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I think that's an interesting suggestion, although I don't know how helpful it might be. Oftentimes people already know based on the upcoming thread, instagram, or any number of other things. I'd be very curious to see how voting or reactions may be different based on knowing the artist or not.

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in my honest opinion, I think it does tend to sway people.

yeah but by the time the tattoo hits the contest - people already know who did it because its been on the IG or in the Latest Lowdown - I don't think its a bg factor - besides - its more of a fun thing anyhow - no?

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in my honest opinion, I think it does tend to sway people.

yeah but by the time the tattoo hits the contest - people already know who did it because its been on the IG or in the Latest Lowdown - I don't think its a bg factor - besides - its more of a fun thing anyhow - no?

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