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greg fly

Greetings from Greg Fly

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Hi my name is Greg Fly, the son of the late J.C. Fly. I've been tattooing for the past 23 years, currently I own and operate The Tattoo Shop based in Medford N.Y. I like working in the traditional americana style, Ameri-Japanese and creative fusions of the two. I love to tattoo and keeping a family tradition alive. Let's keep the old tattoo magic ALIVE!

Cheers,

Greg

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Welcome to LST, Greg! Looking forward to reading your posts and seeing your work.

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welcome, hope you enjoy LST an looking forward to your contributions

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