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Peter SteeleyDan @ April 15, 2010 8:19 PM
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amazing tattoos. this dude is a beast



ATWA @ April 15, 2010 8:22 PM
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paul booth stuff is always good quality. that last one looks like it might have been better in theory than execution.
Peter SteeleyDan @ April 15, 2010 8:23 PM
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i heard he's extra expensive tho
Peter SteeleyDan @ April 15, 2010 8:40 PM
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these three dont even do him justice, they are decent but if you ever saw his last rites book, he does color too. amazing stuff in there
WREN @ April 15, 2010 9:31 PM
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Booth is currently $500 an hour minimum of 3 hours.

He's also doing weirdo shit like tattoos by candlelight or blacklight now too. If you have an appointment with him, you have no choice but to go along for the ride.

He's also really big into collaborations. You can actually move up his waiting list alot faster if you'll just let him and two or three other guys go at it at once. You get to give them a general idea of what you want and they just do it, you are really taking a gamble on what it's going to look like but they all tend to look incredible.

I was on his waiting list at one point and there was like 2200 people before me the last time i called to check on my status. I'm probably due soon but i don't have the money to get him to work on me. I might just pay for him to sketch something up, which still isn't cheap but better than paying a minimum of $1500.

He's by far more known for his grey work, his color is good but it's not nearly as good as his greys.
Peter SteeleyDan @ April 15, 2010 9:38 PM
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damn thats insane. if i had the cash id get him to do the rest of my neck. but i dont have 1500
WREN @ April 15, 2010 9:53 PM
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Last Rites is in New York but I heard he's hardly ever there. Thus the reason his waiting list takes forever to get down. Any artist that i've ever met said he's really peculiar. He tattoos like 5 people, maybe, a week. And he'll skip over any regular client to tattoo someone famous. The dudes from Slipknot basically called the shop one day and were tattooed the following day. But with him being as good as he is and in demand as he is, he basically can do whatever he wants. He's making tons of money off of selling those same 5 sheets of flash to every shop in the country and outside the guys from LA and Miami Ink, he's easily the highest paid artist just for appearances.

It sucks that he no longer does conventions because watching him work was incredible. There are better artists then him out there but what makes him special is how fucking incredibly fast he works. I watched a video of him doing some dudes arm and the speed he was going I swore he was fucking up alot. When he cleaned the excess ink off it was perfect. I hate him for being that good and I can't even draw stick figures right.
WREN @ April 15, 2010 9:54 PM
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Oh and Last Rites does occasionally do "Creep In Days" on scheduled Saturdays. They do them like 4 times a year and they are the only days of the year that the shop accepts walk ins. Good luck in scoring a session though because some people will sleep in their cars right outside the place.
Peter SteeleyDan @ April 15, 2010 9:58 PM
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ill settle for philly eddies to do mine, cant shed that cash, most of the time i can sneak tattoos off troy for tip money. good dude.
WREN @ April 15, 2010 10:03 PM
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Troy is awesome.

He actually has Booth work on his arm. That hand holding the apple at the top is Paul Booth.
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