Japanese Tsunami Tattoo Relief & the UK Tattoo Industry Awards

Morning, one and all!

Current events unfolding in Japan have led one British tattooist to decide to set up a fund in order to donate money from tattoos completed at the studio.

Lee of Vogel Tattoo in Gosport says his shop tattoos predominantly Japanese work and he is keen to get behind a campaign to raise money for those affected by the disasters that have befallen Japan these past few days. More details are to follow just as soon as he has everything set up, so if anyone would like to be involved, please get in touch via our blog, website or Facebook profile to find out more as we hash out the details.

Secondly (and on a lighter note), the original UK Tattoo Industry Awards are heating up and you can still cast your votes for your favourite tattoo artists, publications, journalists and photographers up until midnight of April 1st. The categories are:

– Best Tattoo Journalist 2011 VOTE HERE
– Best Tattoo Photographer 2011 VOTE HERE
– Best UK Tattoo Publication 2011 ( Book, Magazine or other printed publication ) VOTE HERE
– Best International Tattoo Publication 2011 VOTE HERE
– Best Online Tattoo Resource 2011 VOTE HERE
– 2011 Ethical Supplier Award VOTE HERE
– People’s Choice Best UK Male Artist 2011 VOTE HERE
– People’s Choice Best UK Female Artist 2011 VOTE HERE
– People’s Choice Best International Male Artist 2011 VOTE HERE
– People’s Choice Best International Female Artist. 2011 VOTE HERE

Published in: on 03/12/2011 at 12:28 pm  Comments (1)  
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  1. […] an update for the Japanese Tsunami Tattoo Relief fund-raiser that was mentioned in Saturday’s blog and we’re pleased to say the ball is well and truly […]

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