Joshua Morrison/News Just after the Dan Emmett Festival in August, a new mural went up on Plum Alley, in the northwest corner of the Public Square. Building owner Allen Wagnor gave permission to Hard Knox Tattoos owner Tony Campise to have a mural on the southside of 33 Public Square. Campise enlisted the help of Columbus artist Dave Tavenal. Tavenal used a low volume spray paint and over the course of two days crated a blue-striped tiger. Hard Knox Tattoos will be celebrating its tenth anniversary in October.

Joshua Morrison/Mount Vernon News

Just after the Dan Emmett Festival in August, a new mural went up on Plum Alley, in the northwest corner of the Public Square. Building owner Allen Wagnor gave permission to Hard Knox Tattoos owner Tony Campise to have a mural on the southside of 33 Public Square. Campise enlisted the help of Columbus artist Dave Tavenal. Tavenal used a low volume spray paint and over the course of two days crated a blue-striped tiger. Hard Knox Tattoos will be celebrating its tenth anniversary in October. Request this photo

 

 

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