Skip Cisto has devoted much of his life to the love of art. Being raised in an Italian family with all its traditions was a huge influence toward music, dance, and art. Skip began dancing in ballet as a child and later picked up classical guitar, soon after his talent transformed into a love for the blues.
Shane Hartline started out skate boarding at the age of 11. He became sponsored by Gouge Clothing, Tracker Trucks, Skull Skates, and Exile Skate Boards. Skate boarding quickly led him to the local music scene. Being brought up by a family of musicians, Shane picked up the guitar at 14 years old.
Tattooing since ’96 as a profession. Apprenticed with Jeff Duke who worked under Jerry Riegger. He worked at Devotion Tattoo, Big Bad Tattoo, Body Art Inks and settled in at Evermore Galleries in 2006. Music and art has always been the basis of life along with with being a complete gearhead.
LaLa began body piercing in 2000 at the same time she began modeling. She moved to Oceanside, CA to further her piercing and modeling career. While there she met shop owners Greg and Shella Griffin of Body Graphix in Temecula, and began working for them.
Miguel Gonzalez started skateboarding at the age of 9 in Zihuatanejo, Mexico. Skateboarding quickly led to the underground art of graffitti. At the age of 11 his family emmigrated to the United States and settled in Chattanooga, TN.