Paramus, NJ (PressExposure) November 25, 2009 -- Rebel Ink Magazine welcomes you to its chasm of chaos in its fourth issue. As it continues to travel further down south of heaven, the number of passengers in its van headed towards the asylum continues to grow. Rebel Ink Magazine sticks its face against the glass and flicks its tongue at anyone willing to stare, taking down artists, athletes, TV stars and rock stars to its abyss of anarchy and bedlam.
In this issue, "LA Ink" stars, Amy Nicoletto and Aubry Fischer, raise hell in poses influenced by Mitch O'Connell's angels and devils flash designs. While Amy seduces readers to take a bite out of the forbidden fruit in a devilish persona, Aubry is every bit the sinful beauty in angel's attire. The inner layout matches good versus evil and, in the end, it is the reader who walks away the victor.
Ink-heavy athletes also represent in this new issue as Denver Nuggets power forward, Chris "Birdman" Andersen, hits the hardwood with two gorgeous ladies, flexes his tatted muscles and lets the world know that he "doesn't give a crap if you hate him," while Minnesota Vikings sack master, Jared Allen, grabs his rifle, heads into the woods and exercises his right to bare his tatted arms. The sounds of hell resonate through the pages with features on hardcore rockers who bring the ink and attitude that fuel their uncompromising music movements. Atreyu frontman, Alex Varkatzas, Suicide Silence and infamous living dead man Dr. Chud provide the soundtrack for Rebel Ink's road trip across route 666.
And of course, there are tons of tat convention coverage as roving tat maniac Frank De BlasÃ© brings us all the madness from Ink 'n' Iron 2009, while the Rebel Ink road team captured La La Land's finest inked specimens at the Tattoo Hollywood body mod gathering.
This issue's featured ink slingers are a mix of the left and right coasts. West coast artist extraordinaire, Roman of Artistic Element Tattoos and east coast tat-man Taylor Cort of Mutiny Tattoos push the pedal to the metal with their horror-ific and biomechanical artworks.
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