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The INDY's Tattoo Issue

Medical tats, cover-ups, and the man whose ink made Steph Curry a star

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For Some Breast Cancer Survivors, Nipple Tattoos Offer a Return to Normalcy

“My husband’s really the only one who gets to see it, but I feel like showing everybody.”

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Did You Get a Terrible Tat as a Teen? You Can Fix That.

Our writer documents the process of turning a bad decision from his youth into a meaningful one for his adulthood.

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Stories on Skin with Errol Engelbrecht, Owner of Raleigh’s Blue Flame Tattoo

“Nowadays, everyone comes in and they just show their phones and they’re like, ‘I want this.’”

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We Asked Our Readers for Their Best and Worst Tattoo Stories—And Wow, Did They Deliver

INDY readers reveal the depth, diversity, and poignancy of tattoo culture.

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