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The 3rd International Croatian Tattoo Convention

ttZagreb will play host in May to the 3rd International Croatian Tattoo Convention…

International and local tattoo artists, enthusiasts, collectors and those just curious will gather at the Student Centre in the Croatian capital for a 3-day festival of tattoos.

“Our goal is to once more make a three-day gathering for tattoo collectors. For three full days this imposing venue will be filled with renowned local and international tattoo artists, various vendors,colorful tattoo collectors as well as those more “shy” with one or two small tattoos and a few piercings,” said the organisers Zele of Tattoo & Piercing “Zagreb” and “BRM Croatia”.

A number of competitions will be held over the 3 days, including the best tattoos completed on each day, as well as the best black and grey tattoo, best coloured tattoo and best ornamental tattoo. Visit the official website here for more information.



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