High Times Magazine, the publication that helped create the tattoo culture, is celebrating the first anniversary of the magazine’s launch.
The publication, which has sold more than 100 million issues since it began in 2004, has been celebrated for its groundbreaking work in the field of tattooing, and its unique take on the tattoo aesthetic has spawned a new generation of tattoo artists, writers, and photographers.
In a video from High Times magazine’s website, executive editor Adam Jaffe spoke with Recode about the magazine and the evolution of the tattoo industry.
High Times launched in April, 2005, and today it has more than 1.7 million monthly subscribers, according to High Times.
The magazine was launched with the goal of helping artists and the public understand the art of tattoo design and culture.
“We wanted to tell stories that we believed would inspire people, that we would not only tell stories about the arts, but also that would inspire the rest of the world to think about art, to think of it differently, and we have done that,” Jaffe said.
High Times Magazine has also been influential in the rise of a new style of tattoo.
The “post-it” tattoo has gained popularity among the tattoo community.
“The post-it tattoo was invented by the folks at High Times and is very much a part of the art, and it is a new art that is changing the art,” Jaffa said.
The popularity of the post-its in the tattooing community has led to a growing number of new styles of tattoo on the market.
For example, a post-itch design, also called the post braid, is a tattoo that is usually done on the inside of the elbow, or the back of the wrist.
The design is usually drawn in a circle, with a “h” and a “p” symbolizing the tip and the lower portion of the needle.
However, in the past year, there has been a surge in interest in the post style, Jaffah said.
People have started to take it a step further with a larger circle design, which is called a butterfly tattoo.
This style has been gaining popularity, with the number of post-itches on the U.S. market growing from 200,000 in 2014 to more than 5.7,000 last year.
“I think what we’ve seen is a huge uptick in the popularity of this new style, and there is a growing interest in it,” Jafa said, “and we have seen it in tattoo shops all over the country.”
In fact, Jaffe is working on a documentary about post-hits, which will be released in 2018.
Jaffa has seen a surge of interest in tattoo design after High Times published a series of tattoo covers and interviews in which artists discussed their art.
A series of images from the “A Year in the Making” series show artists talking about the process of creating their art, including the process for making a “H” design on the upper arm.
Hair is another trend in the fashion industry, with high-fashion brands such as Victoria’s Secret, Stella McCartney, and Lululemon offering high-quality, hand-made hair accessories.
One of the biggest trends among high-end tattooists, however, is the trend for the “post braid” tattoo.
This is a style where the artist draws the needle and upper arm in a vertical line and then creates a “W,” or “wink,” symbol on the skin of the arm.
This tattoo is popular among tattoo artists because it can be very easy to get in the wrong hands.
Jaffah and other tattoo artists have also taken to social media to share their art and inspire others to take a closer look at their work.
In one video, one of the founders of High Times, Mark Pappas, wrote, “I’ve been working on this since last year, and I’m proud of it.
It’s really inspiring and has really inspired the tattoo world.
It just speaks to the power of the human spirit.”
The latest High Times cover, “The Artist’s Dilemma,” shows a tattooist who has been struggling with his artistic career, with an artist’s dilemma on his arm.
“What if I just stop?,” the tattoo artist asks in the video.
“If I quit and go back to my roots,” the interviewer responds.
The answer is: “Go to the beach.”
The video also features an interview with a tattoo artist who is “dazed and confused” by his tattoo’s popularity.
“[T]here are a lot of tattoos that are out there, and they’re pretty cool,” the interviewee said.
“But I’ve been thinking a lot about the art that it’s making me, and the reason I have this tattoo, is that it means that I’m living my dreams, and that’s why I do it.
So I don’t want to give up