Lyle Sutton

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My names Lyle Sutton, im a union electrician in seattle washington, i love to travel and collect tattoos from various well known artists. its become a passion of mine . i've collected works from Jason Kundell, Matt Shamah, Phil Holt, Curt Baer, Joel Kennedy, and a plethera of other amazing artists. almost out of room! ha!

looking forward to starting my back with Adrian Lee in April. first two session on the 21-22nd of april.

this site seems rad, excited to tat chat and scope out bitchin work from everyone.


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