Anna May "Untitled"
Anna May "Untitled"
Anna May "Untitled"
Anna May "Untitled"

Anna May "Untitled"

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Entries close at 10am (AEST), on Friday 31st of July.
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Winners will be announced via Instagram and notified via email. 

Grifter Company

Bison Scoundrels
Unisex Motorcycle Gloves

grifter scoundrel gloves

This short wrist American Bison glove is made in the USA. This glove also provides great tactility and dexterity. Each glove is hand antiqued and conditioned with an organic recipe. Each glove's appearance is unique; no Scoundrel is the same. The cuff is finished off with a strong orange stitching. If you want good looks and quality workmanship look no further than the Scoundrel glove by Grifter Company.

Grifter Company
Motorcycle Gloves

Grifter Company Motorcycle Gloves size chart - moto est.
Please measure around the palm (excluding the thumb) to determine the best size. These are a unisex glove so a little room in the finger length should be expected.

If in doubt or you measure over, please go up to the larger size as they run small & if snug they will soften with wear. 
XS 17.8 cm
S 17.9 - 19 cm
M 19.1 - 21.6 cm
L 21.7 - 22.9 cm
XL 23 - 24.2 cm
Shipping Australia Wide:
Free shipping on orders over $150.
Flat rate shipping of $6 for all other orders.
Delivery will typically arrive within 2-4 business days to metro areas.

International Shipping:
Shipping rates are calculated at the checkout. 
Delivery will typically arrive within 3-7 business days to metro areas.

We offer a 30 day return/exchange policy.

Support your local.

We've teamed up with five local tattooists & the legends over at Grifter to bring you this exclusive collaboration.

1st prize: These hand painted gloves by Anna May.
1st Runner Up: $50 Moto Est. gift voucher
2nd Runner Up: $20 Moto Est. gift voucher
3rd Runner Up: "Don't Be A Dick" vinyl cut sticker

All proceeds will go directly to the artist, learn more about our collaboration here.


Heretic. Fitzroy, VIC.


I've been tattooing for just over 3 years, and making art for most of my life. In my late teens I became fascinated with tattooing and started getting tattooed regularly in my early twenties. Being in tattoo shops always gave me so much inspiration to work harder and make more art. I had never in my life been exposed to such dedicated practicing artists as I was when I started getting tattooed. In my early adulthood, I turned to nightlife and performing as a DJ as an easy fix to gratify my creative impulses, but I knew that was a means to an end and definitely not a sustainable lifestyle for an introvert like me. When I discovered tattooing, I felt like I had found my people and I wanted to break free from the chaotic lifestyle of the Melbourne club scene. I put my head down and made more art than ever. It was a very isolating and sobering time in my life. I had several conversations with Eugene, an artist I was getting tattooed by regularly, about starting my own career as a tattooer, and eventually he reached out to me when Heretic was looking to take on a new apprentice. I didn't even get an interview the first time I applied, but a few months later I applied again and was taken on board. Having Eugene and also Lilli as friends on the inside definitely helped me get to where I am today. 


I don't know what I would call my style. Blackwork folk surrealism? I have so many influences and I can't really pinpoint an exact style that I identify with. I can never tattoo enough birds. 

What are the main influences & inspiration behind your artwork?

There are so many. I feel like my most referenced styles of art are Ukiyo-e era Japanese compositions (Hokusai, Hiroshige), American traditional tattooing styles, 1800s era wildlife illustration and botanical art, Art Nouveau (in particular Erté, Beardsley etc.) and of course I am inspired by many tattoo artists, some who still tattoo today and some who I only know by legacy. I have said before that I am inspired by tattooing as a medium in general. When I am designing a tattoo or flash design, it is important for me to ask myself: "Is this tattoo for everybody? Can I see this design working on all bodies and all skin tones? Will this tattoo be recognisable and visible from across the room?". I feel my best work is bold lined, with high contrast and strong use of negative space. Before tattooing I could never pinpoint an exact style in my art. In my first year or two tattooing I would tattoo a bit of everything. Only in the past 6 months I'd say I have found my groove in one style, but only through tattooing many different styles. Slowly my designs have evolved based off of what I enjoy doing the most. But I still feel as though my style will continue to evolve and grow as I do. 


I have been working at Heretic Tattoo in Fitzroy for almost four years. I did my apprenticeship at Heretic and have been tattooing full time for a little over 3 years. I am currently fully booked until the beginning of October and my books are closed. I will be opening my books for new appointments in October-December hopefully in mid-September. If you want to stay updated on when I will be taking bookings again, you can follow me on Instagram (@acmayc). However, if you wish to make a booking at Heretic, there are so many talented artists in our team who are taking appointments in the more immediate future!

**Heretic Tattoo, as well as all other tattoo studios in Melbourne, are currently closed due to government restrictions.