Lake Bell & Scott Campbell for New York Magazine

Lake Bell & Scott Campbell for New York Magazine

Actress Lake Bell links up with her husband, tattooer Scott Campbell, for a photo shoot with New York Magazine. Photos by Mark Seliger. *Contains nudity.

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All That’s Gold Does Not Glitter. A journey with Scott Campbell. (Video)

Hit the jump for Exclusive B&W photos by the Director Alessandro Zuek Simonetti.

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Scott Campbell’s Skin Flick (Video)

NOWNESS presents Scott Campbell’s Skin Flick. The film is the first in a series titled Reflections from director Matt Black. In the film, Scott discusses his accidental rise in the art world.

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Scott Campbell x Louis Vuitton

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New York based artist Scott Campbell was recruited by Marc Jacobs (whom he tattoos) for the Louis Vuitton SS11 menswear presentation in Paris. Along with tattooing models with temporary LV logo neck tattoos, he also customized a number of leather bags.

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Scott Campbell “If You Don’t Belong, Don’t Be Long” Exhibition NYC

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If you’re in the area be sure to check out Scott Campbell‘s first solo show in NYC.

“In what will be his first solo presentation of his works in New York City, Scott Campbell will showcase his unique aesthetic via sculptures, paintings and drawings. Campbell has the taken the blue collar grit and lore of tattoo culture and extracted a visual language and wit that are supremely refined and deliberate. His uncanny ability to tell a story with any medium, flesh or otherwise, will be on display for his upcoming exhibition, “If You Don’t Belong, Don’t Be Long”, which will feature all new work. The opening reception kicks off Thursday, April 29th at 6pm, running through 9pm. The show itself will be on display until May 29th, 2010.”

OHWOW
112 Crosby Street
New York, NY 10012

Via: hypebeast

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The Art of Scott Campbell

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Scott Campbell, a talented American tattoo artist, has created a series of cool artworks by laser cutting stacks of one dollar bills.”

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