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Tattoo expo leaves a mark

The 2011 D.C. Tattoo Arts Expo, featuring more than 100 artists, concludes Sunday at the Doubletree Hotel in Arlington.

 
 

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Tattooed stars and spots decorate the head of Sean "Halo" Jankowski, 27, of Brooklyn, Md., as he poses for a portrait at the 2011 D.C. Tattoo Arts Expo. Jankowski says he sees his tattoos as accessories on his body.


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