My guest this week on the Piercing Wizard Podcast is Christina Blossey of Piercing Experience in Atlanta. We talk about how she got into the industry and her growth from apprentice under last week’s guest (Brian Skellie) to studio owner.
An opportunity to share ideas with my colleagues hosted by Ryan Ouellette from Precision Body Arts. Check out his podcast for interesting discussions …
Brian Skellie comes to Brasil for 5th International Tattoo Convention of Joinville #propiercersleague
See you there to share! I’ll be here just before BMXnet to help my colleagues further their organizational momentum!! It gives us …
Glad you could visit my site, and I’ll be pleased to talk with you and address your questions in detail. As an authorized SciCan dealer for …
What’s going on inside is more than origami
THE FABRIKATOR WAS UGLY, noisy, a fire hazard, and it smelled. Borislav got it for the kids in the neighborhood.
One snowy morning, in his work gloves, long coat, and fur hat, he loudly power-sawed through the wall of his kiosk. He duct-taped and stapled the fabrikator into place.
The neighborhood kids caught on instantly. His new venture was a big hit.
The fabrikator made little plastic toys from 3-D computer models. After a week, the fabâs dirt-cheap toys literally turned into dirt. The fabbed toys just crumbled away, into a waxy, non-toxic substance that the smaller kids tended to chew.
Borislav had naturally figured that the brief lifetime of these toys might discourage the kids from buying them. This just wasnât so. This wasnât a bug: this was a feature. Every day after school, an eager gang of kids clustered around Borislavâs green kiosk. They slapped down their tinny pocket change with mittened hands. Then they exulted, quarreled, and sometimes even punched each other over the shining fab-cards.
The happy kid would stick the fab-card (adorned with some glossily fraudulent pic of the toy) into the fabrikatorâs slot. After a hot, deeply exciting moment of hissing, spraying, and stinking, the fab would burp up a freshly minted dinosaur, baby doll, or toy fireman.
Foot traffic always brought foot traffic. The grownups slowed as they crunched the snowy street. They cast an eye at the many temptations ranked behind Borislavâs windows. Then they would impulse-buy. A football scarf, maybe. A pack of tissues for a sneezy nose.
Once again he was ahead of the game: the only kiosk in town with a fabrikatorâ¦.
The Knowledge | HOW TO REBUILD OUR WORLD FROM SCRATCH.
I’ll be an educator and participant at BMXnet This October for World Standards Day 2013.
Read about FDA processing guidance
Brian Skellie at the 2ND Educational Congress for Professional Body Piercers in Brasil
Welcome to Bravo! A fractionated vacuum autoclave from SciCan Buy a Bravo now BRAVO chamber autoclave Features Fractionated vacuum …
How to set up your new Statim G4 autoclave by SciCan
Brian Skellie teaches sterilization skills for the professional body piercer and tattooist in Milan at the 7th APTPI congress
I am teaching Biomaterials standards for body art at the BMXnet conference in Essen, Germany this month for World Standards Day, the celebration of …
Brian Skellie introduced STATIM autoclaves to our industry in the 1990’s, and hundreds of professionals have come to work with them over the years. Statim autoclaves have fully validated fast sterilization cycles, which makes them ideal for sterilizing jewelry and all the items as needed for each piercing as well as the routine wrapped items every studio needs. In this class we will explore how they should be handled in our daily routine.
Ever wonder why we get different results when we search for the same thing? I don’t think it is a glass half empty/half full thing. It seems evident that the internet is serving as both the library and news journal for many of us, and that our machine personalized search results from Google, Yahoo, Bing and the rest are skewed in different ways.
Here is a look at a few recent piercings I performed during an exhibition for colleagues in New England. I really enjoy sharing ideas and techniques as a guest of my peers. My goal is an atraumatic aseptic technique: Primum non nocere
MULTIsteril: A brief review. Let’s automate the cleaning process to eliminate risk
Hooray for Ventner
1:30 PM – January 25, 2010 – By Kevin Parrish – Source : Tom’s Guide US Elastic Water could eventually replace plastic, …
xkcd: Computer Problems.
An educational overview of some of the important historical steps forward in infection control and sterilization
Event Related Sterility I-Introduction Event-Related Sterility Maintenance Policy defines procedures intended to maintain the sterility of packages until they are used. …
via Basics on Processing & Sterilization – Sterile & Materials Processing Department – University of Rochester Medical Center. Basics on Processing & …