Announcement – Tattoo Collective Traders
We are very pleased to welcome some amazing traders to The Tattoo Collective line-up this February, offering you the chance to shop with some incredible brands and pick up some unique products at the show.
Be sure to stop by the Trade Area and treat yourself to something very special from one of our vendors. Keep your eyes peeled for further Trade and Tattoo Supply announcements coming soon!
Find each of the traders listed below at The Tattoo Collective this February 17-19th:
RSI Apparel work closely with artists to produce unique clothing designs and accessories. RSI are proud to have created a community of contributing artists and their latest collections are sure to inspire. RSI is not a brand; it’s a cult!
The Bricks, a Brick Lane-based jewellery store headed by talented silversmith Frederick Groves, will be bringing along a selection of their stunning fine jewellery to The Tattoo Collective. Showcasing work by a selection of jewellers, you can expect to find an array of unique, high quality pieces here.
Kerry Evans will be bringing her tattoo-inspired artworks to The Tattoo Collective this February. Kerry uses traditional tattoo motifs such as clipper ships, swallows and roses in her artworks to create an authentic old-school aesthetic. With beautiful paintings, prints, jewellery and even hand-painted treasure chests up for grabs, you are unlikely to leave Kerry’s stall empty-handed!
Abandon Ship Apparel carry a range of quirky alternative clothing and accessories that are sure to bring a smile to your face. With a positive ethos and darkly humorous outlook, Abandon Ship Apparel strive to create products that carry an important message – even spawning a tattoo craze amongst fans of the brand who have branded themselves with the iconic ‘Not Everything Sucks’ slogan. Don’t miss Abandon Ship at the show this February.
The Flood Gallery carry a diverse range of prints, books and poster art. You’ll find a varied selection of work from fine artists, illustrators, photographers and even tattoo artists, including Godmachine, Mina Aoki and Scott Move. You are sure to find a beautiful piece of art to adorn your walls here and the Greenwich-based company even offer a framing service.
Expert taxidermist James Cranfield will be bringing his flawless range of taxidermy products to the show this February. A highly knowledgeable and passionate collector of taxidermy, Cranfield’s works are second to none. Be sure to stop by and take a look at Cranfield’s Curiosities this February!
Talented illustrators-turned-designers La Mort will be showcasing both art prints and an exceptional range of t-shirts at The Tattoo Collective. Every design is hand-drawn meaning you won’t find this imagery anywhere else; attention to detail is of great importance to La Mort and this is reflected in the high quality of their alternative apparel.
Beadesaurus is your one-stop alternative shop, stocking simply everything from clothing and accessories to kids-wear and homeware. Pick up a variety of treasures this February from the Beadesaurus booth.
Toxico are an alternative brand est. 1988, selling a range of ‘abusive t-shirts’, accessories and even their own brand of hot sauce! Toxico are proud to design, print and produce all their merchandise in-house, and also offer a top quality printing service.
We are greatly looking forward to welcoming you all to the show; stay tuned for further Trade & Tattoo Supply announcements! Advance Tickets are now available online – get yours today.