Inked Hearts Tattoo Expo 2019 

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Tattoo artist Teddie Scott of Kaha Ki'i Arts on the North Shore of Oahua showed off a silicon tattoo hand and arm that demonstrated his skills; he said he was missing the weather back home in Hawaii.
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Lucy Bogus, of Manila, was back this year to get more back work done by tattoo artist Jared Glassburn of Local Boy Tattoo in Vancouver, Washington.
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Kyle Wright, of Arcata, spent most of his weekend getting work done by tattoo artist Cory Boersma, of Artful Dodger Tattoo in Seattle.
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Local college student and world traveler Jeff Teel got a world map tattoo from Joseph Elliot of Tattoo Joe's in Vacaville (Teel's hometown).
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One vendor at the event supplied a rainbow of ink.
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Jessie Hammons, of Portland, was back for a second year in a row to get more work done by tattoo artist Liz Venom, of Bombshell Tattoo in Edmonton, Alberta. Venom's work on Hammons won Best Color award on Saturday.
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After driving 19 hours straight from Tempe, Arizona, with tattoo-portrait specialist Manuel Flores and crew, of Next-Level Studio, Daniel Capps had a chance to lay back while getting another Western movie portrait (Johnny Ringo from Tombstone).
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Tattoo artist David Chavera, of Local Boy Tattoo in San Antonio, Texas, preps a "Much Love" design in Spanish on the neck of Roxanne Reche, of Willow Creek.
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Lisa Arredondo, of Houston, relaxed while getting some creative tattoo work from Liz Cook, of Lewisville, Texas. Examples of Cook's designs are in the foreground.
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Mosaic glass work from Gypsy Soul Glass was available at this vendor table.
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Irisa Tam, of Eureka, had tattoo artist Lisa Hower, of Addiction Tattooing in Lebanon, Pennsylvalnia, add a portrait of her cat to her arm below the tattoo portrait of her dog.
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Tattoo artist Tim Orth (foreground), of NorCall Tattoo in Eureka, was one of 35 vendors working at Inked Hearts this year.
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Showing off some entrepreneurial spirit in a welcoming scene, Madison Amos (left) and Kendall Auker, both of McKinleyville, did brisk sales of Girl Scout Cookies on late Saturday afternoon prior to the daily tattoo-awards ceremony.
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Tattoo artist Liz Venom's work on the arm of Jessie Hammons, of Portland, was recognized with the Best Color award for Saturday.
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Tattoo artist Tye Harris, of Faces in the Dark in Kyle, Texas, was awarded Best of the Day on Saturday for his vampire bat portrait on Dalton Kasper, of Eureka.
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Stax, an English bulldog owned by Jeff and jennifer Young, of Garberville, picked up the Most Slobbery Bulldog award on Sunday.
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Aubrey Young, of Garberville, gave her French bulldog, Prince, a hug after he was given The Most Handsome Bulldog award on Sunday.
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