. Due to his demanding schedule, new clients are referred to www.allornothingtattoo.com to review the artists' works and to preferably pick an artist from the ocean of talent found in Brandon's public studio. All bookings are handled through his assistant, nicole@allornothingtattoo.com.

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