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When Jeremy Corns started tattooing in the 1990s, it was a hard skill to learn.

“All your references were magazines, even books,” he says. “Information was really hard to find. It was still a very word-of-mouth, handed-down trade at that time.”

Despite the excess of internet searches and social media posts available today, Corns still thinks tattooing is a career worthy of time, education and hard-earned respect.

Corns and his wife are owners of Anchored Art Tattoo,

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