True, the number of tattoo artists is humongous but have you ever wonder who helps the tattoo makers to grow? Yes. The tattoo freaks, who are individuals like us with an inclination towards the art of tattooing. From a hobby, this has turned into a passion and today it is seen as a profession by many.
Worldwide Tattoo makers carved their booths on 18 May at the 10th Annual New York City Tattoo Convention at the Roseland Ballroom in New York. At the gathering of tattoo artists from the US and across the globe, visitors very -well utilized the opportunity to getting their body tattooed.
Taiwanese tattoo artist identified himself as Lee of Assassin Tattoo had his all eyes on the back of Charlie Lee of Brooklyn with Taipei works:
Woman who introduced herself as Taye Suicide displays her tattoo at the event:
Japanese tattoo artist Horisei (top) works on Rachel Webb:
Tattoo artist Bruce Kaplan (R) applies a tattoo to the arm of George Kansas (L) of Albany:
In front of a display of his work, Belgian tattoo artist Daniel Dimattia (R) of Liege adds a tattoo to the arm of Jason Lamoth (L) of Albany:
Jason Lopez of New York has a tattoo added to his shoulder by tattoo artist “Big Mike” of Denver, Colorado at the event: