For a lot of guys, getting a tattoo is all about feeling like a badass. And what says “badass” more than a big ol’ lion?
As we all know, the Brussels Tattoo Convention is an annual event that takes place in the heart of Brussels, Belgium. This is one of the biggest tattoo conventions in Europe and it brings together some of the world’s most talented and renowned tattoo artists. Not to forget the thousands of tattoo enthusiasts from all over Europe!
Photo model Bomba Boom (@bombaboom_sg) recently had the opportunity to be the hostess at the Brussels Tattoo convention, so we decided to ask her how it’s going. Here’s what she had to say.
Neo-traditional tattoo artist Tasha Wild has been in the industry for over 10 years now. She’s not only a tattoo artist but a business owner as well. Together with her boyfriend Steve Myles and her friend Lauren, she runs the Crawe Tattoo studio located 2 minutes away from the Leeds train station.
Not so long ago, tattoo artist Steve Myles went to the Brugge Tattoo convention and little did we know, it was his first convention ever.
Axel Zaminga is an Italian tattoo artist with a focus on old-school and Japanese tattoos. During the Brugge Tattoo convention we had the opportunity to ask him a few questions about apprenticeships. Here’s what he had to say.
Clémence Audiard is an adult movie star and a model, that recently went to a tattoo convention for the first time representing the Black Tape project!
Join us as we take a closer look into Simon’s apprenticeship story, from the initial rejection to the ultimate success and as we find out the tips he has for the beginners out there!
French tattoo artist says Belgian customers are more open-minded: interview with tattoo artist Fred Bertoli
Amongst all of the talented tattoo artists at the Brussels Tattoo Convention was also Fred Bertoli, a neo-traditional artist from France.
At the recent Brussels Tattoo Convention, model Ad.ink.ra had the opportunity to participate in the Black Tape project. We had the luck to be able
Dario has been in the tattoo industry for 7 years now, but his art journey started much earlier than this. He began his journey as a child of art, with his father introducing him to the industry at the age of seven.
Roman Vainer is a realism tattoo artist who has been in the industry for quite a while now – he started back in 2008! His journey however, started even earlier at just 12 years old. We decided to interview him and we’re glad we did!
This convention is considered one of the most important in Europe and Juan wanted to make a bold statement by attending, which he managed to do might we add.
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