2015 Philadelphia Tattoo Arts Convention

The Philadelphia Tattoo Arts Convention is one of our favorite events to roll through Philly each year. The three day event, held at the Pennsylvania Convention Center, is jam packed with tattoo shops, piercers, artists, celebrities, demonstrations, shopping, people watching (which is second to none), tattoo removal, awards, and almost everything else associated with tattoo […]

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2013 Philadelphia Tattoo Arts Convention: Ink All About It!

The Philadelphia Tattoo Arts Convention once again returned to the Pennsylvania Convention Center in 2013. The three day extravaganza, presented by Villain Arts, showcased everything from the world of tattooing (and beyond) over three days, February 8-10. Crowds of people packed into the convention on all three days (most noticeably on Saturday) to view the […]

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Philadelphia Tattoo Arts Convention 2012: Ink Outside the Box

The Philadelphia Tattoo Arts Convention, one of the largest Tattoo related festivals in the country, was held over the weekend at the Pennsylvania Convention Center. Presented by Villain Arts, it’s a three day extravaganza celebrating the holy union of ink and skin. After fighting through insanely crowded conditions at the Sheraton Convention Center in 2010 […]

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Interview with T. Mills

He has a record deal with Columbia Records, over 225,000 Facebook fans, and a spot on Vans Warped Tour…and California native T. Mills is just getting started. This tattooed talent is sure  to make some big waves this year. He took some time out of his schedule to talk to us about his rise to […]

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Philadelphia Tattoo Arts Convention 2011

Independent Philly enjoyed covering the Philadelphia Tattoo Arts Convention so much in 2010 that we had to go back again this year. With hundreds of tattoo artists, piercers, and body modification specialists showcasing their talents for three full days, there is absolutely no shortage of things to see and do. Whether you attend to get […]

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