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Hi. Ive never been on any kind of forum before so this is a first. ive been tattooing for about 3 years and I'm always looking for ways to be apart of the community and give a little back. I currently work 3 days a week at good mojo tattoos in Beverly mass. and another 3 days a week at sad clown city in boston mass. I paint allot of flash and if anyone wants to trade or do a split sheet I'm always into that. I don't have a website but I'm on Instagram @sushidavetattoo.

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