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Cally-Jo Pothecary (born 20 April 1989, Southampton, United Kingdom) is a British fine artist and tattoo artist. Her tattoo projects have been featured in magazines and advertising campaigns, and she has created tattoos for multiple celebrities, including singer Rihanna and actress Sienna Miller.
20 April 1989
|Occupation||Tattoo artist, fine artist, television personality|
Cally-Jo was a participant in the gallery The 100 Hands Project, an exhibition presented at the National Maritime Museum in Cornwall, UK. The exhibition shows about 100 silicone hands tattooed by 100 tattoo artists who work in England.
In 2016 Cally-Jo collaborated with the Coffee vs. Gangs campaign, which was founded by the coffee company Kenco. Gang tattoos are symbolic of a life of crime in Honduras, with gang members using special tattoo symbols to identify their allegiance to certain gangs. «Kenco» Ireland commissioned Cally-Jo to create an original artwork that captures the rich symbolism of tattoos, but also touches on the hopeful potential of coffee farming as an alternative to gang life. This project attracted the attention of the press, as well as the visit of the Ambassador of Honduras.
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