The first time I went to Stockholm to get my new tattoo, I was told that there was only one place for it.
“You must have a tattoo here in Stockholm,” said the artist.
“There’s only one tattoo in Stockholm.
The only tattoo in Sweden.”
The tattoo artist was referring to the statue of the notorious abolitionist, who was murdered in Chicago on July 7, 1877.
I had no idea where I would get my tattoo.
In the years since, the Swedish capital has seen a resurgence in tattooing and is known for its large number of tattoo artists.
In fact, in 2015, Stockholm became the world’s most tattooed city with 2.6 million tattooed people.
The city has more than 6 million tattoo artists, and the number of tattoos in the city has risen by 40 percent over the past decade.
The city’s popularity has led to a rise in the number and popularity of tattoo parlours, and in the process, a number of artists have been killed.
The following is a list of Stockholm’s famous tattoo parlor owners, as well as their most famous and infamous tattoos:Hans Karlsson, a tattoo artist known as “Hans Kung” since the 1950s, has been stabbed to death in Sweden.
He was found dead in his home on February 25, 2017.
His sister told Swedish newspaper Aftonbladet that the murder was an accident.
According to the newspaper, Hans Kung was stabbed with a sharp instrument, and he died of his injuries.
Hints were left on the body, and it was discovered a few days later that the knife had been cut.
The Swedish authorities are investigating the murder as a murder-suicide, and Härvägen, the Stockholm police chief, has said that the killer is a man who has had “a long history of mental disorders”.
Karlsson’s body was found in his apartment on February 26.
Police believe the murder may have been an accident, but they are still not clear about the motive.
Hans-Joachim Karlsson was born in the northern city of Malmö in 1913, the son of an architect.
After graduating from the Royal College of Art in 1968, he went on to study at the prestigious Technische Universität in Munich, where he worked on a variety of art installations and was known as one of the best students in the university.
In the 1970s, Karlsson joined the Swedish National Tattoo Association and was given the title of the president of the group.
He later changed his name to Karlsson.
In 1997, he started a tattoo shop in the town of Uppsala.
According of his son’s biography, Hans-Jochim Karlson began his career in the fashion industry in 1980, when he was a young designer.
He also made his mark in the world of fashion by designing the famous “V” of the logo of the French fashion brand, Gucci.
In 1999, Karlson moved to Stockholm and opened a tattoo parliery in the suburb of Västmanland.
In 2005, he changed his surname to Karlson, and began selling his designs on his own website, TattooStockholm.
The next year, he decided to open his own shop in Uppsalla, a small city in northern Sweden.
The business is now located in the former industrial area of Uppal, which is a small town with a population of around 7,000.
The shop has been described as “Swedish and Swedish-inspired”, with a large sign outside advertising a range of tattooing services, including a range for tattoos that are “more artistic, more naturalistic, more realistic, and more realistic than conventional methods”.
The shop was founded in 2004 and has since become one of Sweden’s most successful and popular tattoo parliaments, with more than 2,000 tattooed artists from around the world.
Hansson has been the most famous tattoo artist in Sweden, with his iconic logo having become synonymous with the country’s booming tattoo industry.
In 2013, he became the first Swedish artist to be awarded the Guinness World Record for the largest tattoo.
Härven Karlsson has been a member of the Stockholm Police Department for nearly 40 years, and was responsible for many investigations in the years following the shooting.
He has also had a number a police officers killed while on duty.
In 2013, Karlssons daughter told Aftons daily newspaper that he had suffered from depression and was in a “death spiral” before he was murdered.
In an interview with Aftonerama, she said that he was also struggling with depression and anxiety.
In February 2018, he was found hanging from a tree in the area where he was killed.
Hölle Karlsson is a tattooist who was the owner of Härsälkatu, a local tattoo parlio that was the scene of a murder earlier this year. The two