Chicago resident and grandmother Helen Lambin likes it when young people stop her on the street to give her compliments on her tattoos, or when they simply yell out, “Nice ink!”. She enjoys the fact that her tattoos have helped create connections with strangers, of different generations and cultures. As Dawn Turner Trice reported in her column about Lambin, the idea for getting a tattoo came to her three years ago when she was feeling down about growing older. One led to another, and then another.
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June 29, 2012, 12:02pm