Results tagged with 'tattoos'
Published Nov. 9, 2017
Paul Zerkel, chef and co-owner of Goodkind, says he's always appreciated -- and trusted -- the artistic sense that tattoo artists bring to the table. And that's resulted in some very creative body art over the years that both marks milestones and pays homage to art.
Published Nov. 2, 2017
For Chef John Rudolph III of Downtown's Millioke restaurant, tattoos are a way to keep life from growing stagnant. "Body art is really a unique form of expression," he says. "And I love how artists take the ideas that you have and really interpret them. It's harnessing what they do well."
Published Oct. 26, 2017
Lisa Kirkpatrick, chef and co-owner of Goodkind, says she's always chosen tattoos on the basis of their artistic design. As a result, some of the designs she's chosen have had particularly unexpected consequences.
Published Oct. 17, 2017
For Chef Adam Pawlak of Black Sheep and The Love Shack, tattoos have become a record of his experiences. "Over the years, tattoos have really become a way for me to keep telling my story," he says, "Whether it's my story in food or the more personal side of my life."
Published Oct. 10, 2017
The passion and ingenuity chefs posssess is apparent in the dishes they serve; but it's also evident in the tattoos they choose to put on their bodies. This series is a tribute to chefs and their creativity, both in their kitchens and on their skin.
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