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Hey guys, I am going to Boston May 4-10 for one of my very close, good friends' graduation from grad school. We decided we wanted to get tattoos together of an Indian style elephant-on our shoulder blades, not too big, color or black and white. We have had ups in downs and some of our own personal issues that we have gotten over within the past 5 years. We been in touch since middle school so the symbol of an elephant as a strong, smart, loyal, patient and sensitive animal represents our friendship pretty well. Anyway, we are looking for a good place to go to around Boston area, I think it may be easier to find a place that is good so we may do a walk in rather than make an appointment, not sure of her/our schedule yet.

Thanks :D

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Redemption Tattoo in Cambridge

Regeneration Tattoo in Allston

Good Faith Tattoo in Allston

Fat Ram's Pumpkin Tattoo in JP

Congress St Tattoo or Iron Works Tattoo in Portsmouth NH (1hr north of Boston)

Cobra Custom Tattoo (1hr south of Boston)

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