NTSC DVDs now available!

Finally, I’ve converted Part One of On The Shoulders of Giants to NTSC format so that North American, Canadian, Japanese &  South American viewers can watch the DVD on their TVs.

If you’re unsure what all the NTSC/PAL fuss is about, check this simple reference chart.

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It’s now available to buy on the Copperhead Editions web store

“Almost two years in the making, FST: On the Shoulders of Giants is Stewart Robson’s intimate portrait of life in a modern, highly respected, world-renowned tattoo shop.
Spread across four parts, Stewart interviews resident tattooers, guest artists, customers, and staff to offer a glimpse into what makes Frith Street Tattoo tick. With no candy-coating, the FST crew shares their views on tattoos, the people who do them, the people who get them, and the world of tattooing in general.

Entirely self-produced, directed, and edited, this film stands as an honest portrayal of Frith Street Tattoo in 2012 and 2013.”

Contents:

•  The main feature, ‘Part One: A Film for All and None’, is 45mins
•  The DVD contains over 25 minutes of bonus features unavailable anywhere else:
–  Out-takes of Part One
–  Valerie tattoos Stewart using an old acetate stencil
–  ‘The Sorrows of Nicholas Hindle’ – Nick gets his palms tattooed
–  Time-lapse footage of the shop
–  London tattoo convention 2012 – the whole convention compressed into a couple of minutes