To those Friends and Artists
that have passed on. We can
never forget them.

These pages are my tributes to some friends, gone but not forgotten.....

SuzAnne Fauser ...................A friend, an inspiration and a remarkable artist.

Fat Cat...................................A brother, an antagonist and a true true friend.

Sailor Moses.........................My friend, my mentor and the real wizard of hocus pocus.

Lou Scibarus..........................A giant among men and a legend among tattooists.

Asa Lee Crowe........................A man of the old tradition, with an entertainers heart.

Mr Tramp..............................Ahead of his time and truly one of a kind.

Artist & Fan Tributes

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In Memorium

Suzanne Fauser
SuzAnne was a very dear friend of mine, since 1980 or so.I first met her in a not-so-great motel room in Cleveland Ohio, where she first tattoed me. She tattoed most of my arms, mostly doodling at my request, as I trusted her implicitly, and was never disappointed at her exquisite work. I loved her dearly, and miss her. Thank God I have permanent reminders of her. I am a musician and I dedicated my latest album to SuZanne, where I included the track appropriately entitled, SuZanne. Thank you, SSSSSSSSssssssssssssssssssss
<Snake Rock>
las Vegas, Nv USA - Sunday, November 23, 2003 at 16:46:01 (PST)

In Memorium

Suzanne Fauser
I am truely stunned and saddened by the news of Suzanne's passing, which I learned of here tonight. I knew Suzanne in High School and College. She was my first real girlfriend and her sense of fun and adventure really opened me up and widened my vision of the world. She was my first artist as well, and nudged me down a path I am still on today. I have not seen her for quite a while, but have followed her career through her tattoo work and through a mutual friend for whom we both worked. I feel the world tonight got a little less colorful and a lot sadder. My deepest condolances to her firends and family.
<Bill Graham>
Burbank, CA USA - Thursday, November 08, 2001 at 00:24:13 (PST)

In Memorium

Suzanne Fauser
I visited Suzanne's shop, Creative Tattoo, back in '93. She drew a marvelous piece of a Dragon entwined about a Yin-Yang, with a Tsunami on one side and a wave of flame on the other. There were smokey clouds all about with cherry blossoms dotted here and there. She then proceded to give me what is my first and best tattoo. I had heard that she had closed up her Liberty St. shop and had moved on. Later, I found out that she was doing work again. I had always meant to go back to her to get my other shoulder done. She was such a nice person, she treated me, as a first timer, with a measure of respect. I waish I hadn't taken so long to try to find her again. I ran a search on the web and came up with her Obituary. Needless to say, I called a few friends to give them the bad news. Suzanne, if you can hear me, thank you and God bless.
<Michael Mangahas>
Troy, MI USA - Friday, September 28, 2001 at 09:12:12 (PDT)

In Memorium

Candice Irwin
Candice was shot down by her ex-boyfriend because she didn't want to be with him no more. I want to send a shut uot to Candice that she is and will always be loved. And that everyone misses her. Love ya Candice you was and still are a good friend, love Chasy
<Chasity L.>
Battle Creek, MI USA - Wednesday, July 18, 2001 at 09:25:20 (PDT)

In Memorium


hola, mexico - Wednesday, April 11, 2001 at 16:13:33 (PDT)

In Memorium

SuzAnne Fauser
I was shocked and saddened when I learned of SuzAnne's passing. She truly brought ideas to life with such ease. My body was a work in progress and will remain forever incomplete. Goodbye, I will miss your insight and humor.
Auburn, mi USA - Saturday, March 24, 2001 at 05:11:47 (PST)

In Memorium
Gale Allison Smallwood Wall

Gale loved her tattoos. From her first butterfly to the last one of the "Swan song man", she spent 25 years thinking of the "next one". Her favorite was her sons names in large bold script on her back. James and Keith.
Sweetwater, OK USA - Tuesday, March 06, 2001 at 19:37:10 (PST)

In Memorium
Little G

G tattooed all over the country. In Tattoo shops from Chicago, to Monterey Ca and finally in Las Vegas NV. Known as a Biker Tattooist from Sturgis to Daytona. Played hard and died hard - Tattooing and Harleys were his life.
<Curly Bob>
Las Vegas, NV USA - Saturday, March 03, 2001 at 13:14:45 (PST)

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