Tattoos are a passion but they cause cancer

The professor of chemistry from the university in Regensburg, Wolfgang Boimler, claims that tattooing causes cancer....
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Tattoos and culture – Famous tattoo artists

In the end of XIX century, the passion of tattooing overtook England and the English speaking countries. Until...
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Tattooing styles

Tattooing style – Grey and Black, biomechanics, fantasy! The style of the black and grey tattoo could be easily...
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Tattooing in the Middle Ages – Europe

After a long time of exile, the tattoo showed itself. For the first time in 1691, William Damper, a sailor who...
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Tattooing in the African’s and Pacific’s tribes

  The tattoo in its primitive form was very rough. But later, it became one of the most complicated arts....
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Tattooing in Asia

The Arab historians and ethnographers reckon that the mother country of tattooing is Mesopotamia. The excavations...
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Tattooing during the Antiquity

The Slavs used special stamps made of clay in order to carry in the drawings on the body. The image was drawn...
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Tattooing styles

Tattoos in a traditional style – with no colors and shades Traditional style For the first time, tattooing...
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