tattooing

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History

 

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Mary H

 

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January 22, 2014

 

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University

 

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A

 

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Many would-be circus people saw extensive tattooing as a means to permanent employment in show business, the most prominent being the Great Omi, an international star from the 1930s and 40s. Sitting for more than 150 uncomfortable hours of needling by England's greatest tattoo artist, George Burchett, the "zebra man" emerged with his entire head and body covered with wide black stripes...
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Even today when body modification has become more and more extreme, the Great Omi would command respect at any tattoo convention. Beginning in the late 1960s, several trends radically changed the international tattoo world. Tattoo artists with a background in fine arts began emerging, and people began to see tattoo as a legitimate art form, shown in galleries and respected as a unique collaboration between the tattoo artist and the tattooed...
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