Band Brand: How To Create And Use Video Of Live Performances For Your Band's Marketing

If you want to be successful as a band and record music for a living, the most important aspect is getting your name out here. There are hundreds of bands formed all the time, but only a few are able to make it to success. Marketing your band just right will make the difference between being well known or being at the starting line for musicians. Here are some ways that you can put together a impressive video performances and use them in a way that will help your band launch into stardom. [Read More]

3 Reasons You Should Involve Your Artistic Child In Art Contests

If you have a child that shows any type of interest in art, then it is a great idea to involve them in art contests. There are generally art contests offered through most communities and schools, with children of all ages having the opportunity to submit their work. Your child will also likely be competing against children who are close in age to them, so they have no need to feel intimidated by children who are much older and potentially more skilled than them. [Read More]

Advice For Tattoo Customers

If you've decided to get a new tattoo, you'll need to go visit a few local tattoo shops to decide who will have the honor of giving you some fresh ink. When you visit a tattoo shop, it really isn't much different than going into any other business in terms of how you should behave and what you should do. Here's some advice for tattoo patrons that will make the experience more pleasant for you as well as your artist. [Read More]

Better Think Before You Get That Ink: Why You Need To Use Only A Professional Tattoo Artist

If you are planning on getting a tattoo, you shouldn't just walk into any tattoo shop to get it done. You should also not allow someone do it from their home, or even worse their garage. Below are two reasons why you need to only let a professional ink you, and what to look for in a tattoo shop.  Granulomas Granulomas are small bumps that you may see around the tattoo pigment. [Read More]