Despite permanent closings of countless tattoo shops earlier in the pandemic, many that survived report increased interest over the past few months. “Increased demand may not be related to the
vaccine,” they told USA Today
. “Instead, they pointed to multiple factors including stimulus checks, warmer weather and pandemic boredom. 'With no one going to restaurants, bars,
sporting events, or music venues, I believe that tattoos have become the new ‘feel good food,'" says Duffy Foster, owner of Spokane, Washington’s Tiger Tattoo.
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