"I always brought in my own artwork to get tattooed on me, and the artist told me that he liked my work and suggested that I should consider becoming a tattoo artist. I took his suggestion to heart and started pursuing my new found goal." And Travis dove in head first. "I was so excited, but I have to admit, I had no idea how much work being a tattoo artist was going to involve, let alone how much I would fall in love with the industry."
Travis is an award winning artist with a versatile tattooing background. Having an appreciation for and interest in traditional tattoos and artwork and with instruction mainly from artists who primarily tattoo new school style, he describes his style as "a unique mix of neo-traditional and new school with a hint of real- ism." Travis does anything he can to make the tattoo process enjoyable not only for the customer but also for himself and has been one of the few artists on the scene with wireless machines. When Travis isn't tattooing, you can typically find him always pushing himself to become a stronger artist working with acrylic, spray paint, and most importantly, watercolor. "I like doing watercolor paintings the most because I think it applies to tattooing really well." Travis Brown is definitely someone to visit in Annapolis for and to keep an eye out for at conventions.
Originally Published: Mon, 08 Sep 2014 17:18:04
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