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A Yung Lord Of Black Work…
Dan S Carrington Tattoo Spotlight

Over the five years of CVLT Nation’s existence, it has opened many different doors that have come in many different forms. One of the raddest things about running this site is getting connected with our talented readers from around the world. Case in point is Dan S Carrington, aka  X X V I, who has been an avid reader since we started. Over the course of this time, I have seen his illustration and tattooing skills grow to next level shit. What I love about his work is that he has a definite style, and it speaks to me. When I look at his tattoos, not only do I admire his lines, it makes wish I had the funds to fly to the UK so that he could do some work on me! Dan’s work is simple yet detailed and very fucking powerful! I’m also happy that we have had the chance to work with him on several designs, like our Disorder and Spellbound graphics, and I hope we can do more in the future. If you read our site, then you know I’m a huge fan of black work. Now it’s time for you to see the killer work of Dan S Carrington…You can see from his work that he is a member of the underground, creating for the underground!

Tributes and oblivions

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