Posted by Erica January 27, 2012
The Stranger Factory is giving us the good word on TWO awesome gallery shows that are creeping up on us. First we have Joe Capobianco's 'BLOOD PUDDIN' from March 2nd - April 2nd 2012! 'BLOOD PUDDIN' will feature Joe's, well known, dark and mysterious pin up girls.
One thing I find so awesome about Joe's work is that he creates his pinups in such a dark and scary manner, but no matter how evil he makes his signature gals, they are still so damn hott! Mmmm I love me some Joe Capobianco!

Joe Capobianco: Blood Puddin’

March 2- April 2, 2012

Opening Reception with the artist: Friday, March 2, 6-9pm
Next will be Marie Sena's "DARK AGES" from March 2nd - April 2nd. The show will include her personal style of vintage 'golden age tattoo'. DARK AGES will feature pinup girls with dark images and/or themes.  Marie's work is influenced by flora and fauna, religious motifs, and Hispanic Culture.

Marie Sena: Dark Ages

March 2- April 2, 2012

Opening Reception with the artist: Friday, March 2, 6-9pm
It looks like the month of March has given the  Stranger Factory some Tattoo Fever! Two amazing artist? Two amazing shows? Sounds like one hell of a time!


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