huggernaut

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Hello!

I'm Adam, 29 years old, been living in New York City for the last 7 years.

I love BIG, BOLD, TRADITIONAL tattoos, always with lots of black :cool:

@suburbanxcore always makes fun of me for liking BIG lines i.e. a lot of the great artists from Spain (El Monga, El Toro, Deno, etc) or their American contemporaries some of whom I've been tattooed by, some of whom I've yet to meet.

I work in specialty coffee and have a huge passion for food as well (Chad Koeplinger's IG feed always has me salivating).

I'm also a huge camera/film/photography geek.

I'll post up some photos of some of the work I have soon.

Good to finally get involved!

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Welcome! Sounds like you have good taste! I would love to get some work by Monga... agggghhh. I have a piece from Deno and Rempe, would love to get tattooed by Mark Cross as well. Can we see your Rempe piece too?

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Welcome! Sounds like you have good taste! I would love to get some work by Monga... agggghhh. I have a piece from Deno and Rempe, would love to get tattooed by Mark Cross as well. Can we see your Rempe piece too?

The heart anchor he posted is by Rempe.

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