About Tattoo Fashions
E.J. Gold's Tattoo Fashions paint pots
E.J. Gold's Tattoo Fashions paint pots
E.J. Gold started designing fashions for celebrities in the 1960s when he outfitted Jim Morrison of the Doors, Jerry Garcia, Frank Zappa, Keith Moon, Ken Kesey, Skye Saxon, Harry Nilsson and Cass Elliott.
racks of dresses in shadow and sunlight at Tattoo Fashions Studio
Racks of dresses in shadow and sunlight at Tattoo Fashions Studio
His grandfather Herman Stein was the founder of Evie Porter Fashions, and gave Gold an early initiation into the apparel industry. Gold also designed for Mary Wells' NYC dresser, Lily Nova Fashions.
Leila Sack modelling E.J. Gold's JazzArt Woman in a Room racerback dress with the painting that inspired it
Leila Sack modelling E.J. Gold's JazzArt Woman in a Room racerback dress with the painting that inspired it
E.J. Gold's JazzArttm has served as backdrops for jazz greats such as Wynton Marsalis, Dave Brubeck, Nancy Wilson, Oscar Peterson & Herbie Hancock, and has shown at the Hollywood Bowl, Guernsey's Auction House NYC, the B.B. King Blues Club, the International Association for Jazz Education [IAJE] Conferences (2003-2007), the Jazz Bakery and Jazz at Lincoln Center.
E.J. Gold painting a Galaxy Black Racerback Dress on model Jed-rik
E.J. Gold painting a Galaxy Black Racerback Dress on model Jed-rik
Gold's ceramics have been featured at Gumpís Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA), the set of TV's Sister Sister, the movie set of Amityville Horror, and the White House Presidential Collection. His artworks have been collected by Harry Nilsson, the late King Hussein of Jordan, James Coburn, Billy Barty, Miss Peggy Lee, the Clintons and many other celebrities.
E.J. Gold painting an Abstract Geometric Vee on model Leila Sack
E.J. Gold painting an Abstract Geometric Vee on model Leila Sack
His art has exhibited around the world, including at the Museum of Modern Art, the Houston Museum of Fine Art, the Museum of Modernism, and the Museum of Ancient and Modern Art.