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Hello everyone =)

I'm a French student, here in the US for 6 months.

I am a fan of body modifications, I love the art and the culture related to those.

I got four tattoos, big pieces, done by French artists (Easy Sacha from the Mystery Tattoo Club in Paris and Franck Baxter from the Viens Voir Maman shop in Rouen)

A few piercings too.

I also love sport and I am studying to work in the Nonprofit sector.

Looking forward to meeting all of you on the forum =)

And sorry in advance for my English !

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I'd like to get tattooed here in the US, do you know were and how I can create a topic to ask for advice in order to chose my artist (I guess in the "Tattoo advice" section) ?

I already have a list of American artists whose work I appreciate, and I'd like to submit it to you

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Thanks !

My first two choices are Jacob Rivera ( Graham Niles

(both working in Denver I think)

Other choices : Talley Matthew (Los Angeles) and Justin Olivier (New Orleans)

What do you think of their works, technically speaking ?

I like blackwork, black and grey neo traditional, and gravure. Do you have any other artists in mind ?

The most important thing to me is the healed aspect of the tattoo, and the technic of the artist, so that the piece remains clean and viable in the long term.

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