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Filip Leu and Kurt Wiscombe, Three Backs in Three Days

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=naeJE6Rw7PE

 

Three years ago Filip Leu and Kurt Wiscombe did three collaborative backpieces in three days at the Montreal convention, and here's a short documentary they made about it.

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2 hours ago, a_beukeveld said:

I wish Filip was visiting this year! Ill have to watch this latter.

I hope he comes back sometime soon.  I had the chance to briefly talk with him when this video was taken and he was really cool.  I'm a nobody, just some guy who likes tattoos, and he was really friendly and down to earth, and he was super interested in my tattoos and asked all sorts of questions about them.  I thought it was great to meet somebody who has been involved with tattoos for pretty much his entire life and he still clearly loves them so much and still gets excited about them.

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