Japanese people about tattoos
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by TattooCulture
11M ago
Tattoos have long been frowned upon or even banned in Japan. This video explores what the Japanese think about tattooing today.   ..read more
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A long documentary on tattoo culture
TattooCulture
by TattooCulture
11M ago
Best Documentary about this movie: “Tattoo culture has undergone a remarkable transformation in recent years, captivating people all around the globe. The industry has flourished, attracting a passionate community of both tattoo enthusiasts and skilled artists. From bustling cities like Tokyo and L.A. to the fashion capital of Paris, tattoos have become a widespread social phenomenon, appealing to everyone from gangsters to incarcerated individuals.”   ..read more
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Dave Bautista explaining his tattoos
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by TattooCulture
1y ago
This is a fascinating story of Bautista´s tattoos. All his body is covered with tattoos in every kind of style. He himself says that each tattoo speaks of his past and life.   ..read more
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Video overview: The Ultimate Guide to Tattoo Culture
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by TattooCulture
1y ago
This is one of the most versatile and comprehensive books on tattoo culture. Here you can see what kind of book it is. Find it on Amazon.   ..read more
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Tattoos in the ancient world
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by TattooCulture
1y ago
Toldinstone: “In the classical world, tattoos could be marks of ethnicity, brands of servitude, or emblems of devotion. This video explores the evidence.”   ..read more
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Strange NBA tattoos
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by TattooCulture
1y ago
Jumpshot: “Tattoos are a staple for players in the NBA, but some of them are a little weird…”Great overview with 10.46 minutes ..read more
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What did I see at a tattoo convention?
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by TattooCulture
1y ago
It’s early Saturday morning. The first warm and pleasant day after the unexpected coolness at the end of summer. I won’t be able to take part in this beauty of nature, because I’ll be at the tattoo and lifestyle event Street Mirror Expo (SMP) in Tallinn, Estonia until late at night. I’ve been going to a convention long time, but for the first time I’m not a regular visitor. The main organizer Eero Soomere, who is probably better known as the soul of the metal band Goresoerd, asks if I would like to sell the book “A Small Guide to Tattoo Culture” at the fair. I don’t want that, but after some p ..read more
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New book: 2. Lexicon of Tribal Tattoos
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by TattooCulture
1y ago
The second part of book on history and meanings of tattoo motifs is available now. “Each group, clan, or community that practiced tattooing had its own places where people prepared for tattooing or where tattooing was performed. Tattoo sessions were accompanied by music, songs, or other rituals. They had tattoo artists and their assistants. Of course, they used various tattoo tools to carry and apply the designs. Last but not least, they also used different ingredients to obtain the inks for the tattoos. For all this, the different communities had their own names and terms, in their own langua ..read more
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Tattoo memes
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by TattooCulture
1y ago
Tattoo culture also includes tattoo-themed memes. Here you can get acquainted with our favorites. My body is a templeSorry. They are permanentThis is both the best and worst tattoo I have ever seen Wanna mandala tattoo on my finger ..read more
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Japanese style tattoos
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by TattooCulture
1y ago
Classical Japanese tattoo art, also known as irezumi, has greatly influenced tattooing in the West. Until the first half of the 20th century, European and American tattooists had pretty much nothing on the Japanese. Japanese masters did artistically high-quality work, which was also rich in narrativity and meaning. It is no surprise that Western crown jewels—Sailor Jerry, Don Ed Hardy and others—were deeply inspired by Japanese tattoo art, and began to import it to the West. At the same time, Western-style tattooing also spread in Japan. This is why there also exists a more modern, ‘westernise ..read more
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