Thursday, September 8, 2011

"Hounds of Hell" Print For Sale!

I did this neat painting last year called "Hounds of Hell". To me it represents the conditioning of war on society and the effects on the human mind. It's printed on Archival water color paper at the size of 18"x18" limited edition of 50, signed and numbered. I will send one to you for $60 dollars plus shipping. E-mail me at if you are interested.
Rich Cahill

Friday, August 5, 2011

Jem Jr. Vintage Camera

I picked up this cool camera from Modern Love in town. I didn't even know if it would work or not. It takes the most amazing landscape photos. Its so easy to use. No focusing, just line up your scene and push the lever down and its made in New Jersey!
I will take this with me everywhere and share these images with you.

Thursday, July 28, 2011

Summer Tattoo Round Up

Its been a very busy and productive summer so far. I've started 2 killer dragon back piece's and tattooed some other very cool stuff. Im super stoked on a back piece on my buddy Nick. It started as a cover up and eventually ended up covering his whole back. I love Japanese dragons they are fun to tattoo and look sick! The other is on Rich . I've done both Rich's sleeves and I am so honored to do his Dragon Back piece. Rich might be my fist body suit. Im am booked for a few months now. And still taking requests for work in the future so if you have something in mind give me an email.

Monday, May 2, 2011

2011 Allentown Tattoo Show

On Friday it started out great. I tattooed Samantha Goodman's ribs on her way to the Sturgis roadshow. Then on to my ole buddy Jared Urban who I've been tattooing for 15 years now. It was good to see the same face's as last year and some new ones as well. I always have a good time at the Skinvitational. On Saturday I didn't make any appointments and just took walk bys. I did well and had fun drawing tattoos up on the spot. I Started out by tattooing a really cool biker character riding into the sunset on T. Wood. One of my favorites was the blackbird I did on Ann Marie Lance. I was so busy that afternoon I didn't see the monsoon that was going on outside. It still didn't deter the Gasket Goons from bringing the Hot Rods up for the car show. Saturday night was a blast hanging with the crew from Immortal Ink, Back to Back, and the Gasket Goons.
Sunday I finished up the convention with a mermaid and a seahorse. I look forward to next years convention!

Monday, April 11, 2011

Two d-bags go to Guatemala

Just recently returned from a central American adventure with Josh -- We spent 4 days visiting our friend Dave Spagna who has a tattoo shop called Speeds in Antigua, a small tourist town surrounded by volcanoes in central Guatemala. What an amazing trip! We got the incredible chance to immerse ourselves in the guatemalan culture. Josh and I both guested at Dave's shop, while there we were lucky enough to hang the whole time with Luis Bedregal, Art Escobar, and Carlob Charly Wolfos, amazing tattoo artists who happen to know every bar in Antigua- cool shop!
It was funny to discover that when we told people we were from Jersey they immediately assumed we were a couple d-bags from "Jersey Shore" which just so happened to be on everyones television sets at the time...what is this jersey shore shit?
Had a great time-did some cool tattoos on rad people-Susana, Nick, Heidi, Silvis and tattooed a cool panther on Dave Spagnas hand. Josh and I are hoping to go back in November and continue adventures in Antigua- hope you enjoy pictures from my vintage Jem camera- cheers!

Monday, March 7, 2011

It's that time of year again!

From the 15th-17th of April Lehigh Valley Tattoo Convention will be holding their annual Skindustry Expo. Always a great time- come on down and experience some of the areas best music, art and especially tattoos! You can find us at the Holiday Inn in Allentown Pa. I'm going to be putting in a lot of hours of work that weekend...most of my spots are open as of now so send me an e-mail if your interested:, hope to see you there my friends!

Monday, February 28, 2011

Just around the corner..

Hello everyone! Those piles of snow are finally melting and spring fever has only begun to sprung. (For the locals) we all know how it goes: As the days get longer, Frenchtown gets busier and busier. The shops been going great, not much time to sit around. The little hints of sunlight creeping through the windows make the days that much smoother. I mentioned in my last post that I had a lot of free space this winter- but with the changing of the seasons most of those spots have filled. I do, however have some free space around the middle of April on..get in touch with me if your interested!

Towards the end of March (24th-28th) I'll be closing up shop and heading down to Guatemala to visit a good friend, Dave Spagna. I can't wait to experience the ins and outs of his central American shop as well as creating some work of my own. The anticipation is overwhelming. I'm so excited to be surrounded by volcanoes, blue water, and especially the ancient Mayan culture...should be beautiful! I'm bringing my vintage camera to play around with the scenery, will definitely post pictures.
Here's a couple more images of current work- enjoy!

Monday, January 17, 2011

tattoo tattoo tattoo

Hey all! Wanted to spread the word around- got some free time in the months to come, get in touch with me if your interested. I generally do all of my consulting work via email and once I get the info I need, I'll contact you to make an appointment: Looking forward to some cool people who are looking to beat the winter blues with some cool tattoos! Come down to Frenchtown and we'll make it happen.

I've been playing around with my camera a lot lately, think I've successfully captured some of the tattoos I've been working on- Check, check em- more to come!

Monday, January 10, 2011

New shop, New year- Frenchtown at it's finest just keeps getting finer.

Welcoming in 2011, saying goodbye to good ole' 10. Much progress has been made since the opening of my new shop on 10 bridge street. A year later things are truly falling into place, it feels like home and I couldn't be happier. The (not so) new space gives me just that- space. Space to envision, space to create, and most importantly space for my clients to feel comfortable and safe. Being able to walk to and from work has not only been convenient but utterly inspiring- the fresh air, sounds, and sights of Frenchtown never cease to amaze me..and continue to intuitively speak through my work. Recently I've been doing some experimenting with an old camera from the 1940's that specializes in scenery-the view definitely helps.

In all honesty, my original intentions to open as a gallery/shop became a little muddled in the chaos of getting the actual shop on its feet. However, In the new year I plan on focusing more energy on shifting the gallery aspect to a studio where I can continue to produce my own work, focusing on painting. Happy& healthy new year to all- more to come!