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Unlocked: Innovation in Art


I have said it before and I will say it again; here at The Given we love innovation. If your art is innovative it will likely end up here. So when I saw this I just had to post it up. I love the old school tattoo feel on a medium which I can honestly say I have never seen before. This piece is from an artist known as Posterchild.

Keep Your Love Safe

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