The 3rd Cleveland Tattoo Convention includes unique suppliers with rare and unusual goods for tattoo art collectors and subculture lovers. Hundreds of world-renowned tattoo artists, young and old. The tattoo artists of various types of technique, design and tattoo traditions cite customers and collectors of tattooing while the three-day weekends and trophies compete in annual tattoo competitions.
Over the past two decades, annual exhibitions have been held in major cities in the country, including Baltimore, Philadelphia, Milwaukee, Chicago and Kansas City, with first-year shows in Denver and Miami in 2017 and two premieres for Houston and Atlanta next spring.
TV stars like Robert LaSardo are tattooed this year, greeting the public, signing autographs and posing for pictures in Cleveland. Villain Arts conventions have always starred the reality television contest of the Tattoo Ink Master Black Crew and tattoos after the night falls. Unique fans such as taxidermy items are becoming increasingly popular as well as providers of body jewelry as well as representatives from organizations for the protection of animals known as pin-ups for pit bulls.
Rich entertainment program with Mainstage Carnival of Burlesque, aerial acrobat performance art Hell Cat Penny, Olde City Sideshow, Marlo Marquise, a man tattooed with the chainsaw, The Enigma.
Another wonder of the 3rd Cleveland Tattoo Convention is the team-climbing suspension (New Mexico), which exhibited models and artists who were addicted to life meat during the event.
Troy Timpel will use his art of painting performance online and to finished products combine his original wood panel, painting, nautical themes and traditional or Japanese traditional tattoo styles with elements of geometry sacred and mandaliques patterns.