Ecuador's Quito Tattoo Convention: Horns, Fangs, And Forked Tongues
It was three days of horns, fangs, forked tongue and heavy tattoos at Quito Tattoo Convention this year.
It has been a colorful weekend in Ecuador's capital during the three-day Quito Tattoo Convention.
Body modifications enthusiasts flocked to the capital of Ecuador last weekend to witness an exhibit of walking, breathing works of art in the forms of Maria Jose Christerna, Matt Gone, and many others.
A frequent convention goer, body modification artist Maria Jose Christerna aka Vampire Woman is one of the “big names” who attended Quito Tattoo Convention. Once again, she took centre stage with her vampiress persona, showcasing her many extreme body modifications.
Here she strikes a pose, showing off her crown of implants and face tattoos, on the last day of the Quito Tattoo Convention.
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Emilio Gonzalez, a body modification and tattoo artist, is also one of the famous attendees of Quito Tattoo Convention.
Let's not forget Matt Gone aka The Checkered Man, having 98% of his body inked—with some parts having seven layers of ink.
Andrea Aguilar aka Leopard Woman, getting ready for the convention.
Above are a closer look of the body mods of Richard Velez, a local body modification and tattoo artist, a fresh sutured tongue split and eyeball inking.
(Pictured above) Richard Velez, showing off the rest of his body modifications.
The 21-year-old body modification artist attended with his wife, 26-year-old Andrea Aguilar, showing off their body art.
Colombian Damian Erazo, loving his body art—oh, and are those sharpened teeth?
The Checkered Man making his appearance on the last day of the convention.