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Searched, and didn't find a thread on wolf tattoos, so I decided to make one.

Daryl Rodriguez, Hold It Down Tattoo:


John Reardon:


Chad Koeplinger:




Daniel Trocchio:


Kim-Anh Nguyen-Dinh:


Stefano Cera:


Clay McCay:


Erick Lynch:


Ron Henry Wells:


Steve Byrne:


Jef Whitehead:


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Not sure if he would have cited Picasso as an influence but when I look at Lee Roy's wolves I think of Guernica . Lee Roy Minugh

I think it's because they're based off old litho plates like these:



I have a lithobook with the Sailor Jerry 'mad wolf' head in it-seen lot's of redraws

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