Save My Ink will preserve your tattoo for loved ones after you die

Charles Hamm, Founder Save My Ink

Do you want to share your love and the stories behind your tattoos with future generations after you die? If yes, National Association for the Preservation of Skin Art (NAPSA), a non-profit membership association of tattoo artists and enthusiasts is what you’re looking for. The organization will help you in preserving your favorite tattoos to be displayed for succeeding generations. It is dedicated to provide service so that your story, your spirit, and your legacy can live on for generations to come.

Samsung teams up with Swarovski and Montblanc to create designer cases and covers

Montblanc case collection by Samsung

Samsung, South Korean Electronics Company has teamed up with Montblanc and Swarovski to create luxurious cases for the Galaxy S6 edge+ and Galaxy Note5. Offering users more ways to express their style, Samsung keeps collaborating with various fashion designers and luxury brands once in a while to produce cool accessories for its gadgets. This is for the third time that Samsung is joining hands with Montblanc and the tech company has also worked with Swarovski in the past.

Dr. Woo teams up with furniture company to design a fiberglass side chair

Modernica Chair by Dr. Woo

Brian Woo (aka Dr. Woo) is a Los Angeles-based artist who is praised as the most in-demand tattooist in the world. The 34-year-old tattoo artist has a huge fan following (688k on Instagram) and his long list of clients include celebrities such as Drake, Miley Cyrus, Ellie Goulding and Sarah Hyland. Well, taking time from his busy schedule, Dr. Woo have collaborated with Modernica, a furniture design company to design a limited edition fiberglass side chair.

The Cheyenne Bike: GOC creates custom motorcycle with real tattoos

Cheyenne Bike by Game Over Cycles

You must have seen people with their bodies covered in tattoos, but have you ever seen a motorcycle covered in real tattoos? Well, if you haven’t, which is the most likely case here, we have got one such custom motorcycle for you. Game Over Cycles, Polish custom bike manufacturer have created a motorcycle that is inspired by the art of permanent body adornment. The Cheyenne Bike which is branded as The Recidivist is created by GOC in collaboration with Germany based Cheyenne Professional Tattoo Equipment and Zodiac Performance Products for Harley-Davidson that supplied professional motorcycle parts for the construction process.