A tattoo artist in New York is using a special tattoo technique to turn the ink on a person’s body into a painting.
The artist, who declined to be identified, said he has been trying to get Trump’s signature on a tattoo since 2014, when he was still in the Oval Office.
But for years he’d heard little about tattooing.
Then last month, the Trump administration asked him to create a custom tattoo on his arm for the first time.
“I didn’t know if I’d ever get to have it,” said the tattoo artist, whose name is Alex.
He has been working with a tattoo artist for years, and it took him nearly two years to finally complete the tattoo.
Alex said he was inspired to try tattooing Trump after a friend asked him what tattoo would look like on his leg.
“He asked me, ‘What if you got it done on the back of your neck?’ and I thought, that’s cool,” Alex said.
The tattoo was designed to look like a Trump “Make America Great Again” cap.
“And I started to think about that,” he said.
“I saw a tattoo on the neck of the president, I said, ‘Yeah, that looks good.
I’d like to have that on my neck,'” Alex said, adding that he started thinking about what his tattoo would be.
He added: “It’s not just a slogan.
It’s a symbol of my identity.”
Alex said it took more than two years for the tattoo to get as close as it did.
It took him four months to complete the design, and the artist said it was a tough task.
He said he used a paint and a special tool to complete his tattoo, which is about 18 inches by 14 inches.
“The process takes a long time, and I have to work hard and have to keep on doing it,” Alex explained.
Alex also said he had to find a local tattoo artist who could handle his size.
He was able to find the tattoo shop that was closest to his tattoo.
The shop has since been shuttered.
The tattoo artist said he is still in touch with Trump, who has yet to respond to Alex’s request.