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Ed Perdomo Talks Point to Point with Eikon

Ed Perdomo Talks Point to Point with Eikon

January 29, 2020   |   By The Eikon Team

Each week our intrepid artist liaison and generally jovial Eikon staffer Patrick Coste sits down with a tattoo artist to get to know them a little better. This week, he's catching up with Ed Perdomo.

Rock solid tattooer who's travelled the world to learn the trade and has created a style that makes him unique. That, is indeed a rare breed - Patrick Coste


Ed Perdomo Tattoo Artist

Ed Perdomo - ©2018 Marie Manson - Déclics & Pix’elle

Rapid-Fire Round...

Name: Ed Perdomo
Years tattooing: 27 years
Years actually good at it? lol: Zero, still trying to get there
Place of business: Kapala tattoo, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Instagram: www.instagram.com/ed_perdomo

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PC: Good day Ed, always fun to talk to you. When did we last see each other?
EP: Good day Patrick, last time we saw each other was at the Winnipeg Tattoo Convention last summer.

PC: Right! Right! I remember now, you gave me a full set of those little Perdomo Kids Tattoos. Are you planning to make more? They're a blast!
EP: I'd forgotten about those, they were pretty popular with the little ones. I think I’ll make some more for future conventions.


Kids tattoo by Ed Perdomo

Ed Perdomo Signature Kids Temporary Tattoos

PC: How’s your first winter in Winnipeg? Missing the Canary Islands?
EP: I miss my family for sure. Winnipeg winters are some of the coldest I’ve experienced, but not too different from Sweden. I was actually living there for 10 years.

PC: What are you working on these days?
EP: These days I’m doing quite a few Japanese inspired themes, trying to keep doing animals as main characters, but it’s not always up to me.


Ed Perdomo - Neo/Japanese Style Tatooing

Few of Ed Perdomo Signature Style Neo/Japanese Tattoos

PC: Holy crap!! Ok, ok, I hadn't seen these ones!! Your style is "Neo/Japanese/illustrative". How did you end up loving it so much?

EP: It happened by accident years ago, because of my inability to do proper Asian tattoos. I moved to China for a couple of years to learn a bit more of their iconography but ended up finding a cartoony side that resonated with clients, and it’s been developing ever since.


Ed Perdomo famous tattoos

Stunning Backpiece Tattoos by Ed Perdomo

PC: Wow! OK, OK, HOLY S***!!! Thank you, and keep coming up with those rad tattoos. Where can we see you, and get tattooed this year?
EP: At Kapala tattoo, Saskatoon and Winnipeg tattoo conventions. These days I’m not doing much travelling, except for visiting my family in Europe.

PC: You're awesome ED. Thank you, man! All the best for this year!!
EP: Thank you! I really appreciate your support and all my best wishes to you and your family.

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Follow Ed Perdomo:
www.instagram.com/ed_perdomo

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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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