Welcome to another installment of the Tattooed Poets Project!

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Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Daniel Gives Us a Lady Liberty Update

Last May, we featured this great tattoo, courtesy of Daniel:


Read the original post here.

Daniel recently sent me updated photos of his sleeve, which I thought we'd share here. This work is all by the amazing Guido Baldini. He tattooed Daniel during a recent stint at Brooklyn Tattoo here in New York.

Photo Courtesy of Daniel Valvano and Guido Baldini
Photo Courtesy of Daniel Valvano and Guido Baldini
Photo Courtesy of Daniel Valvano and Guido Baldini
As Daniel explained it, he worked with Guido and
"We wanted to keep the theme going so I said I wanted a creepy background and he just free handed the clouds and lightening. The rotten apple was thrown in there at the very end."
Thanks to Daniel for updating us on his Lady Liberty tattoo!


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