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    Artist Gives Sick Children Awesome Tattoos To Make Life In Hospital More Fun

    An artist from New Zealand, named Benjamin Lloyd, has gone above and beyond to help sick children in need. He recently announced that he would give all of the children at Auckland’s Starship Children’s Hospital temporary tattoos if his Facebook paged gained 50 new “likes”. Did he obtain those 50? Yes, and then some! He is now sitting at over 400,000 new “likes” and, as promised, will begin brightening up the lives of children who are living with serious illnesses.

    “Nothing brings me more joy than boosting kids confidence with a custom tattoo,” wrote Lloyd on Facebook. “The only bad thing is that they don’t want to take a shower afterwards.”

    The artist has been airbrushing for 10 years, but has only recently started using paint. See the awesome designs he has already completed on these cool kids.

    Beautiful young girl shows off her new tats

    Beautiful girl

    Just chillin’ at the tattoo parlor 

    Chillin' at the tat parlor

    Oh, hey ladies!

    Hey Ladies

    Artist brings joy to this kid’s life

    Loving his new tat

    Is this the real OG, or what?

    Real OG


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