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Between 1948 and 1986, during his career as a prison guard, Danzig Baldaev made over 3,000 drawings of tattoos. They were his gateway into a secret world in which he acted as ethnographer, recording the rituals of a closed society. The icons and tribal languages he documented are artful, distasteful,

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BizarreTattoo

It’s been said that you should not get band tattoos…Well, check all of these humans who have shown their commitment to their favorite band JOY DIVISION. Ian might have died, but the legacy of the band he fronted will live forever, that’s for sure! In many people’s lives, JOY DIVISION

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DocumentariesTattoo

When filmmaker Claudio Marino asked us to sponsor his beautiful documentary about legendary tattoo artist Little Swastika, Ink, Blood and Spirit, we were honored. Little Swastika may be a controversial subject because of his reappropriation of the swastika as a symbol of peace, luck and harmony and not as representative

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Some “fandoms” seem a little strange to me – like Supernatural or Sherlock – whereas others seem totally natural in their obsession, like Star Wars. These seminal space flicks have had a huge impact on the generations to follow, and I completely understand why – because they are fucking rad

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ArtTattoo

Presenting an alternative view on social issues such as exclusion, crime and punishment, Polish artist Katarzyna Mirczak has photographed tattoo-covered skin specimens sourced from deceased prisoners in Poland. Cataloged from the body art archive at the department of forensic medicine at Jagiellonian University in Krakow, Poland, the 60 extractions are

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I grew up around the gangs of Los Angeles, and I have seen them change over time into something way more scary than what I remember. Two gangs from from Southern California that have been on some next level madness are MS-13 and 18th St – both of these gangs

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