Helen Lambin defies stereotypes. She was 75 years old when she got her first tattoo, a tribute to her late husband. One tattoo led to others and she is now a living canvas of body art, displaying symbols and pictures that all have special meaning to her. She’ll be walking down the street and get thumbs up from young people who never would have noticed her before. Conversations start and Helen and her new friends find a connection they would not have made if she didn't have tatoos.
READ a full feature article by Dawn Turner Trice of the Chicago Tribune: Tatoos Make Grandmother's Body a Conversation Piece