Our very own Victor Modefferi went to the Inked office in New York City to tattoo a John F. Kennedy portrait on rapper Post Malone. See the full video and interview with Post Malone and find out what J.F.K. means to him! See Full Article Here
Modafferi’s 7-year-old business is a borough favorite, voted “Best Tattoo Parlor” by you in the Staten Island Readers’ Choice Awards. He says the reason why the shop won has a lot to do with the artists who work there. They’re professional artists, many with art degrees and previous careers as illustrators. Click to read more about the “Best Tattoo Shop”.
I recently had the pleasure of interviewing Victor Modafferi, Owner and Tattooer… Bullseye Tattoo. A great guy and some killer answers for my stupid question! Read and enjoy! Joey Caps: First off i’d like to thank you for getting online so early to answer some questions for our new site www.fuckthedumb.com Victor: My pleasure! Joey […]
The Bullseye Tattoo shop at 282 New Dorp Lane is an offshoot of a Web-based business with an established – and somewhat unusual – niche in the tattoo industry. Launched in December, the shop is a brick-and-mortar complement to BullseyeTattoos.com, which was founded in 2002. The online firm creates, sells and distributes its own original […]
Staten Island, NY (PRWEB) May 22, 2008 — Tattoo enthusiasts who want to flick their BICs in honor of this form of body art will once again find themselves showing off the creations of two Staten Island-based artists. BIC Lighter has again selected artists from BullseyeTattoos.com to create the covers for its popular limited edition […]
When artist Eric Iovino wandered into a city tattoo shop a decade ago, he had no idea how deeply the ink business would get under his skin. The Staten Island native had studied at Manhattan’s Fashion Institute of Technology in the early ’90s in hopes of becoming a comic book illustrator. By 1996, though, comics […]
It started out as another page on the World Wide Web. Now, one of the most popular tattoos design sites has taken concrete shape on Staten Island. Dead center on New Dorp Lane, Bullseye Tattoos doesn’t have the facade of the average tattoo parlor. “I didn’t want it to look like bikers and criminals come […]