Scott Campbell, an acclaimed New York tattoo artist who mainly operates out of his Williamsburg, Brooklyn shop Saved Tattoo, has gained international recognition for his most recent project. Why? Because his tattoo subjects get their ink for free. The catch? They aren't allowed to know what they're getting or have any say in the design until it's all done. It's called the "Whole Glory" project because – you guessed it – he has his volunteers stick their arms through a glory hole of sorts to ensure total lack of visibility.