Artist Profile: David Glantz, Archive Tattoo
For this week's artist profile, we're showing our Canadian friends some love with a spotlight on tattooist David Glantz of Archive Tattoo in Toronto.
David and his wife Elyse opened Archive Tattoo in 2008, an appointment-only studio offering a diversity of solid work from classic to modern tattoo genres. He works in a highly graphic style, often using perspective, light and shadow in his illustrations and tattooing. David says that his influences include Art Nouveau, Art Deco, comic books and graffiti. He's also well-versed in Japanese tattooing and fluid, figurative work.
Read more on David here and check his Tublr for updates on his work & studio news.
The most recent news is Archive's participation the Tattooers for Japan project, a global network of tattoo artists raising money for relief efforts. On Sunday, April 3rd, the studio will be donating all proceeds of their work that day to the project. Clients will be able to chose from two to three sheets of Japan-inspired flash, with prices ranging from $50 to $150. The flash set will also be available for purchase as a limited edition.
More on Tattooers for Japan and other ways we can help coming soon.