Thursday, December 2, 2010

Friday, November 5, 2010

Feliz Dia De Los Mueretos

Airbrush face paint on "Bennie Chacon" by Mr Siego 

Feliz Dia De los Muertos and Happy Halloween 
We'd like to thank everyone that came to get there face painted. 
Im looking forward to it again next year. -Mr. Siego

Friday, September 10, 2010

Always Connected Microphone Tattoo

The homie Damu, was interested in getting his first tattoo. 
He wanted to express his love for music and a reminder to stay...
 "Always Connected".

He left with a tattoo that LL Cool J, can only envy.

"Always Connected" by Mr. Siego

Friday, September 3, 2010

International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Tattoo

  I met Frank Hernandez, earlier this year at the Slinging Ink Tattoo Expo in
 San Antonio Tx. 
He wasn't quite sure about getting his first tattoo at the time and decided to wait.
Im glad he decided to get it at the Blind Side, where good things always happen to those who wait.

He chose to show his dedication to the union, the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, by getting the IBEW logo blasted on his arm.

NO this isn't it

He thaught he knew what he wanted, I gave him what he couldn't imagine. - Mr. Siego

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Thursday, September 2, 2010

The Book of Matthew

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Sunday, July 4, 2010

Texas Tattoo Showdown, El Paso TX. Day 3

 Day 3

My client Rick came back to finish his piece from the previous day.
He was in pain but it was worth it.

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I made some time to get a few small tattoos in.


Danny De La Paz AKA "Chuco" and "Puppet"
of a Boulevard Nights and American Me

He later stopped by the booth and purchased a Mr. Siego, Official Blind Sider Print

The booth was packed all weekend... but where is the Ghetto Bird been?

No thats not him.

Making time for the fans...

Public relations someone's gotta do it...

With some some homies...

Back stage with Baby Bash!...

On stage...

... with MC. Magic?

Ghetto Bird, VIP everywhere he goes.


I was getting chased by a Rhino!

haha.. jk

Despite all the hard ship, The Tattoo Showdown was a success, we live and we learn.

Here we go again...

Saturday, July 3, 2010

Texas Tattoo Showdown, El Paso TX. Day 2

Day 2

I stayed up all night,  preparing for the client that had booked me for the whole day, just to get a call that he wouldn't be able to make it.  I was exhausted and very disappointed another day was wasted but
fortunately, some guys from day one came back to put me to work.

"Live & Learn"
Thats what I was doing all weekend.

Due to my early cancellation and wasted time, I didnt get to finish ...
To be Continue...

Friday, July 2, 2010

Texas Tattoo Showdown, El Paso TX. Day 1

 Texas Tattoo Showdown
Day 1

We finally arrived and the place was packed.

 Its a small world and I happen to run into the infamous,Victor Fuentes.  We continued our on going project and did some showing off  for the last few hours of show.

Tattooing him, turned alot of heads and I was quickly booked for the next day.

I cant get rid of this guy, he's everywhere!

Thursday, July 1, 2010

The Road to the Texas Tattoo Showdown Day1 and 2

Thursday July 1, 2010

Tough first day on the road to the Texas Tattoo Showdown in El Paso, Tx. We thaught we were off to an early start until we had a minor setback. A routine stop by a State Trooper got one of the Blindsiders a nice cold cell in Blanco County. After a few hours of harassment the kind officers finally bought the story that a few heavily tattooed guys were actually going to a tattoo convention.
My truck was impounded and we cracked some "My Cousin Vinni" jokes until we were let go. 
So much for an early start. 

Ghetto Bird, arrested and charged with suspended liscense, even though he's never had a license?
Blanco County jail, inmate population 2 prior to his release.

Day 2
Friday July 2, 2010 

G-Bird released and we continue the mission to the Showdown in "Chuco"town!


This was our first time to El Paso but something told us we were on the right path.

Our friend Victor Fuentes was already in El Paso, and left a smoke trail for us to follow.

Tattoo show or Juarez, Mexico?
Decisions, decisions, to make...

The first day of the show was almost over but Mr Siego and the Ghetto Bird finally made it!

Wednesday, June 30, 2010


 Last year I tattooed alone at the Alamo City Tattoo Show and ended the weekend getting my first tattoo. This year Wisdom was there to back me up and stopped me from getting tattooed again. J/K 

The weekend was a little slow but we made the best of it, we met new and interesting people and had a lot of fun!

Day 1

Coy fish by Wisdom    Angel Portraits by Mr. Siego (first session still in progress)

Our friend from Houston met up with is for his second session and had a photo shoot with 
Texas Tattoo Magazine

Day 2

Ms Jeanie sitting back watching Ms. Shorty seal the deal!

Wisdom doing what he does best.

Tribal Ying Yang by Wisdom

Wisdom taking a break and considering a new tattoo machine.

Wisdom hard at work and everyone else sitting there looking pretty.

Day 3

Script Tattoo by Mr Siego

Victor Fuentes showed up and some how got himself into my tattoo chair. I just cant shake this guy he's everywhere.

, Luar of Ancient Ink and Jack Rudy of  Good Time Charlies Tattoo Land, this guy some  how talked me into a tattoo last year.

Before and After  
Cover up and Blue Ribbon by Wisdom, on our new friend Tea Santos,
 owner and operator of Speed Date SA

Fortunately we were too busy to get photos of other tattoos walking around the show, unfortunately I got to see this one in person.... BIG NASTY