How many people do you know with epic tattoos? Of those people, how many of them are in a pretty much constant state of fiscal-overdrawnery and/or unemployment (AKA: “freelancing”)? Do they live in Williamsburg? Do they wish they did? They might be in photographer Paul Nathan’s new coffee table book, “Generation Ink: Williamsburg, Brooklyn,” featuring portraits of walking canvases who have spent upwards of $10,000 on their ink. Who are these people, where did they get $10,000 and why did they spend it on tattoos? And who are you to judge? You have a Louis Vuitton bag but are a month behind on rent! Oh, wait, that’s me. Did these people get their money’s worth? And what’s your number?
“Generation Ink: Williamsburg, Brooklyn” ($29.95) will be available starting September 1 at retailers including Urban Outfitters.
Yes, but a Louis Vuitton bag is forever.
YES!!!! Yes it is.
I remember that Brokelyn first very well: new writer shows up to meeting with Luis Vuitton bag AND a bag holder. Maybe you can rent it out to pay your landlord.
Where does nurse Clinton hang out, is he on the Brokeland dating scene?
Good point. Where is the Brokeland dating board?
if i spent 10 g’s on tats, i would be a nudist.
I see people at the checkout lines using food stamps and have new $10,000 tattoos.