SEMINARS

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FKIRONS: FREE SEMINAR

In Riccione, during the Tattoo Convention, on Friday, June 9, from 10 am to 12 pm, a seminar will be held where the new FKIRONS Spektra Xion will be shown for the first time in Europe.The seminar will include, among other things, a video connection to the US, Streaming Live with Gaston Siciliano, founder and owner of FKIRONS and … among the top 90 members of the seminar will be extracted a Spektra Direkt2 as gift! An unmissable seminar for which I already love and who wants to know these wonderful aluminum tattoo machines.

Gaston Siciliano: Son of Italian Father, born in Argentina and moved to the United States in 1997, begins to tattoo and build tattoo machines. He has worked for many years with many companies, keeping care of graphics and design. Tattooing he noticed that the machines were too heavy, made with steel too thick and that with time they damaged the joints of the hand. He then started building lighter machines using aluminum. In 2007, FK IRONS became its main business.

Seminar program:

– overview of the FK rotary line
– “Give” functionality
-“Stroke” functionality
-Correct voltage use
– introduction to the cartridges
-Overview of the Click Ergo grip
– introduction to the unique Spektra Xion
– Streaming live with Gaston Siciliano, Owner Fk Irons, for Questions and Answers
-Draw of n1 Spektra Direkt2 among the first 90 subscribers to the seminar

FKIRONS SEMINAR SUBSCRIPTION

Subscribe to the FKIRONS seminar, and participate to the extraction of the prize: a brand new Spektra Direkt2!

TATTOO SEMINAR

We are proud to present the collaboration with two Italian artists and internationally renowned: Pallocchini and Andrea Wolf Horiokami, at the international Tattoo Show in Riccione. This unique seminar on Japanese tattoo is aimed at all those with an interest to deepen culture and secrets and improve their technique.

very limited places available.

• SHAPE AND SIZE OF THE PERSON IN SPACE
• COLOR / BACKGROUND / CONTRAST
• Technical aspects (NEEDLES – MACHINES – INKS)
• IMMEDIATE RESULTS “VARIATIONS IN THE TATTOO HEALED”
• DURATION IN TIME “VARIATIONS IN DIFFERENT STYLES”
• CONDITIONING OF DIFFERENT SKIN AND AREAS OF THE BODY
• LIMITATIONS OF SKIN AS SUPPORT

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ANDREA PALLOCCHINI

I was born in 1974 in a small town near Rome. I am autodidactic. I’ve been tattooing since 1994 and painting a few months later. At the beginning I started working at home and in a serigraphy. From 2000 to 2008, I worked in a tattoo-shop called Sunskin Tattoo, and after that I opened my own studio, called “FourX”, a mix between tattoo studio and atelier paintings. Right now I only join a few conventions like the “London Tattoo Convention”, “Le Mondial du Tatuage de Paris” and the “Florence Tattoo Convention”. After 20 years working, my priority is giving an artistic touch to the tattoo, mixing up oil painting and the tattoo’s graphic lines; all of this is now possible by using high quality’s materials and machines.

LUPO HORIOKAMI

Nato nel 1979 a Vicenza, Italia. Dal 1993 ha iniziato a praticare writing e aerosolart nutrendo un profondo interesse per il disegno. Nel 1999 ha iniziato a disegnare motivi per tatuaggi e pochi anni dopo ha aperto lo studio Inksidetattooing nel centro di Vicenza.

Durante il suo primo viaggio in Giappone ebbe l’onore di conoscere Horiyoshi III ( Yoshihito Nakano ) da cui, dopo aver stabilito un buon rapporto formale, ricevette la nomina ed il permesso di utilizzare l’appellativo giapponese HoriOkami, come vuole la tradizione.

Lupo.HoriOkami non fa parte di nessuna tattoo family, ma nutre un legame di amicizia e rispetto verso Horiyoshi III che nei successivi viaggi in Giappone si è dimostrato una persona importante per l’esperienza e crescita personale nel mondo dell’horimono.

Nell’aprile del 2010 decide di chiudere il vecchio studio per aprirne uno nuovo, privato e più riservato, con il nome di: Mushin Private Tattoo Studio; situato in un appartamento al primo piano nel centro di Vicenza

Dopo svariati studi sullo stile giapponese, lupo ha deciso di concentrarsi sullo stile che contraddistingue la zona del kansai nel sud del giappone per poter avere più contrasto e più solidità nelle forme e nello sfondo, ora preferisce lavorare in bianco e nero,o con pochi colori primari .

Lupo.HoriOkami lavora a mano con la tecnica tebori, a macchinetta elettrica e rotativa; e continua ad interessarsi a tutto ciò che fa parte dello spirito della tradizione giapponese in ogni suo aspetto anche quello più sconosciuto. Studia Shodō (l’arte della calligrafia orientale), filosofia e pensiero zen