Mike Bennett

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My name is Michael Bennett, I tattoo out of 2Spirit Tattoo in San Francisco. I.ve been tattooing for a little over 10 years and am grateful for all it's given me. Hope you're all having a lovely day.image_345760_thumb.jpg

Welcome! I like your work. I just walked by your shop for the first time Friday night. It was closed, but it looked really nice. Anyone ride those bikes, are are they just for show? ;)

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Those belong to the shop owner, Roxx. I drive a Mazda 2, haha. Nice meeting you! Hope to run into sometime! That would rule.

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Hi! Nice to meet you

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Thank you for saying! Maybe if you're ever in the area.

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Cool! You have been mentioned in the Blackwork & Dotwork thread (http://www.lastsparrowtattoo.com/forum/tattoo-designs-books-flash/3244-blackwork-dotwork-tattoos.html). I love your stuff on Instagram, too. Glad to see you here. If I'm ever in SF...I would love to get one from you. Or if you come to LA...you could let us know.

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