Hello from Luxembourg Scott "Cool-Aid" Irwin

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I am an American living in Europe. I'm an artist formerly known as Cool-Aid but now that I'm older I just use my real name Scott Irwin, I have nothing to hide anymore. I've been tattooing since 1995 and have been in the front seat of a wild ride called tattooing. Even though I've been tattooing so long I feel as if I just started gaining momentum. I'm here to surround myself with like minded artists. I couldn't have stumbled across Scott Sylvia's interview at a more perfect time. Like all things there are highs and lows, and there are new beginnings. I am very thankful to be a tattooer and couldn't imagine it any other way.

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So many of us fail to really pay attention to what our personal paths should be. Glad you're following yours. It can be frustrating, annoying, even infuriating, but if you're born to do it, it's worth it.

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