Photo: Hello Kitty Tattoo From Last Night's Small Art Miami

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In the words of Sailor Jerry, cheap work ain't good and good work ain't cheap. So you could be excused for feeling sheepish about the caliber of work coming out of the free Sanrio tattoo parlor, which opened at Small Art Miami yesterday. But one of our writers sent in a photo of the tattoo he got on his leg last night, and it's pretty cute. He says he thinks it's Lanrey the raccoon. Anyone else get inked with a Hello Kitty character? Send photos to cultist@miaminewtimes.com, and we'll feature the best. Get your own free Sanrio tattoos through Sunday.

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