Tattoo festival inks check for flood relief

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Tattoo enthusiasts and artists converged on Royal Garden Plaza for art and charity in the Pattaya’s annual International Tattoo Festival.

Royal Garden Managing Director Supadit Maneeratjarusri said the Nov. 17 show offered a showcase for body inkers and painters, featuring such well-known artists as Punya Saenkhod and Ton Thai Studio.

This year, however, part of the proceeds from the festival went to the “Together With Love” project to aid Thailand’s flood victims.

One of the brave souls were inked at the fair. One of the brave souls were inked at the fair.

The mall drew plenty of people looking for new body art, as well as more needle-shy fans there to catch a glimpse of models such as Athma “Bowie” Chiewanitpan showing off their new tattoos.

Royal Garden Managing Director Supadit Maneeratjarusri (center) poses with Athma “Bowie” Chiewanitpan (right) and a sexy model, the latter two showing off the body paint artwork they were given at the festival. Royal Garden Managing Director Supadit Maneeratjarusri (center) poses with Athma “Bowie” Chiewanitpan (right) and a sexy model, the latter two showing off the body paint artwork they were given at the festival.