ANDRU CLAYTON: Family inspires tattoos

It was less then two years ago when junior Andru Clayton received a tattoo gun for his birthday. Since then, he was honed his abilities and created some designs on himself. These aren’t just cool designs you can find in a binder at the tattoo parlor, though. They mean a lot more to him. The lifeline tattoo on his arm was done in memory of lost loved one, with the lifeline being the last thing he saw before they passed. A skull tattoo on the inside of his leg was done in memory of is father, a design that matches one that his father has, as well. Memories stick but ink is a little more permanent. Clayton says he “looks at them everyday and it brings back good and bad memories.”