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Dick Warsocki

Good Time Charlie's Tattooland

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Top Tattoo Artists in Southern California | Six Feet Under

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Then another turning point came for Corey Miller in 1989 on the day Dick Warsocki walked into the shop.
Warsocki was known for his beautiful Native American fine-line tattoos. Artists such as Mark Mahoney, Freddy Negrete, and Dick Warsocki had previously worked at Good Time Charlie's, and it was there that Corey got the chance to work with Jack Rudy and Mike Brown-artists whom Corey collectively refers to as 'the Kings of Black and Grey.' Corey considers himself fortunate to have learned some important technical skills from Brown and to have seen masterpieces created by the hand of Jack Rudy, his friend and mentor.


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Then another turning point came for Corey Miller in 1989 on the day Dick Warsocki walked into the shop.
Warsocki was known for his beautiful Native American fine-line tattoos. Artists such as Mark Mahoney, Freddy Negrete, and Dick Warsocki had previously worked at Good Time Charlie's, and it was there that Corey got the chance to work with Jack Rudy and Mike Brown-artists whom Corey collectively refers to as "the Kings of Black and Grey.


Musink » Tattoo Artists

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Artists such as Mark Mahoney, Freddy Negrete, and Dick Warsocki had previously worked at Good Time Charlie's, and it was there that Corey got the chance


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The next milestone in his career was two years later when Dick Warsocki walked into the shop.
Warsocki was known for his beautiful Native American fine-line tattoos. That day Corey just so happened to be working on a Indian Head tattoo on a customer's back, Warsocki complimented him on the design and ask he to come with him to a tattoo convention in New Orleans. Artists such as Mark Mahoney, Freddy Negrete, and Dick Warsocki had previously worked at Good Time Charlie's, and it was there that Corey got the chance to work with Jack Rudy and Mike Brown-artists whom Corey collectively refers to as "the Kings of Black and Grey."


gb-tattoo.com

Artists > Dick Warsocki Dick Warsocki Dick Warsocki of Grinn and Barrett Tattoo Studio OmahaAn Omaha native and nationally respected artist, Dick Warsocki has spent almost half his life working behind a tattoo machine.As founder of Grinn & Barrett, he helped promote tattoo culture in Omaha and is a time-honored veteran of the craft. Make no mistake -- when it comes to dropping names, Dick has an impressive laundry list of peers, including: Jack Rudy, Suzann Fauser, Shoemaker Mike, Louie Lomoi, Steve Fergusen, Fat George, Bryan Everett, Sailor Moses, Deana Rudnicki, Burt Rodriguez and Paul Booth to name a few. Dick spent time on the road working the "tattoo tour", spreading ink across the country as a visiting artist.He tattooed with some of the best in the industry and also did time in California -- working at Good Time Charlie's Tattoo Land in Anaheim. Needless to say, Dick's been there and done that. Dick sold Grinn & Barrett to his former employee Jen Beirola in 2006 with plans to retire, but since retirement, "is for people with nothing better to do," you can find him at the shop laying ink with the rest of the crew.Jen Beirola | Dick Warsocki | Nikki Pettis | Jeremiah Connor | Wade Pellegran


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