Well, we did it – and in true Few and Far style, we not only did it, but exceeded every and all expectations. This said, we would like to start with a big THANK YOU to Kevin of Aus Tattoo Expo & Rites of Passage for not only the invitation, but also the opportunity and incredible hospitality.
In short, fucking amazing.
In long, let's just say it started with hiring a van and driving 1700km’s (or 1056 miles for those playing from overseas).
We aren’t gonna lie, it was a mission and the drive back sucked but it was totally worth it. We had the best time and couldn’t be more stoked with the result or grateful for the overwhelming and mind blowing love and support. Seriously guys, we really didn’t expect any of this nor can we thank you enough.
Not only was it monumental for us as it was our first stand alone pop-up shop – but it was our first at a tattoo convention – which has been something we have been striving for since day 1. So again, thank you guys, from the bottom of our hearts for the love and support for not only us but also Deathproof. Oh yeah, we also felt that taking one HUGE risk wasn’t enough, so we took two….
To put this into perspective for those who haven’t been following us long; we not only agreed to driving 4 days total for our very first pop-up, but we also decided that we were going to take our brand new (and not even open yet) bar – both with zero experience. We had a vision, the rest is history. What an amazing weekend.
For those who missed it, we bought our friend Jai of Jai Morrow Studios along to capture it for y'all.
Few and Far would like to specially thank, our friends TJ Guzzardi and Yas Vo for coming along and painting live all weekend and Jarrod Day for the epic help all weekend!
Deathproof would like to specially thank, Hugo, Henry and the rest of the gang from Fat Controller in Adelaide for not only making this whole thing possible – but for making it as kick-ass as they did.