20th Philadelphia Tattoo Arts Convention

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09 February • 11 February 2018

LOCATION

Pennsylvania Convention Center, Arch Street, Philadelphia, PA, United States

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Friday14:00 – 00:00
Saturday11:00 – 00:00
Sunday11:00 – 20:00

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2018 marks the 20th anniversary of the Philadelphia Tattoo Arts Convention, the World’s Largest traveling exhibition of live tattoo art, curiosities and sideshow. Originally founded by tattoo legend “Crazy” Philadelphia Eddie Funk, the operation has grown in twenty years under the organization of Villain Arts founded and promoter Troy Timpel, who inherited the show from his mentor, Philadelphia Eddie.

The 20th Annual Philadelphia Tattoo Arts Convention, which will be held February 9th, 10th and 11th, 2018 at the Pennsylvania Convention Center, anticipates over 500 of International and national tattoo-artists, tattooing live, sideshow acts, live human suspension, burlesque and appearances from tattooed TV celebrities and Ink Master contestants.

Cost of admission is $20/Day, $40/3-Day pass, kids under 12 are free! Tickets are only available at the door.

TATTOO BUSINESS SEMINAR BY AMY SHANDICK

2018 TATTOO CONVENTIONS BY VILLAIN ARTS



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Crazy Philadelphia Eddie Exhibit :: Tattoo Industry EventMarch 1, 2018, 6:00pmIndependence Seaport MuseumCrazy Philadelphia Eddie Exhibit :: Tattoo Industry Event

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Celebrate Philadelphia tattoo legend Eddie Funk at the Independence Seaport Museum on Thursday, March 1, 2018. This event is for those in the tattoo industry, and takes place from 6-8 p.m on the second floor of the Museum. There will be a pig roast, and a cash bar with some of Eddie’s favorite libations. A perfect way to pay homage, and raise a toast to our dear friend.
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Donation: $5

About The Exhibit:

Crazy Philadelphia Eddie is the newest exhibit in the Community Gallery at Independence Seaport Museum, curated by Erich Weiss and Villain Arts.

From Brooklyn's Coney Island to the counterculture of 1960s South Street in Philadelphia, Eddie Funk fought to make a name for himself, protect the freedoms of tattoo artists, and share his legacy with the world. Discover Eddie's influence in this limited engagement exhibit, featuring rare flash, personal mementos, and other authentic memorabilia seldom put on public display.
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James Vaughn working on Troy Timpel's Kali backpiece on Tuesday 2/13/18, two days after closing the doors of the 20th Philadelphia Tattoo Arts Convention, and just a few weeks before taking on Atlanta for the first time. ... See MoreSee Less

James Vaughn working on Troy Timpels Kali backpiece on Tuesday 2/13/18, two days after closing the doors of the 20th Philadelphia Tattoo Arts Convention, and just a few weeks before taking on Atlanta for the first time.Image attachmentImage attachment

 

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