In this episode of Sessions, we hang out with Traditional tattoo artist Keir McEwan of Queens Street Tattoo in Honolulu, Hawaii.
Starting with the imagery of a Praying Hands piece, Keir McEwan tattoos the back of his friend’s neck. With so much room surrounding this iconic design, they decide to add another quintessential Old School image: Laugh Now, Cry Later drama masks. Depicted in black and grey, Keir McEwan’s tattoos represent the highest quality of classic American Traditional with a contemporary spin.
Known for their concentration and devotion to Traditional tattooing, Queens Street Tattoo is located in Honolulu, Hawaii. Not only a destination for millions of tourists each year, there is also a large population of the American military stationed here and Keir mentions that they make up much of the Queens Street clientele. Serving up gorgeous bright and bold tattoos each day, this Honolulu tattoo studio is perfect for the surrounding population. Much of the iconography that makes up Traditional tattooing is brimming with military concepts and designs. If you’re going to be traveling to this hot destination soon, make sure to stop in at Queens Street Tattoo for a piece of historical Hawaiian culture.
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