Body art and tattoos have come along way from the once held social perception of being shrouded in a sense of danger and toughness to now mainstreaming with much broader adoption. With musicians such as Lady Gaga and actor Angelina Jolie sporting several tattoos, they are commonplace among celebrities and the not so famous.
Angelina Jolie Photo courtesy StealHerStyle
The 2019 Australian Tattoo Expo will be held at the Brisbane Convention and Expo Centre this July, where visitors can experience the Tattoo Industry up close and personal.
Meet over 300 talented artists from across the world to find out more about the culture of tattooing and body art.
The expo is a chance to: research different tattoo genres, trends and techniques make an appointment or get inked on the day
Photo courtesy Conventional Tattooing
There'll also be body piercing, tattoo related merchandise and sideshow entertainment as well as in-depth tattoo competitions.
This is your chance to find out all about body art from the best in the business and all under the one roof, July 12-14 at the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre. While designs, styles and techniques have changed, the oldest evidence of human tattoos is believed to be from between 3370 BC and 3100 BC.
Tickets range from $10-$70/ Take advantage of our online-only ticket exclusive, early bird tickets, 2 day and 3 day passes. Please note that a no refund policy applies.