This year, the 13th International London Tattoo Convention is excited to have a fantastic and totally unique art exhibition, ‘The Imperial Tattoo Army’.
The London Tattoo Convention has commissioned nine talented tattoo artists from around the globe to paint elaborate tattoo influenced designs onto iconic Original Stormtrooper canvases...
The International London Tattoo Convention 2017 is proud to present an art exhibition from British designer and illustrator Graham Humphreys...
2000AD and the International London Tattoo Convention are proud to present the finest art of 2000AD.
A unique opportunity to view 2000AD art and meet the finest Illustrators of this cult comic and purchase official 2000AD prints and art books.
2000 AD is Britain's cult sci-fi comic, and has been at the cutting edge of contemporary pop culture since 1977. It's a multi-award winning cocktail of explosive sci-fi and fantasy, infused with a mean streak of irony and wry black humour. Imaginative, hard-hitting stories and eye-popping art have made 2000 AD essential reading for its legion of fiercely loyal fans for over 30 years now.
2000 AD has been a proving ground for the finest young artists of the generation, and many of the biggest names in comics today honed their skills within its pages. It has become synonymous with the very finest in comics art, and has won the Best British Comic award at the UK Comic Art Awards, National Comics Awards and Eagle Awards too many times to list. Over a quarter of a century, 2000 AD has created hundreds of memorable comic book characters.
Christopher Lovell will be attending The London Tattoo Convention 2016 exhibiting some of his greatest works. As well as appreciating his artwork you can purchase his limited edition prints.
Christopher Lovell is a UK based artist who specialises primarily in illustration for clothing companies and band merchandise. Christopher is self-taught and his influences started very early on in his childhood where he developed a deep interest in fantasy and sci-fi. He was captivated by toys, cartoons and films which helped to fuel his imagination and which still inspire him to this day.