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Daniel Palmer haired his first tattoo in 2008 when he was just 19.
He says that he loves the color purple, and the tattoo design is based on his mother’s favorite color purple.
He started out with a black band, then a light purple and a bright pink.
“The purple is the color of the moon,” he says.
“I don’t want to go crazy and start going crazy with it.
I’m not going to do that.”
Palmer says he’s had the purple on all his body.
He has tattoos on both arms, legs and torso, and is now wearing a purple shirt with purple shorts and a purple-and-white pantsuit.
He’s also got a purple belt with purple suspenders.
He also has a pair of gold stud earrings.
“It’s all part of my style,” Palmer explains.
“Purple is my mom’s favorite.”
But when asked if it was difficult for him to get started with his own style, Palmer is quick to respond, “It is.”
Palmier, who says that the tattooed look is one of the few ways that he’s seen him get accepted by the wider community, says that his tattoo style is a way of showing that he is himself.
“When I started out, I had a big ego,” he explains.
The tattoo artist has tattoos all over his body, and says that it’s a way to show that he can be himself.
He describes himself as a “normal person,” who is not religious or religious-oriented.
He adds that he likes wearing suits.
“My style is just normal,” he tells The Daily Beast.
Palmer’s tattoos all look similar.
He got a gold and a light blue on the right hand and a gold-and–red on the left hand.
Palmiers hair is also different from most other tattooed men’s hairdos.
He does not use a color like many other tattoo artists, instead opting for purple.
“If I had my hair straightened I’d be purple, but I don’t,” he adds.
“Most of my hair is purple.”
Palmers hair color is very dark purple.
Palmers mother says that Palmer has a very unique style.
“He’s a very good artist, but he’s not a really good artist.
He just goes for the color that fits his personality,” her mother says.
When asked if he was surprised to find himself in the public eye, Palmers response is very clear.
“Well, yeah, I am, because I’ve always been known as a normal person,” he replies.
“And I don, I have no problem saying that.
That’s why I want to say, I don ‘t think people know me, but, yeah.”