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Iceland Andre Ermolaev

Iceland Andre Ermolaev

Upward Bound

Upward Bound

Les monstres d’Utagawa Kuniyoshi, l’un des derniers maîtres de l’estampe (image)

Les monstres d’Utagawa Kuniyoshi, l’un des derniers maîtres de l’estampe (image)

Whether you're into tattoos or not, there is no way you can deny the skillful art and beauty of Japanese tattoos. Continuing since about the 3rd century, tattooing in Japan is a tradition that has been developed over a long period of history. Popular themes include: carps, tigers, mythical animals such as dragons and phoenixes, flowers such as Japanese cherry and chrysanthemum, and the Buddhist motifs like Amitabha Tathagata, bodhisattva and Siddham script (bonji). In Japan, the choice to…

Whether you're into tattoos or not, there is no way you can deny the skillful art and beauty of Japanese tattoos. Continuing since about the 3rd century, tattooing in Japan is a tradition that has been developed over a long period of history. Popular themes include: carps, tigers, mythical animals such as dragons and phoenixes, flowers such as Japanese cherry and chrysanthemum, and the Buddhist motifs like Amitabha Tathagata, bodhisattva and Siddham script (bonji). In Japan, the choice to…

It may not have been their sole purposes for visiting Japan during their respective reigns, but Queen Victoria's grandson George V and the last emperor of

It may not have been their sole purposes for visiting Japan during their respective reigns, but Queen Victoria's grandson George V and the last emperor of

“The Medical Pathology Museum of Tokyo University contains a collection of around 105 preserved human skins tattooed in the traditional Japanese style, including a number of full body suits.”

“The Medical Pathology Museum of Tokyo University contains a collection of around 105 preserved human skins tattooed in the traditional Japanese style, including a number of full body suits.”

Photograph of Dr. Katsunari Fukushi, reproduced from the article “Remains to be Seen”, in Tattoo Time Volume 4: Life & Death Tattoos, by Don Ed Hardy (1987).

Photograph of Dr. Katsunari Fukushi, reproduced from the article “Remains to be Seen”, in Tattoo Time Volume 4: Life & Death Tattoos, by Don Ed Hardy (1987).

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Eerily beautiful

Eerily beautiful