Tattoo Artist Magazine

By Nick Baxter  The dawning of 2012 brought me to my parents’ house, an eclectic vortex of saved childhood possessions and weird emotional frequencies densely packed into a many-acred patch of wilderness falling off the eastern edge of the North American continent...  Visiting this environment never fails to bring back a flock of the old ghosts that made me into the artist I am now, as I walk past the dusty shelves of my childhood picture books haphazardly assembled into stacks and rows. [caption id="" align="alignnone" width="475" caption="Childhood inspirations."]childhood inspirations[/caption] Many fond moments have been spent revisiting the sense of awe and wonder these books created in me—indelible impressions that formed the foundations of my artistic sensibilities, despite the difference in my current chosen subject matter. [caption id="attachment_362" align="alignnone" width="417" caption="These books went missing from the shelves, but were just as important."]childhood inspirations[/caption] (Nick Baxter is a tattooer and blogger for Tattoo Artist Magazine. Nick can be found here: www.nickbaxter.com)

Written by 24471382 — March 26, 2012

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