Newspaper article The Canadian Press

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Newspaper article The Canadian Press

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PR10 - (Tattooed-Skin-Preserved)

SASKATOON. x-09s. The wife of a well-known Saskatoon tattoo artist is honouring her late husband's wishes by having some of his ink-adorned skin removed and preserved. Chris Wenzel, the 41-year-old owner of Electric Underground Tattoos, died after an illness on Oct. 28. His wife, Cheryl Wenzel says preserving her husband's artwork is a fitting tribute to a father of two with a "great spirit."

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TAG: A U-S-based company called Save My Ink Forever has surgically excised the artist's skin from 70 per cent of his body and preserved it with a special formula in a frame. The entire job is expected to take about three months. …

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