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GQ

How Two Artists Found Inspiration In Their First Ever Collaboration
Brought together by Vuse, chainstitcher Taylor Rice and tattoo artist Zulu broke through the isolation of quarantine to find a whole new way of working.
BY THE EDITORS OF GQ

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American Craft

To Roni Zulu – who is better known simply as Zulu of Los Angeles’ famed Zulu Tattoo – there’s no difference between tattooing and any other skill-driven art: “Each process demands discipline and dedication to excellence by the crafter,” he observes. The Craft and Folk Art Museum evidently agrees.

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Roni Zulu is a Los Angeles-based tattoo artist who's done work for stars including Janet Jackson, Queen Latifah and Debra Wilson. But he's not your typical tattoo artist. He sees all his art -- including the celebrity tattoos -- as sacred work.

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