In Maryland, a tattoo artist used his skills to help the local fire department.
Taylor O’Cuinn spent a day painting a freehand mural on the exterior wall of the Glen Burnie Volunteer Fire Company Lodge.
Before Taylor worked his magic, the lodge had an LED sign that couldn’t be turned off. The neighbors didn’t like this so much, so the manager of the lodge brought Taylor in to fix the problem.
He battled bugs and the blazing sun to get the work in one day, entirely freehand and free-of-charge.
Taylor enjoyed being able to do something for the community while using his talents and doing something he loves. (Capital Gazette)