You’re looking for a job. You don’t want what everyone already has. You don’t want the hassle of aftercare. You’ve got plenty of reasons not to get a tattoo. Although they’re all legitimate reasons, you’re still left with that yearning to get inked, especially whenever you’re reminded of John Wick’s back tattoo. Because it’s just… Continue reading What Is Momentary Ink and How Does It Work?
Graphic design has become one of the most powerful tools used in various industries, from advertising, media, manufacturing, and more. Regardless of the industry, it can create a great impression to the target audience, deliver strong messages without lengthy paragraphs, indicate professionalism, and build a unique brand identity. One rule to follow when using design… Continue reading Essential Parts of Graphic Design Used for Branding
More than 39 million people in North America have at least one tattoo, according to the website of Mill Office for Science and Society. Tattoos are a popular form of body art. They are being used by people around the world for several reasons. People have them for religious purposes, for enhanced aesthetics, as a… Continue reading Understanding the History and Changes in Skin Art
The pandemic surely unveiled new challenges in relationships, even those long-standing ones, including extended periods of separation. If you and your partner weathered through a tumultuous year, congratulations! Any future adversities would prove to be easy for you. Unexpectedly, the world has seen an explosion in wedding engagements during a time of supposed isolation. While… Continue reading A Look at Post-Pandemic Weddings
Rock and roll music is dead. That has been the persistent sentiment at certain periods and from even those who live by it, like Gene Simmons (“Rock is finally dead.“) and Trent Reznor (“I think rock bands are generally out of fashion . . .”). But the genre that has compelled kids to disobey the… Continue reading The Slow and Constant Death of Rock and Roll
Every animal on the big screen has a champion — the hero or anti-hero who will defy convention all in the name of their beloved pet. There’s farmer Hoggett, who insisted, on pain of public humiliation, that Pig can be a sheepherding dog. There’s Atari, who hijacked a plane to look for his body-guard dog… Continue reading The Life and Times of Being a John Wick Dog
In John Wick’s hands, anything can be weaponized — especially a muscle car. From “John Wick” to “John Wick: Chapter 2,” the world’s most wanted hitman steered his 1969 Mustang like he was wielding a sword or a TR1 with precision and focus. John isn’t just capable of running over the tons of bad guys… Continue reading The John Wick Car: Was it a Boss 429 or a Mach 1?
Back in the days, couples would exchange rings, trinkets, and other personal items to showcase their love and affection in front of a professional videographer at their wedding. But these days, more and more couples are getting relationship tattoos as a mark of their devotion. Body art was once frowned upon, but now, people are… Continue reading The Best Couple Tattoos That Elevate Relationship Goals
What happens when you shoot one of the highest ranking members of the High Table in The Continental, in full view of witnesses? You get $14 million worth of bounty on your head and you run through the streets of Manhattan to survive. This is how “John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum” opens up. The… Continue reading Parabellum According to John Wick