Gerry Carnelly has built up a reputation as one of Britain’s most hardworking tattoo artists. His shop is Octopus Tattoo in Derby in The Midlands. He is not only a top Tattooist but a damn fine visual artist to boot with a complete dedication to his work. I had a wee chat with him.
Q1: Hey Gerry!
Tell these ignorant curs something about Gerry Carnelly.
When did you realise that you wanted to happily inflict pain onto a paying public & become a tattooist?
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