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Watch New Trailer for “Color Outside The Lines” – Documentary About African American Tattoo Artists

Watch New Trailer for "Color Outside The Lines" - Documentary About African American Tattoo Artists

A few weeks ago, I received a new trailer for Color Outside the Lines, an engaging documentary that gives an honest voice to the history, struggles and triumphs of African-American tattoo artists. I never posted it at Shadow and Act because, well, shit happens! It goes that way sometimes; things get buried or lost and you fall a step behind in the game, but what’s important is that I have it now; and I can also say that I’ve seen an early screener of the film and nope [wags finger]…I’ll save that discussion for another day. Since then, the team behind the film, Artemus Jenkins [director] and Miya Bailey [artist | producer] have launched an official website for the film. For readers who missed my initial post on the film, check it out, HERE.

Color Outside the Lines does not have a release date scheduled yet but don’t be surprised if you see it pop up in this year’s festival circuit. For now, what do you think of the new trailer? Is it something you might be interested in checking out? Let us know, we want to hear from you!

Color Outside the Lines (Trailer) from artemus jenkins on Vimeo.

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Comments

Joy

I knew there couldn't be a doc about black tattoo artists without Zulu.

Nikyatu

Y E S and we're not even talking "hood status" tats: finally a piece beginning to explore the alternative black tat/piercing culture. I'm a #stan.

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