Poster - Hells Kitchen Tattoo

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Poster - Hells Kitchen Tattoo
Poster - Hells Kitchen Tattoo
Poster - Hells Kitchen Tattoo

Poster - Hells Kitchen Tattoo

In the late 40s, when tattoos were a Stigma for the poor and underprivileged, the outcasts of society, Johnny "Mad Dog" Chesterton opened his first Tattoo-shop "Hell's kitchen tattoo" in Hollister, CA. When a few years later the legendary riots took place in this quiet little town, his shop was burned to the ground and he had to leave California to work as a tattoo-artist in Hamburg, Germany.

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In the late 40s, when tattoos were a Stigma for the poor and underprivileged, the outcasts of society, Johnny "Mad Dog" Chesterton opened his first Tattoo-shop "Hell's kitchen tattoo" in Hollister, CA. When a few years later the legendary riots took place in this quiet little town, his shop was burned to the ground and he had to leave California to work as a tattoo-artist in Hamburg, Germany.

Pin Up Art for your wall!
Beautifully elaborated Pencil artworks you know from our Shirtprints. Now you can surround yourself with the lovely Rumble59 ladies 24/7 and get every detail in high resolution from head to toe!
Pure eye candy for your living room, for your garage or to be the perfect christmas-gift.

Printed on heavy stock paper (250 g/qm) and in large size (DIN A1, 59 cm x 84 cm / 23" x 33").

Each Poster comes safely packed in a heavy tube.

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In the late 40s, when tattoos were a Stigma for the poor and underprivileged, the outcasts of society, Johnny "Mad Dog" Chesterton opened his first Tattoo-shop "Hell's kitchen tattoo" in Hollister, CA. When a few years later the legendary riots took place in this quiet little town, his shop was burned to the ground and he had to leave California to work as a tattoo-artist in Hamburg, Germany.

Pin Up Art for your wall!
Beautifully elaborated Pencil artworks you know from our Shirtprints. Now you can surround yourself with the lovely Rumble59 ladies 24/7 and get every detail in high resolution from head to toe!
Pure eye candy for your living room, for your garage or to be the perfect christmas-gift.

Printed on heavy stock paper (250 g/qm) and in large size (DIN A1, 59 cm x 84 cm / 23" x 33").

Each Poster comes safely packed in a heavy tube.

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