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    Pernille Ferdinandsen receives a neck tattoo from Peter Madsen during the third Copenhagen Ink Festival which opened Thursday May 9, 2013 in Copenhagen, Denmark, the biggest tattoo festival in Northern Europe. During the three days, 180 of the world's best and most celebrated national and international tattoo artists show the audience their skills in making art on the body and tattoo's on the audience. (Photo by Lars Krabbe/AP Photo)


    Pernille Ferdinandsen receives a neck tattoo from Peter Madsen during the third Copenhagen Ink Festival which opened Thursday May 9, 2013 in Copenhagen, Denmark, the biggest tattoo festival in Northern Europe. During the three days, 180 of the world's best and most celebrated national and international tattoo artists show the audience their skills in making art on the body and tattoo's on the audience. (Photo by Lars Krabbe/AP Photo)




    Christian Funch writes a text message whilst being tattooed by Mikkel Westrup from Good Times Tattoo, Thursday May 9. 2013 in Copenhagen, Denmark, during the third Copenhagen Ink Festival, the biggest tattoo festival in Northern Europe. During the three days, 180 of the world's best and most celebrated national and international tattoo artists show the audience their skills in making art on the body and tattoo's on the audience. (Photo by Lars Krabbe/AP Photo)


    Christian Funch writes a text message whilst being tattooed by Mikkel Westrup from Good Times Tattoo, Thursday May 9. 2013 in Copenhagen, Denmark, during the third Copenhagen Ink Festival, the biggest tattoo festival in Northern Europe. (Photo by Lars Krabbe/AP Photo)




    [Black Widow] from Colombia who is a tattoo artist and works in a friend's tattoo shop in Copenhagen, displays her tattoos during the third Copenhagen Ink Festival which opened Thursday May 9, 2013 in Copenhagen, Denmark, the biggest tattoo festival in Northern Europe. During the three days, 180 of the world's best and most celebrated national and international tattoo artists show the audience their skills in making art on the body and tattoo's on the audience. (Photo by Lars Krabbe/AP Photo)


    [Black Widow] from Colombia who is a tattoo artist and works in a friend's tattoo shop in Copenhagen, displays her tattoos during the third Copenhagen Ink Festival which opened Thursday May 9, 2013 in Copenhagen, Denmark, the biggest tattoo festival in Northern Europe. (Photo by Lars Krabbe/AP Photo)




    Kai Faust, right, not seen, of "The Art of the Body" decorates Par Andersson, of Sweden, using the Japanese Tebori technique, wherein the electrical pin is replaced by a tapered bamboo stick, during the third Copenhagen Ink Festival which opened Thursday May 9, 2013 in Copenhagen, Denmark, the biggest tattoo festival in Northern Europe. During the three days, 180 of the world's best and most celebrated national and international tattoo artists show the audience their skills in making art on the body and tattoo's on the audience. (Photo by Lars Krabbe/AP Photo)


    Kai Faust, right, not seen, of "The Art of the Body" decorates Par Andersson, of Sweden, using the Japanese Tebori technique, wherein the electrical pin is replaced by a tapered bamboo stick, during the third Copenhagen Ink Festival which opened Thursday May 9, 2013 in Copenhagen, Denmark, the biggest tattoo festival in Northern Europe. (Photo by Lars Krabbe/AP Photo)




    A young man has his chest tattooed during the third Copenhagen Ink Festival which opened Thursday May 9, 2013 in Copenhagen, Denmark, for what is the biggest tattoo festival in Northern Europe. During the three days, 180 of the world's best and most celebrated national and international tattoo artists show the audience their skills in making art on the body and tattoo's on the audience. (Photo by Lars Krabbe/AP Photo)


    A young man has his chest tattooed during the third Copenhagen Ink Festival which opened Thursday May 9, 2013 in Copenhagen, Denmark, for what is the biggest tattoo festival in Northern Europe. (Photo by Lars Krabbe/AP Photo)




    Twenty one-year-old Nickie Cubbin displays her tattoos during the third Copenhagen Ink Festival which opened Thursday May 9, 2013 in Copenhagen, Denmark, the biggest tattoo festival in Northern Europe. During the three days, 180 of the world's best and most celebrated national and international tattoo artists show the audience their skills in making art on the body and tattoo's on the audience. (Photo by Lars Krabbe/AP Photo)


    Twenty one-year-old Nickie Cubbin displays her tattoos during the third Copenhagen Ink Festival which opened Thursday May 9, 2013 in Copenhagen, Denmark, the biggest tattoo festival in Northern Europe. (Photo by Lars Krabbe/AP Photo)


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Copenhagen Ink Festival


Pernille Ferdinandsen receives a neck tattoo from Peter Madsen during the third Copenhagen Ink Festival which opened Thursday May 9, 2013 in Copenhagen, Denmark, the biggest tattoo festival in Northern Europe. During the three days, 180 of the world's best and most celebrated national and international tattoo artists show the audience their skills in making art on the body and tattoo's on the audience. (Photo by Lars Krabbe/AP Photo)


Pernille Ferdinandsen receives a neck tattoo from Peter Madsen during the third Copenhagen Ink Festival which opened Thursday May 9, 2013 in Copenhagen, Denmark, the biggest tattoo festival in Northern Europe. During the three days, 180 of the world's best and most celebrated national and international tattoo artists show the audience their skills in making art on the body and tattoo's on the audience. (Photo by Lars Krabbe/AP Photo)




Christian Funch writes a text message whilst being tattooed by Mikkel Westrup from Good Times Tattoo, Thursday May 9. 2013 in Copenhagen, Denmark, during the third Copenhagen Ink Festival, the biggest tattoo festival in Northern Europe. During the three days, 180 of the world's best and most celebrated national and international tattoo artists show the audience their skills in making art on the body and tattoo's on the audience. (Photo by Lars Krabbe/AP Photo)


Christian Funch writes a text message whilst being tattooed by Mikkel Westrup from Good Times Tattoo, Thursday May 9. 2013 in Copenhagen, Denmark, during the third Copenhagen Ink Festival, the biggest tattoo festival in Northern Europe. (Photo by Lars Krabbe/AP Photo)




[Black Widow] from Colombia who is a tattoo artist and works in a friend's tattoo shop in Copenhagen, displays her tattoos during the third Copenhagen Ink Festival which opened Thursday May 9, 2013 in Copenhagen, Denmark, the biggest tattoo festival in Northern Europe. During the three days, 180 of the world's best and most celebrated national and international tattoo artists show the audience their skills in making art on the body and tattoo's on the audience. (Photo by Lars Krabbe/AP Photo)


[Black Widow] from Colombia who is a tattoo artist and works in a friend's tattoo shop in Copenhagen, displays her tattoos during the third Copenhagen Ink Festival which opened Thursday May 9, 2013 in Copenhagen, Denmark, the biggest tattoo festival in Northern Europe. (Photo by Lars Krabbe/AP Photo)




Kai Faust, right, not seen, of "The Art of the Body" decorates Par Andersson, of Sweden, using the Japanese Tebori technique, wherein the electrical pin is replaced by a tapered bamboo stick, during the third Copenhagen Ink Festival which opened Thursday May 9, 2013 in Copenhagen, Denmark, the biggest tattoo festival in Northern Europe. During the three days, 180 of the world's best and most celebrated national and international tattoo artists show the audience their skills in making art on the body and tattoo's on the audience. (Photo by Lars Krabbe/AP Photo)


Kai Faust, right, not seen, of "The Art of the Body" decorates Par Andersson, of Sweden, using the Japanese Tebori technique, wherein the electrical pin is replaced by a tapered bamboo stick, during the third Copenhagen Ink Festival which opened Thursday May 9, 2013 in Copenhagen, Denmark, the biggest tattoo festival in Northern Europe. (Photo by Lars Krabbe/AP Photo)




A young man has his chest tattooed during the third Copenhagen Ink Festival which opened Thursday May 9, 2013 in Copenhagen, Denmark, for what is the biggest tattoo festival in Northern Europe. During the three days, 180 of the world's best and most celebrated national and international tattoo artists show the audience their skills in making art on the body and tattoo's on the audience. (Photo by Lars Krabbe/AP Photo)


A young man has his chest tattooed during the third Copenhagen Ink Festival which opened Thursday May 9, 2013 in Copenhagen, Denmark, for what is the biggest tattoo festival in Northern Europe. (Photo by Lars Krabbe/AP Photo)




Twenty one-year-old Nickie Cubbin displays her tattoos during the third Copenhagen Ink Festival which opened Thursday May 9, 2013 in Copenhagen, Denmark, the biggest tattoo festival in Northern Europe. During the three days, 180 of the world's best and most celebrated national and international tattoo artists show the audience their skills in making art on the body and tattoo's on the audience. (Photo by Lars Krabbe/AP Photo)


Twenty one-year-old Nickie Cubbin displays her tattoos during the third Copenhagen Ink Festival which opened Thursday May 9, 2013 in Copenhagen, Denmark, the biggest tattoo festival in Northern Europe. (Photo by Lars Krabbe/AP Photo)


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