Jacksonville Imperial Tattoo & Art Festival

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Apparently Unify Tattoo out of St. Augustine and Inksmith & Rogers is putting together a little convention with some nice guests.  Anyone else in the area going to show up?

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Went ALL THREE DAYS to this AMAZING event!!!  It was my first convention but won’t be my last!  All Artists were TOP TIER by invitation only.  I got to meet MASTERS such as Oliver Peck, James Vaughn, Lil D, Ami James, Duffy Fortner, Mr Eric InkSmith  and Gidget, Mike Wilson and Kane Gordon tattooed like BEASTS non stop!  Bob Tyrell was there, and I got to meet my personal pick for InkMaster Josh Payne!  Can’t wait for next year!  Angelo Miller is an incredible guy, and did an absolute impeccable job of planning and organizing this event!  BRAVO!

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