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California Gold Tattoo

3321 W Sunset Blvd

Los Angeles CA 90026


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117 W. 9th St #224
Los Angeles, CA, 90015
United States


Jeffery Page Los Angeles Tattooer and artist. official website, book appointments, purchase artwork and schedule consultations.

Specializing in traditional, black and grey tattooing.

Coverup and reworking old tattoos available. Please contact with any questions and inquiries.




It was the summer of 2003 and I just got done hanging out with Alan Forbes.  He had given me a Windsor & Newton series 7 brush and told me to use it for lining anything and everything.

It might of taken a while until it was really used except during this evening I got a text to do a flier for one of my favorite local bands Western Waste and even bigger band. 

So I was in and Alan said thats great. You can use it on that. I got home early that next morning making coffee thinking things were going to go as planned. Well I have to say the first part of it did. I came up with a drawing which I felt at the time had meaning and homage to what I was trying to convey. 

Inking with a brush however when you are use to the weight of pushing down is a whole other can of worms.

Regardless, I started feeling more comfortable with it. However, during that time I was really bad at leaving art next to liquids. So this wonderful poster flyer I was inking became a tragedy. This was not of my doing though. 

My cat Dyna jumped up on the desk showing that trait of curiosity. Just as I was able to see the events that were about to happen I watched the series of unfortunate and fortunate events unfold. Knocking over a shot glass 3/4 full of talens black ink splashed over the center of the poster. 

Within a moment it was destroyed without even seeing the light of day. Trying save pieces of paper and in the moment of rage I grabbed what ended up being a toothbrush dipping it violently in the spilled ink like trocar and proceeded splash it around on the sheets of pale arches watercolor paper. 

What came out of it was a collection of Rorschach style pieces. All drawn with passion and a simple beauty of a few brush strokes playing with the minds perception of contrast and thoughts. Which I guess now has become the art I call Tooththbrush Drawings.