Jimbo

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Hello Everyone, I'm new to LST so let me introduce myself! I'm 51 yrs. young and have been tattooing since the "make your own needles" days. I ride a Harley, drink beer and love a great joke. I put on the Big Red Suit every December and portray Santa Claus for Charity. I love all kinds of art, mostly tattoo, illustration, cartooning, leather and sign painting. I've been in the industry for 26 yrs. now and because of that I can be a little hard headed and oppinionated at times. I work with 2 other artists in a shop that has been in the same location for 20 yrs. I helped apprentice the owner in the early 90's and we both trained our newest artist ( my son! ) together. We have a lot of fun and make new friends of our clients every day! Our shop name is "The Ultimate Art Form Tattoo Studio" and we do our best to live up to it. If you got this far, Thanks for reading! Jimbo Rahmberg

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