VICE PRESENTS THE SECOND EPISODE OF THE GRIME SERIES IN ITS ORIGINAL SHOW, TATTOO AGE
We visit Grime in his San Francisco home and uproot the details of his childhood and early career while he reveals his absurdly rare stash of vintage skateboards hidden below ground
NEW YORK, N.Y. (August 17, 2011) – VICE Media today announces the second episode of its mini series featuring San Francisco based tattooer, Grime, in the original show, Tattoo Age. Developed with support from New Era, Tattoo Age exposes the unassuming lives of five talented tattoo artists, as well as their unique styles and personalities.
To watch the second episode of the Grime series on Tattoo Age, please visit vbs.tv/grimepart2.
This week, Tattoo Age coerces Grime into unveiling his basement-turned-vault of personal treasures. We uncover his unmatched skateboard collection while he tells us about his childhood in Colorado and primal urges as a young teen to skate, graffiti, and tattoo. Grime admits to fiendishly studying the art of tattooing and reveals the details of his move to San Francisco, where he now lives and works.
Last month Tattoo Age unearthed the niceties of Dan Santoro’s daily grind in three episodes. The series now delves skin deep into the life and work of Grime, and will subsequently feature illustrious New York City and West coast artists Troy Denning, Mike Rubendall, and Freddy Corbin.