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This guy was very difficult to research so I apologise for any glaring innacuracies found. I have no connection with Coop, and purely wished to document his presence (after being amazed there wasn't anything here already!) TiHead 09:39, 20 July 2006 (UTC)
Not really happy with these additions as they seem to be a little commercial. Anyone agree or disagree? TiHead 18:06, 24 November 2006 (UTC)
- Agree. Removed. CiaranG 12:32, 13 January 2007 (UTC)
Hot Rod Artist?!?
i am familiar with Coop from sight & in person and i don't think the term, "Hot Rod artist" is correct. Anyone else agree??? i think "Low Brow" is better (no, it's NOT an insult term) but maybe someone should check his web site to confirm what he styles himself as. Personally, since i am so used to his "Stuff," i don't try to label him...=^)
ps: he has also contributed to the tattoo world by creating a book (or books?) of tattoo flash. like other art pieces, most were numbered, and some lucky people had theirs signed. --HatchetFaceBuick 01:25, 24 February 2007 (UTC)
also as a note, most of the women he depicts in his art are very voluptous women, some may seem overly so. just from experience, you can correlate that most of these women are modeled after his wife, Ruth, a blonde, voluptous vixen who can often be seen with him at events. --HatchetFaceBuick 01:27, 24 February 2007 (UTC)
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