Making your mark.

Getting a tattoo is about creating a legacy. It’s a piece of art, a mile marker of your history that you carry with you forever.

That’s how we feel about ink at Hart & Huntington, and how Larry B. feels about his impressive collection.

A machine gunner in the Marine Corp infantry back in the early ‘90s, Larry got his first tattoo at just 16.

I looked older than I was, so I said I was 18 to get some flash art of Woody the Woodpecker holding a bottle of Jack Daniels on my right bicep. I lied to my mom and told her it was a stick-on but she eventually caught on. She still busts my chops to this day about it.

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