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Very cool Tattoo infographic via Behance

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Still a pretty cool project. Yeah it would be hard to gather data. You would have to take a sample of people and figure out the percentage, but depending on what city, what neighborhood, what time of day, and what you look like when you approach people, I would think there would be a lot of different conclusions.

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