In Da Streets

In Da Streets
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Unbenkownst to many, the streets of Salt Lake City are home to a wide variety of spots perfect for skiing or snowboarding. Photographer Jake Vivori scooped out the best locations and snapped photos of some talented riders using these spots to their full potential. … read more

Localized

Localized
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If you haven’t experienced Localized yet, now is the time to start. March 8 at Urban Lounge welcomes the genre-bending Lady Murasaki and the playful Secret Abilities. There won’t be any similarities in sound between the sets, but both these bands will make you want to move your body. If that’s not enough to spark your interest, consider this: Strange rockers 90s Television will be opening, and it’s only $5, 21+ to get in the door. … read more

Keith P. Rein: The P is for Penis

Keith P. Rein: The P is for Penis
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Imagine an artistic cocktail combining traditional and digital techniques, a dash of video games, some beautiful women in sexual situations, and the occasional popsicle. The result is the work of one-of-a-kind illustrator Keith P. Rein, whose exceptional Athens, Ga.–based studio, The P is for Penis, will be returning once again this year to the Salt Lake Tattoo Convention. … read more

Painted Temple: Tattoo Craftsmen to the World

Painted Temple: Tattoo Craftsmen to the World
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When I first walked into Painted Temple Tattoo, I got the feeling that I had walked into the wrong shop. However, underneath this art gallery/tattoo shop is a world of pure metal manufacturing: acetylene torches, surface grinders and spare parts. It’s one thing to illustrate bodies—it’s another to craft the tools yourself. Dan Walker and Oak Adams, the owners and artists at Painted Temple, have been crafting their own tattoo machines (don’t call it a gun) since 2007, and business is good. … read more