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First Person: Inked in Carolina


Chris Moore's tattoo sleeve took eight sessions to complete. It started out with just a Tar Heel foot about two years ago. Moore and his brother sat down back in June to start gathering pictures and coming up with ideas of what he should include in a sleeve. Some he mentioned include Jordan's “shot,” Dean Smith's portrait, and Bynum Gymnasium (now Bynum Hall), the first building the basketball team played in. (Tar Heel Monthly)

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