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Recap from the Road: Moncton Tattoo Convention 2018

Recap from the Road: Moncton Tattoo Convention 2018

October 1, 2018   |   By The Eikon Team

The Hub City show held in beautiful Moncton NB, is our only East Coast stop on our 2018 Convention schedule, and one of our favorites. Our convention crew were on the ground and came with our famous Eikon convention packs to help keep the artists working all weekend long. 

For six years Brad Dawe and the Hell or High Water family have put together a fun tattoo show that is distinctly Moncton. In between hanging with our East coast friends and working a busy Eikon booth, there was still time to see the raunchy Country music styling’s of the Galpines and the mind blowing suspension show put on by the team at Transcending Ground (most of it watched through my hands).  

A sampling of art and artist

If you didn’t get a chance to make it this year, here is just some of what you missed…

More shananagins...

A big shoutout to Brad Dawe

We want to again thank Brad Dawe and his family for their hospitality, they really know how to make the traveling artist and Eikon feel at home. 

It was also an honor getting to watch Brad’s son get his first tattoo... Congrats man!

PS: For those not in the know, Brad is well known for his machine building. The trophies at this years Hub City tattoo Convention included a hand-build machine that Brad fastened out of our Eikon Laconia blanks. 

The Eikon Team

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Eikon Device was started in 1994, working out of a small garage, manufacturing the first needle specifically designed to meet the needs of tattoo artists. That started an odyssey of research and development that has seen many advancements in tattoo equipment including four generations of Eikon meter/power supplies, the Tru-Spring Armature Bar system, Griffin Tubes, Hydra Needles, and Symbeos, Helix and Green Monster Machines.
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