Check out my Facebook page!

Hey there! Have you checked out the Art With a Point Facebook page? Find out about special offers, view brand new tattoos, learn about design tips and stay current on events at the studio by liking me on Facebook or following me on Twitter!
 
 
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Good for a chuckle

So true. So. True.
 

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Otzi rocked tattoos 5000 yrs ago

Otzi is who I have to thank for getting into tattooing. A 5000 year old art form used for art, for healing and for expression captivated me… And here I am 20 years later.

Plus, Radio Lab rocks.


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Otzi

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Vintage Building

Hey hey hey! Check out the swanky new doors and awning!
 

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Facebook – Check it out!

Hey hey hey! Check out the studio FaceBook page! Because really, how many things brighten a day more than seeing awesome tattoos rolling through your newsfeed?!

www.facebook.com/artwithapoint


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Change of Venue: History of Hip 1.11.11

History of Hip:  A Brief History of TattooingChange of Venue!

1.11.11 is now happening at the MN History Center

(check out the date… now that’s cool).

Yes. MN History Center. (No. Turf Club)

Yes. MN History Center… that’s where all the fun will be.

Seriously.

See you there.

Parking $5 – admission is free

Beer and wine will be available for purchase in the cafe

The museum exhibits are free Tuesday nights

Come early to look around!

www.minnesotahistorycenter.org/hip

History of Hip Facebook event page

History of Hip: A Brief History of Tattooing

History of Hip:  A Brief History of Tattooing

History of Hip:  A Brief History of Tattooing

1.11.11 beginning at 7:30 pm

The Turf Club, 1601 University Ave. West, St. Paul, MN

Never just the domain of sailors and outlaws, tattoos have a rich and storied history. From Pacific Islanders to American hipsters, body art has long been a popular form of self expression with many layers of meaning. Dr. John Troyer gives an overview of the history of body art with tattoo artist Awen Briem.

$6/$5 MHS members. Age 21+ only.

Tickets and more info at www.minnesotahistorycenter.org/hip

History of Hip Facebook event page

Hold the date! History of Hip, 1/11/11

Art With a Point joins the Minnesota History Center for “History of Hip

“Never just the domain of sailors and outlaws, tattoos have a rich and storied history.  From Pacific Islanders to American Hipsters, body art has long been a popular form of self expression with many layers of meaning.  Dr. John Troyer gives an overview of the long history of body art with help from tattoo artist Awen Briem.

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Tuesday, January 11, 2011 – 7:30 – 9:00 pm

The Turf Club 1601 University Avenue West

Saint Paul, MN 55104

Please note:  You gotta be 21.  It is the Turf Club.

Tickets:

MHS members: $5

non members: $6

Keepin’ in Touch

The studio is officially LinkedIn.  And thanks to those of you who have made the request!

Find me there at http://www.linkedin.com/in/artwithapoint

www.facebook.com/artwithapoint

or

www.myspace.com/artwithapoint

or

www.twitter.com/artwithapoint

or hey… RIGHT HERE!

Thanks for stopping by!  ~Awen