In ancient Greece and Rome, there were many ritual tattoos, there was also the first tattoo was used as a punishment of offenders.
important date in the history of tattoo is in 1891, when the electric typewriter was invented for tattoos American O’Reilly. However, during the first half of the twentieth century, the art of tattoo hardly developed. Stylistic diversity left much to be desired, subjects were poor and primitive. The turning point came in the 60s with the development of countercultural youth movements, who returned her tattoo deserved position as one of the forms of art.
Man of the Maori tribe. New Zealand, 1900
1.Job Dave luma. Oregon, United States
2. Japanese tattoo. Tokyo
3. Moorea, Tahiti, 1995
4. Wizard Roala Nui. Moorea, Tahiti, 1995
5. Unknown artist in 1970
6. Forest Skus in his workshop. Bristol, United Kingdom, 1960
7. Cindy Ray. Ivanhoe, Australia, 1960
8. Cindy Ray in his studio. Ivanhoe, Australia, 1960
9. Pamela Nash. Bristol, United Kingdom, 1950
10. Ron Ackers at work. Bristol, United Kingdom, 1950
11. Edith Berchett. London, UK, 1920
12. Man of the Maori tribe. New Zealand, 1900