Just a quick note to let you know about my experience using Marlowe’s Lotion on my latest tattoo. I got my tattoo on a Wednesday, so by Saturday I was ready to start using the lotion. It gave me immediate relief from the itching and I could literally feel it soaking into my skin and helping it heal. I didn’t believe it could be that much different from any other lotion, but there is really no comparison. Within five days, my tattoo looked and felt so good you’d think it had been healing for weeks. Plus the colors were brighter than I had expected. I highly recommend your product for anyone interested in enhancing their tattoos. Thanks for coming up with a tattoo lotion that really works. - Anson Follet, Kickboxing Instructor
Nate has trekked into the Australian Outback and boated down the Rio Negro in the Amazon Rainforest in Brazil. He also had the great opportunity to paint with Robert Venosa and Martina Hoffman. He has been lucky to work with amazing tattooists around the world, spent twelve years tattooing and has collected from world-class tattoo artists. He is a musician, a painter, a hypnotist, and a philosopher. Nate was a canine police officer in the air force. He survived the Oklahoma City bombing. He sang Happy Birthday to Albert Hoffman (the inventor of LSD), when Hoffman turned 100 years old. He's the son and grandson of Southern Baptist ministers and was raised to carry on the family profession.
Jay is a natural born father. He has two fantastic sons. He has a black belt in Limalama. He has taught martial arts to children and adults and currently teaches World History to at-risk youths. When he was twenty-two, he replaced the motor in his car and then drove that car to Costa Rica with a couple friends and a pit bull. He survived a tornado in West Memphis, Arkansas. He is a writer, a musician, an actor, a teacher and an entrepreneur. And he can spell entrepreneur. He lived in Norway for two years as a child. He has acted in several independent films. The highest cliff he has jumped off was 65 feet. Jay was attacked by a vampire bat in Costa Rica.
HOW IT ALL STARTED
Nate and Jay met when Jay owned a coffee shop in Long Beach and Nate was a daily customer for green tea. Their first adventure together was a marathon, 26-hour drive to Texas to sell campaign buttons during the Obama campaign. They have also traveled to New York City together, where they dove into the local scene with Jay's hometown buddies who are now professional musicians in New York.