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Stripped-Down Pop Culture Tattoos Of Jeremy D

In the contemporary tattoo industry, talent and recognition no longer depend on the number of years of practice. Case in point – Brisbane, Australia-based tattoo artist Jeremy D who’s been practicing his art for just over two years.

Jeremy’s work has rapidly caught the eye of tattoo enthusiasts and pop culture lovers around the globe. However, the young artist remains humble.

He tells Konbini: “I believe you have to work hard and always push yourself to do new things in this industry to reap the rewards.”

More info: Instagram (h/t: konbini)

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