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17 October 2019
The world-renowned Scott Campbell owns Saved Tattoos in New York. His designs adorn the bodies of numerous famous customers, from Marc Jacobs to Courtney Love. But his craft doesn’t end at the tip of the needle: he is a visual artist too, known for his sculptures and watercolours. Monocle 24’s Carlota Rebelo meets him in his LA studio.
17 October 2019
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