Noon comes to us from Boucherie Traditionnelle in France. His designs are childish and primitive, but rendered in a sophisticated, stylized manner. He uses muted colors and loose lyrical lines in his work, punctuated with geometric patterns and sketchy "pencil" marks; playful and innocent like a child's dreams. "...He's inventive, funny and, graphically, taking more chances than ninety-five percent of the world's best known inkmeisters... I didn't say he's the next Sailor Jerry Collins, but just as Collins merits his own star in the tattoo universe, so does Monsieur Noon. Except his has six points with a pair of lips and curlers in its hair" -Bob Baxter. Skin & Ink Magazine 2/08"