Posted by Dustin on June 30, 2012 at 09:30 PM CST
From Starwars.com:

"What better way to fully join the party at Celebration VI than to get an original work of art -- your very own Star Wars tattoo -- to commemorate the event?

Shane Turgeon, the author of The Force in the Flesh, and Marc Draven, creator of Ink Fusion, bring you the biggest and best Celebration tattoo experience to date. With many renowned tattoo artists from points around the world, the expanded Star Wars Tattoo Pavilion will be the place to see and be seen in the Celebration Experience Exhibit Hall. Book your appointment ahead online (details coming soon), or visit the Tattoo Pavilion to make an appointment at the show, space and time permitting.

While you're there, check out the exclusive swag, the live art and performance painting, and the tattoo art show, all planned for the area. And sign up to show off your brand new or existing Star Wars tattoo in the Tattoo Competition, scheduled for Sunday at Celebration VI.

Check back for more details and sign-ups, coming soon."





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