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Blazer Ink

Some Blazers express themselves with different kinds of tattoos.

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Senior Tigi Danka has a tattoo in remembrance of a loved one. She wants to have 12 tattoos in all, and she admits that she finds tattoos addictive.

Senior Tigi Danka has a tattoo in remembrance of a loved one. She wants to have 12 tattoos in all, and she admits that she finds tattoos addictive.1Picture by Lauren PoorJovice Mcleod, a junior, expresses his faith on his arm with a religious tattoo.2Picture by Lauren PoorDisplaying her Aztec heritage, senior Katherine Bravo shows off her tattoo of the centerpiece of the Aztec calendar.3Picture by Lauren PoorJuinior Candace Marshall has a basic value etched into her arm as a constant reminder to herself and others.4Picture by Lauren PoorSophomore Cindy Kang has a small tattoo of an anchor that she won't regret in years to come. 5Picture by Lauren PoorButterflies flutter with the Chinese characters for peace and love on junior Baindu Koroma's newly acquired tattoo.6Picture by Lauren PoorNot only the students of Blair express themselves through ink. Janitor John Colandreo displays two of his many tattoos. He has tattoos of dice and the American flag.7Picture by Lauren PoorJunior Olivia Anderson uses a pair of wings on her back to remember the people in her life who have passed away.8Picture by Lauren PoorFreshman Zoe Hofmann chooses to have a more exposed tattoo of a sun and a moon underneath her eye. She says it has faded a little, but she likes it that way.9Picture by Lauren Poor
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