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@ian nice additions to the your collection. I don't know if you follow Dana Helmuth onInstagram, but he currently has some 12x16 originals up for auction (ending 8pm eastern time tonight). Not getting a lot of attention so you might be able to snag them for a very reasonable price.

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I looked through that site when I watched On The Shoulders the first time, decided to stop looking cause if I buy everything I saw that I wanted, then I couldn't afford tattoos... kind of a catch 22

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timothy hoyer prints: Home / Three Hours Past Midnight

Also wanted to share my custom frame source: http://stores.ebay.com/Custom-Framing-Factory-Outlet?_trksid=p2047675.l2563

Each these frames (including glass, mat, and backing) was less than $25. If you email them they will cut custom frame and mat sizes. Great option for inexpensive prints. Much classier looking than the off the shelf stuff from places like Michael's.

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I got tattooed at Aloha Tattoos in Barcelona last week and one of the many cool things about that shop is that it's also a "tattoo art gallery" with lots of art and prints for sale. Currently they have an exhibition of Matt Bivetto's drawings, which are really fantastic and I wish I had the spare money to buy one of them (and/or get down to NYC and get tattooed by him). I did pick up this really cool print from El Carlo though:

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The website for La Cobra Negra is here: La Cobra Negra Tattoo Art Gallery — Home and they have a bunch of prints, originals, flash, sketchbooks, etc., for sale. There's a lot of really cool stuff there.

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I just recieved a big ol box full of prints from Ian Bederman, @wonkytiger on instagram, he has a lot of cool stuff, not sure how many of this anatomy series are left but I thought it was a really good deal.

Here is a terrible photo I took trying to get everything in the frame:

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