BEND, Ore. – Eyce today launched the official trailer for its innovative short film, titled “Permanence,” which tells the true story of tattoo artist, Pete Gilcrease, and chronicles the genesis of a revolutionary new artform – tattooed silicone pipes. The film also reflects on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on artists, and documents how Pete found a silver lining through the darkness. The film will debut on October 1st, 2020, and will undoubtedly garner the attention of not only the tattoo culture, but artists everywhere.
“The film is a statement for all artists and their ability to impact the world indefinitely. ‘Permanence’ captures Pete’s process and tells the story that illuminates art’s permanent messages.” -Eyce CEO Charlie Hoch. With all the difficulties artists currently face in the midst of this unprecedented pandemic, “Permanence” serves as an inspiration to keep creating, keep innovating, and keep pushing.
This is the first film produced by Eyce. Eyce was founded in 2013, and is family owned and operated by two brothers in Bend, OR. Eyce creates silicone smoking pipes, rigs, and beakers that are not only stylish and collectible, but also top quality. Eyce leads the way in innovation and dedicates itself to supporting artists and creativity everywhere.
The trailer can be seen here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3PjyjAEDpnk
“Permanence” will be released via digital premiere October 1st on Youtube. For more information about the film, visit eycemolds.com/permanence.