Tattoo research paper

The first documented professional tattooist in Britain was established in the port of Liverpool in the 1870s. In Britain tattooing was still largely associated with sailors [31] and the lower or even criminal class, [32] but by the 1870s had become fashionable among some members of the upper classes, including royalty, [2] [33] and in its upmarket form it could be an expensive [34] and sometimes painful [35] process. A marked class division on the acceptability of the practice continued for some time in Britain. [36] Recently a trend has arisen marketed as 'Stick and Poke' tattooing; primitive figures are permanently inscribed by the user himself after he obtains a 'DIY' kit containing needles, ink and a collection of suggestions. [37]

Tattoo research paper

tattoo research paper

Media:

tattoo research papertattoo research papertattoo research papertattoo research paper