30 April, 2012

Rochester Tattoo Convention 2012

I will tattooing at the 4th annual  Roc City Tattoo Expo May 4,5,6!
      at the Radisson Hotel in Rochester, NY.
If you would like to book an appointment for a tattoo please email DustinNowlin@gmail.com

27 April, 2012


I recently put the finishing touches on this Dragon-Koi for Ryan. It was a humbling learning experience. And I'll always have the wearer to thank for trusting me to do such an enjoyable and exciting tattoo! C/S

Gun Play

I enjoy doing letters from time to time. :)

21 April, 2012

Companion Photos

Opening Eve.
Photo courtesy of Maria and Ryan Smith.
On view until May 5th 2012
Le Diable XV.
 Thursday, April 26th 2012 Arts Collinwood Gallery will be hosting a Gallery Talk between Artist and Writer Douglas Max Utter  and I. The talk will be entirely open to the public and will begin at 7pm.

09 April, 2012


This was the last tattoo I made at Good Life...it was an awesome going away present!

07 April, 2012

The Marseille Companion Opening Friday, April 13th 2012

The Marseille Companion
Stands as a visual journey through the soul of the artist. In a recreation of what is known as “Star Spread” – a five card spread, using the formidable archetypes and virtues prescribed in The Tarot De Marseille. One of the oldest known and complete tarot deck in human history, originated in Italy during the 15th century. Initially used as a simple card game to pass the time, the tarot has picked up many mysticisms of its power and intended use over centuries. The Series of works depict a visceral portrayal of ones reality and forces the painter to question the very foundation of ones existence against the universal values found in the cards.

“For me the tarot is sacred. It has a being and a definitive purpose which lends to its divinity, making it an illuminating traveling companion.”  -Dustin Nowlin

 Arts Collinwood  
15605 Waterloo Road  Cleveland, OH 44110
(216) 692-9500
Thurs.-Sat. from 11 am- 11 pm. With a Gallery Talk on Thursday, April 26 at 7 pm featuring the exhibiting artist and guest speaker Douglas Max Utter.