In an exclusive collaboration with Reuben Bhattacharya a.k.a Visual Amnesia, Cupick will be putting up limited edition prints by the ace artist at India’s biggest international tattoo festival.
If you’re in Delhi, make a beeline to the Heartwork Tattoo Festival!
THE HEARTWORK TATTOO FESTIVAL
The Heartwork Tattoo Festival is a gathering of the masters. The first ever tattoo convention in Delhi will be hosting over sixty tattoo artists (including the legendary Paul Booth and Anil Gupta) from all over the world who will be showcasing the best of their artwork.
WHEN: 4th, 5th and 6th December.
TIMINGS: The festival is open to visitors from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. for all 3 days
WHERE: The venue is Gate No.7 and 8, Indira Gandhi Indoor Stadium, New Delhi.
Get tattooed. See great artists working live. Shop for merchandise. Tune in to some great music by top acts. Meet celebrity tattoo artist. Make this a weekend getaway with your friends and have fun!
REUBEN BHATTACHARYA a.k.a VISUAL AMNESIA
Reuben Bhattacharya has over a decade of experience in illustration and graphic design for advertising, fashion, media and music. Well-known in the metal community as the bassist of Delhi-based metal band Undying Inc, he is also a highly sought-after visual artist who creates album art, posters and merchandise for metal bands under the moniker Visual Amnesia.
Besides brands and consumer labels, Bhattacharya works with various artists, bands, music magazines, event groups, venues and record labels. Some of his work has been featured in publications like Design Inspiration, I.D, Metal Hammer, Rock Street Journal and ROLLING STONE India. He has contributed his art to bands such as Slipknot, Skyharbor, Undying Inc, Cypher 16, Armada Of Secrets, Joint Family, 1833 AD, Brute Force, Another Vertigo Rush and Cactus.
At festival, Reuben will be conducting a workshop on creating heavy metal imagery through live drawing session on a Wacom tablet.
Official merch and limited edition prints of Reuben’s work will be available at the Cupick+Visual Amnesia stall. So don’t forget to swing by and pick up some original art.