Tattoo Artist Zombie Joe Visits GMG To Apply Fresh Ink [360 Video]

Tattoo artist Zombie Joe stopped by GMG for an afternoon of some quick touchup work and new ink on Richard, which included a small pizza slice. Joe, who is in the process of selling his Norco, CA location to move to Epic Tattoos in North Fort Worth full-time, has been a garage favorite, having previously worked on Mike Coy. Mike and Joe became fast friends last year when Mike walked into the shop just looking for ideas and ended up with lettering on his chest and knuckles. Mike later returned for a piece on his left arm.

In addition to being known for his freehand lettering and tattoos for the past 20 years, Joe is a member of Duke’s Car Club. Established way back in 1962, Duke’s Car Club is the oldest lowrider-bomb club in the world originated in Southern California, but chapters spanning the world.

Zombie Joe’s 1959 Ford F100 – 302

This patina truck features pinstriping from well-known artists Dave Whittle and Dallas’ own, Loki.

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  1. Have a Buick LaSalle station wagon 1960. Sets out back . Glass is good except windshield. One of a kind. Good for your shop to rebuild.

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