Lucky Malony

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Hi all.

My name is Lucky Malony and I work at Anatomy Tattoo in Portland, Oregon. I've been tattooing for 15 years. I like tattoos that look like tattoos. Not sure what else to put on here.

Here are some recent tattoos and paintings that I've made.

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Nice to see you on here Lucky, heard a lot about you from Ashley Howell, also I got tattooed by Justin Dion before he moved over to Anatomy. You guys do really cool tattoos, welcome to the forum.

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@beez Thanks for the welcome' date=' and for following. I'm not sure how I missed this site, but I'm glad I know of it now.[/quote']

Hope to see you around more! This site is a treasure trove of information and opinions and art, and I believe it has even been instrumental in preventing a few tattoo disasters!

And there is, of course, a thread for posting while you are inebriated. A little something for everyone here. >;)

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