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Baby Tattooville 2013 (Some NSFW) 

October 9, 2013
The 7th annual Baby Tattooville took place over the weekend at the Historic Mission Inn. This three day, 24 hour, immersive experience featured artists Olivia, Sylvia Ji, Travis Louie, Mitch O'Connell, Alex Pardee, The Sucklord, Chet Zar, Steven Daily, Luke Chueh, Coop, Gris Grimly, Brandi Milne, Kathie Olivas, Brandt Peters, Ragnar, KRK Ryden and more.

Limited to just 40 tickets, Baby Tattooville’s intimate atmosphere provides an opportunity for a small number of attendees to spend the weekend participating in both scheduled and spontaneous activities with the event’s featured artists, creative partners and surprise guests. They also have access to an eclectic assortment of unusual panels and presentations, and access to all of Baby Tattooville’s strange goings-on.

Event creator Bob Self says it best “...People who have attended in the past compare it to the parties at Hearst castle, or the parties in Citizen Kane. It’s like getting the golden ticket in Willy Wonka. It is a magical weekend that is greater than the sum of its parts. It’s a romanticized take on an artist’s life, almost like a trip back in time. It’s like a trip down the art-rabbit-hole.”
Mitch O'Connell paints on Art Jam, a piece worked on by 15 artists over the course of the event.
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The 7th annual Baby Tattooville took place over the weekend at the Historic Mission Inn. This three day, 24 hour, immersive experience featured artists Olivia, Sylvia Ji, Travis Louie, Mitch O'Connell, Alex Pardee, The Sucklord, Chet Zar, Steven Daily, Luke Chueh, Coop, Gris Grimly, Brandi Milne, Kathie Olivas, Brandt Peters, Ragnar, KRK Ryden and more.

Limited to just 40 tickets, Baby Tattooville’s intimate atmosphere provides an opportunity for a small number of attendees to spend the weekend participating in both scheduled and spontaneous activities with the event’s featured artists, creative partners and surprise guests. They also have access to an eclectic assortment of unusual panels and presentations, and access to all of Baby Tattooville’s strange goings-on.

Event creator Bob Self says it best “...People who have attended in the past compare it to the parties at Hearst castle, or the parties in Citizen Kane. It’s like getting the golden ticket in Willy Wonka. It is a magical weekend that is greater than the sum of its parts. It’s a romanticized take on an artist’s life, almost like a trip back in time. It’s like a trip down the art-rabbit-hole.”
Published on October 9, 2013
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