The entire inked project was revealed Friday night at a party of the Lexington Tattoo Project. The Lexingtonian who got the symbol tattooed on his body is Hendrick Floyd, husband of Bianca Spriggs, who wrote the poem that was split up and tattooed on the bodies of 254 project participants.
The entire inked project was revealed Friday night at a party of the Lexington Tattoo Project. The Lexingtonian who got the symbol tattooed on his body is Hendrick Floyd, husband of Bianca Spriggs, who wrote the poem that was split up and tattooed on the bodies of 254 project participants.
The entire inked project was revealed Friday night at a party of the Lexington Tattoo Project. The Lexingtonian who got the symbol tattooed on his body is Hendrick Floyd, husband of Bianca Spriggs, who wrote the poem that was split up and tattooed on the bodies of 254 project participants.

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