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Hori Smoku Sailor Jerry Documentary Screening in SF

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Hori Smoku Sailor Jerry is a feature length documentary exploring the roots of American tattooing through the life of its most iconoclastic figure, Norman “Sailor Jerry” Collins. Considered by many the foremost tattoo artist of all time, Collins is the father of modern day tattooing, whose uncompromising lifestyle and larger than life persona made him an American legend. Through rare interviews, photographs and hours of archival footage, Hori Smoku Sailor Jerry: The Life and Times of Norman Keith Collins, explores the past, present and future of the global tattooing phenomenon.

Hori Smoku Sailor Jerry, San Francisco Film Screening
The Roxie Theater – 3117 16th St., San Francisco [Mission]
Tuesday, September 15th, Doors at 7pm, Screening at 8pm sharp
Also includes a Q&A with Hori Smoku Sailor Jerry’s Director Erich Weiss
Must be 21 + to enter, RSVP here(early arrival is suggested, as space is limited)

After party following the screening, featuring a live Sailor Jerry Band performance & Sailor Jerry Rum cocktails
540 Valencia St., btw 16th & 17th Sts. San Francisco [Mission]

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