Spokane Tatto Convention 2019

3rd Spokane Tattoo & Body Art Expo

A good friend of mine, Steven Guzman, was on hand to video the 3rd Spokane Tattoo & Body Art Expo. This tattoo convention is the largest in the southern hemisphere and it featured over 320 Australian and international artists!

3rd Spokane Tattoo & Body Art Expo 2011 from Ric Sedin on Vimeo.

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Laser Tattoo Removal Video
I’ve never had to remove any of my tattoos. But I do have one cover-up tattoo. I regretted having a badly done Chinese character on my bicep and thankfully enough, it was small and this rounded tribal-like design replaced the Chinese ‘sun’ character.

I totally understand if someone wants to remove their tattoo. We do make bad decisions and with the modern technology we have today, we now have that added option. I did an episode on my old show ‘Skin Art’ where this girl Stacey underwent her first laser tattoo removal treatment. Even with the numbing cream that was applied before the treatment, she remarked that it “hurts like a bitch!!!”.

Here’s a short video I found online of a tattoo being removed via laser…

The golden rule is…Think Before You Get Inked!

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Classy Ink – A Tattoo Shop Spokane

Classy Ink is a new independent sitcom that is set in a tattoo studio. I don’t think anyone has done anything like this so the idea itself is rather appealing.

Paul Misko the creator of this web series has done a good job with the show’s synopsis. Classy Ink pokes fun at LA Ink, NY Ink, Miami ink and the various other tattoo reality shows. So far, they have a pilot episode up online and I actually enjoyed it. My favourite character from the show is the boss Mike played by Jimmy Della Valle. It’s hilarious to watch him lose his mind!

Because this is an independent production, Paul is hoping to raise funds to shoot the next episode. If you would be so kind as to contribute, you can do so at their Kickstarter page where Paul Misko talks about the show. You can view that video by clicking here.

My friends at GIMMELOVETATTOO have a topical cream that’s dedicated for long lasting tattooing, laser tattoo removal and body piercing. It’s called TattoocaineZ and it’s creating a buzz in the tattoo industry!

I personally know of two individuals that have used TattoocaineZ and they have given this numbing cream their nod of approval. Some folks might remark that you’re supposed to go through the pain to get the FULL TATTOO EXPERIENCE but I think if you can remove the pain, why the hell not?!

Little more information about TattoocaineZ…

TattoocaineZ topical numbing cream is indicated as local analgesia for use on tattooing, body piercing, and laser tattoo removal. TattoocaineZ is safe to use and is proven to last 3-4 hours prior to the correct application. TattoocaineZ doesn’t complicate the healing process of a tattoo and has proven to be the best dermal analgesia in the local market.


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