Fanatics get inked at AM-Jam Tattoo Expo

Fanatics get inked at AM-Jam Tattoo Expo

The 34th annual event offers visitors to show off the ink they have or get fresh pieces from more than 100 artists.
Published: January 27, 2020
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Lindsay Whaley of Sherburne, N.Y., shares a laugh with her tattoo artist Alisa Beardslee of Omorphia Ink during Saturday AM-JAM Tattoo Exposition in East Syracuse. Whaley enjoys Beardslee's detailed work and artistry well enough to receive this 14th ink work from the artist.

People sporting tattoos or wanting fresh ink flocked to the Ramada Inn in East Syracuse this past weekend for the 34th annual AM-JAM Tattoo Expo.

Billed as the longest-running tattoo exposition in America, more than 100 artists from across the country and internationally take part in the three-day expo to show off their art and skill. There were more than 20 competitions throughout the weekend for categories such as Best Sleeve, Best Portrait and Most Unique.

Heather Sedore creates tattoo
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Alyssa Pierce checks her tattoo
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