The one inherent disadvantage of being a tattoo artist is that no matter how skilled your drawing, there's a good chance only a few people will see it, unless it's on Tara Reid, in which case nobody will. Parlaying her tatt'ing skills into art for your pad, the artist behind Thirteenth Story
From the mind/hand of a one-time tattoo artist turned comic storyteller, TS is a Hub-based illustrator whose attention-grabbing collection of mostly black/white ink drawings are accented with bold acrylic colors and portray humorous scenes/characters like ninjas, comic book heroes, and air balloon crashes, but not zeppelin crashes, because it really is too soon. Witty prints of FIN (the popular ninja from her soon-to-be-published book) include "The Element of Surprise is My Best Weapon" which depicts the stealth assassin as a purple-eared Easter bunny; a worried/slightly disheveled FIN holding a bouquet of red flowers named "Am I Late?"; and one where he's about to drop a boulder off a cliff above, "Big Headache Coming", a phrase previously reserved for the signing of Jermaine O'Neal. There're also gems like Guy featuring a black suit/white tie-clad cartoon dude sporting an incredibly long leg and a pair of pointed Aladdin-esque kicks; PS, a series showcasing a skinny martial artist that's been gagged yet continues to engage in everyday activities like taking a bath; and a Rorschach-esque black/white drawing of the aforementioned tree-crashed balloon called the Hot Air Balloon Incident, but not the Zeppelin Incident because, dude, it's only been like two more minutes!
Because your studio has four walls, TS also peddles prints like Diner, a crisp two-color piece depicting three barstools, and one that portrays the Incredible Hulk in the snow entitled, "Why Can't Puny Snow Leave Hulk Alone" -- almost the exact opposite problem that Tara Reid has with everyone in the film industry.