Even though Australian Mrs. Eaves’s self-inscribing performance is not about tattoos per se, it’s interesting enough to post it – the article is in German with a video attached.
Another one discussing the Jews and tattoos and yet another one broaching the question of tattooing as a form of art (seeing as even Paul Booth and Steve Haworth insist on perceiving them as artists, the question is important to many tattoo ‘artists’ and body modifiers in general).
Since this blog is about reading, the upcoming Tattoo Sourcebook should be mentioned on here.
Truthful tattoos? approaches the question in too simplified a way but certainly gives some food for thoughts.
‘Gems’ are published often these days: tattoos: the need to stand out (what a profound reflection!) and the world seems to be all inked up (a few remarks here are actually worth some thinking over).
With the Olympic Games fast approaching, here we have yet another athlete with a number of tattoos making the news. The female athlete in question hopes for another one soon, this time with the Olympic rings.
It’s certainly unusual and not only because it’s the news from Sweden: scissors used to remove man’s tattoos.
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