The 22nd edition of the Tattoo Convention, the Polish nationwide tattoo festival, is about to begin. This festival returns to Gdańsk, its hometown, every summer. On 29th and 30th of July again, in the AmberExpo hall at 11 Żaglowa Street more than 300 tattoo artists will take the razors into their hands and transfer their artistic visions to the skin of the models. The program includes: contests for the best tattoos, shows of alternative art and concerts of artists such as Włodi, Hades or Małach & Rufuz. The president of this city has taken the honorary patronage over this year's edition of the Gdańsk Tattoo Convention.
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Patrick Hilton takes part in the game for a second time. His works attracted the greatest interest of the participants in the edition of the competition in Poznań. He specializes in old school themes. He makes tattoos related to people, motifs connected with nature, as well as classic designs characteristic of this style. He works in Demolka Tat2 in Bydgoszcz.
Inez Janiak’s tattoos, or the so-called Inne Tattoos, are edgy. A tattoo artist from ‘Od Świtu do Zmierzchu’ (in English: from dawn to twilight) from Łódź performs graphic motifs that look like quick, black drawings made of ink. In her portfolio you can find animal pictures, portraits, skulls and a lot more.