Lee and I had our very first wedding anniversary at the weekend (also his 51st birthday of course) and to celebrate we booked a cute little circus wagon in North Amsterdam which we found on Air BnB.
I awoke in the wagon in the big cosy bed, with the birds singing and the sun shining, and my romantic husband presented me with a red heart shaped box. I was so thrilled when I opened it to find this beautiful Snow White brooch that Lee had hand crafted in Das clay with a scalpel, and hand painted in acrylics especially for me.
Snow White is so very special to me as my angel Abigail adored Snow White and we played “Some day my prince will come” at her funeral.
I waited a very long time for my prince but he was definitely worth that wait … ❤️🌈⭐️🌹💜
So Lee came home from the studio with some tattoo ink accidentally dropped on his white plimsolls. He had only had them a short while and I commented on how he was always splashing ink on his clothes. The next day Lee sent me a photo of the same shoes … not with just a couple of splashes of ink on them but lots and lots and lots!
Certainly different … what do you think?
So … yesterday I was mostly creating little 6×4 greeting cards using Lee’s amazing Icon artwork. Originally the artwork was created for our Tshirts (£13) but we realised that they are also pretty cool in mounts (£15 for a mounted 10 x 12) or on blank greetings cards (£3). Each design has been hand drawn by Lee using an iconic image as inspiration, even the fonts on these have been hand drawn. My job is to trace and carefully vinyl cut each images. I blinking love them … what do you think?
On a recent visit to Lee’s home town of Brum he took a commission from the wife of one of his oldest and dearest friends. Sara wanted a portrait of her horse and so Lee used Bic Biro and coloured pencils to create this beautiful drawing. Sarah was delighted and told Lee it’s going to take pride of place ❤
Yesterday Lee finished the portrait of David Bowie he has been working on. It is acrylic on canvas. I absolutely adore David Bowie and am completely blown away by this stunning portrait.
We are going to be releasing limited edition canvas prints at £50 each!
Well … what do you think?
Well … we are celebrating Lee’s 21st birthday … hold on I hear you say didn’t Lee turn 50 last year? He did indeed but this is his 21st birthday as a professional tattoo artist!
Birmingham born Lee, also known as ‘Trash,’ has been an artist since a child, and enjoyed the challenge of creating art in many different mediums before he discovered that his favourite canvas was skin. He has now been celebrating 21 years of creating beautiful tattoos.
His career began at The Ink Shack, formerly of Coventry Road, Birmingham, but he soon swapped the big city life for the contrasting calmness,beauty and serenity of Pembrokeshire. Lee’s first studio was on the Darkling near Pembroke Castle, but he moved to his current location at the top of Main Street, Pembroke around 8 years ago.
His bright studio, featuring his photo realism portraits and tattoo themed art-work is a hidden treasure, yet Lee has customers travelling hundreds of miles for his award winning art, huge talent and of course his TWENTY ONE years of tattoo experience.
To celebrate this 21st birthday milestone the studio has had a pretty cool make-over and we have designed a new logo. Lee is offering some free studio Tshirts and embroidered patches (featuring our new logo of course) to customers booking tattoos over the next few weeks. You just need to mention our 21st birthday when you book your tattoo.
Forever Art Tattoo Studio, 101 Main Street, Pembroke SA71 4DB
Tel- 01646 684503
Or best way to contact is to drop us a message on our (Foreverart Facebook page …