At the young age of 19, Daniel acquired tattoo-equipment from a retiring artist and started learning this art and craft. With over 20 years experience, he has been working at Body Armor the past 12 years, "I just want to be able to keep doing what I love so much and to be good at it. I'm veiy well iounded and dedicated to do a great job no matter what the motif is. Jack has been very good to me over the years, he's inspiring me on a daily basis with his masterful tattooing and beautiful art."
but I choose to step outside my comfort zone to keep developing my skills. I think it's about knowing who you are and where you belong; I have found my way in life, I know who I am and what I'm drawn to, I'm all about exploring my chosen path. I tell my apprentices to draw every day whether they want to or not, drawing on a day you really don't want to is usually where real gains are made - just like in Karate, if you sit down to draw 1000 dragons, a "lucky" accident can change everytliing, I love that, it's powerful! I think, maybe, this is what drives me. Happiness in small dozes is what life is all about. Life is short - do what makes you happy, that's my motto.
"to perfect my work, that's the way it has to be. It's not a job - it's a lifestyle, it's my entire life. I draw as much as I possibly can, every free moment I have, my sketch-book is out" - Mosher tells me as we're driving to Grand Rapids, 40 min. North of Kalamazoo. "Soon I'll be launching my own rotary machine, in collaboration with Workhorse Irons. Workhorse Irons in Grand Rapids are currently working on the proto-type. I'm also working on
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