Scream Guitars will unveil the first six guitars in the Halo Collection at the event, which will take place at Harborside Event Center in the downtown River District. Halo, who owns the Black Lotus Tattoo Gallery in Severn, Maryland, has clients throughout America and travels the world to meet the international demand for his work. He is frequently featured on covers and pages of top tattoo magazines such as International Tattoo Art. His work also includes fine art.
“I think putting my paintings on the Scream Guitars is a very cool way to personalize some of my art,” said Halo, who uses only that name as an artist. This will be his first visit to Fort Myers, although he has tattooed clients as far away as Italy, South Africa, Australia and New Zealand.
“People come from all over the world to have Halo do their tattoos, so we’re very excited that he’s partnered with us to reproduce some of them on our guitars,” said Scream Guitars founder and President Kurt Kiehnle.
About Scream Guitars
Fort Myers businessman and entrepreneur Kurt Kiehnle founded Scream Guitars in 2009. The company designs and builds affordable electric guitars and basses that are customized by wrapping, engraving or painting the body with artwork. Customers of Scream Guitars include bands, record labels, bars and restaurants, corporations that use the guitars for employee awards and client gifts, retail stores, sports teams, rock band fan groups and many more. Scream Guitars offers its own stock designs, as well as custom designs upon request. Headquartered in Fort Myers with design and manufacturing facilities in Cape Coral and Lehigh Acres, Scream Guitars is involved in numerous local charities, regularly donating guitars to help raise funds for organizations like the Lee County American Cancer Society, Harry Chapin Food Bank, Moffitt Cancer Center and March of Dimes. More information about Scream Guitars is available by calling (561) 531-0651, emailing firstname.lastname@example.org (mailto:kurt@