My beloved tattoo artist Jason Stein from Cyclops Tattoo in San Francisco is a guy with beautiful tattoos and a unique fashion sense. He's usually sporting something unusual, like a pair of shoelaces you've never seen before or a whacky vintage button up shirt. In addition, he has a distinctive purple apron he wears when he's working, that simply begged to be immortalized.
Jason's Iconic Apron
Jason's purple apron was hand sewn and includes a clasp at the back of his neck and a tie around his waist.
His face is painted watercolor style with acrylics. His turquoise earrings are raised with a polymer acrylic hybrid paint.
That Whacky Shirt
This shirt print is a reproduction of a vintage button down that Jason often wears. His sleeves are rolled up to reveal meticulously recreated tattoos.
The turquoise earrings continue on the reverse side of his head, again using a polymer acrylic hybrid paint to create a raised texture.
His Trusty Hat
Jason is rarely seen without a newsboy cap. This cap was hand sewn, scaling down a full size hat pattern. The hat is made from a herringbone tweed and includes a personalized "JS" lining.