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Just came across this guy by talking to a coworker of mine. The guy I work with is close personal friends with the tattooer. He happens to be covered with Juan's work too.

The guy I work with is a little rough with English, and I don't speak Spanish, but apparently Juan is coming to New Jersey some time soon and he comes to the US frequently. Currently he lives in Puerto Rico.

Just thought I'd share, I'm impressed by this guy's work.

https://www.facebook.com/juansalgadoart

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