Las Vegas Sun - Photograph : New Year's Eve at the Palms

November 20, 2017

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<p>11:40 p.m.: Hart and Huntington tattoo artist Josh Sutcliffe has a coworker add some color to his knee cap on New Year's Eve.</p>

<p>The 24-year-old already had 17 tattoos but he figured one more wouldn't hurt. He chose the logo of his favorite rock band, the Red Hot Chili Peppers, as the design.</p>

<p>While the motif was a contrast from the mostly Asian-inspired ink Sutcliffe already had (he has a thing for koi fish, apparently) he thought the design was appropriate.</p>

<p>"That's my favorite band," he said. "I'm super influenced by them."</p>

Melissa Arseniuk

11:40 p.m.: Hart and Huntington tattoo artist Josh Sutcliffe has a coworker add some color to his knee cap on New Year's Eve.

The 24-year-old already had 17 tattoos but he figured one more wouldn't hurt. He chose the logo of his favorite rock band, the Red Hot Chili Peppers, as the design.

While the motif was a contrast from the mostly Asian-inspired ink Sutcliffe already had (he has a thing for koi fish, apparently) he thought the design was appropriate.

"That's my favorite band," he said. "I'm super influenced by them."