WHO: Luobo Morse, body piercer at Planet Ink (571 Yonge,416-962-9991)
WHEN: Wednesday afternoon
WHERE: An alley off St. Joseph
CLOTHING: "My black steel toes are from Work N Wear ($150, 1944 Danforth, 416-429-2067). I can't remember where I got my 501 Levi's cutoffs. Same goes for my tank top. My spiral necklace is a natural piece of art, a shell that's been cut. I got it in Mexico after the hurricane. I wanted to help support their economy. My bike, which I ride around everywhere, every day, is from West Side Cycle (213 Roncesvalles, 416-531-4648). William gave me a good deal on it, around $500. I have 0-gage horseshoes in my ears right now, but the size changes depending on the day. You can get a pair at Planet Ink for $80. Jesse, who used to work here (he's in a barbershop now), does my tattoo. We've been working on it for seven years. The idea came to me in a dream."
HAIR: "Jesse the tattoo guy also cuts my hair. You can find him at Cut and Run Barber & Tattoo (2017 Danforth, 416-686-4488)."
MY STYLE: "Clean and simple."
INTO: "Ethical body piercing, learning about healing. Muzzle-free pets - I'm a good friend of a pit bull. And barbecues, especially the part where ribs come in, and beer with friends. A wiser man than me once said something that I'd like to tell everyone: 'Don't waste yourself. '"