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Inside Vancouver's Darkday Tattoo Studios

Tattoo artist Bryan Glatiotis and his handiwork

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Tom Hardy gets prepped for a new Union Jack tattoo at Dark Day Studios in Vancouver.

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Getting his new tattoo: Hardy sought out tattoo artist Bryan Glatiotis after seeing his work on the arm of a woman on the set of "This Means War," currently being shot in Vancouver.

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Vancouver artist Bryan Glatiotis works on P-NuT, friend and assistant of British actor Tom Hardy.

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Sonia Zimmerman shows off her tattoos. Hardy sought out Bryan Glatiotis after seeing his work on her arm.

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Hardy with his new Union Jack tattoo.

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