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"One out of every ten persons in the United States is, or has been, tattooed. The figures break down into one out of every five men and one out of every fifteen women.”

~ Needlework: Tattoo Art Traced from Egyptian Tombs to American Social Security, The Literary Digest, 1937

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~ Holley

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"Pluck a single thread from a fabric, and the foreigner is even less likely to comprehend its significance. The foreigners trying to interpret their meaning. Perhaps more than anything else, art can be fully understood only in the context of the culture that produced it.”
~ Unknown
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"Pluck a single thread from a fabric, and the foreigner is even less likely to comprehend its significance. The foreigners trying to interpret their meaning. Perhaps more than anything else, art can be fully understood only in the context of the culture that produced it.”

~ Unknown

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~ Holley Jacobs

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"Getting a tattoo should hurt. It’s a rite of passage.”
~ Jenna Jameson
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"Getting a tattoo should hurt. It’s a rite of passage.”

~ Jenna Jameson

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~ Holley

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“A tattoo is an affirmation: that this body is yours to have and to enjoy while you’re here. Nobody else can control what you with it.”
~ Don Ed Hardy
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~ Holley
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i-like-tattoos-too:

A tattoo is an affirmation: that this body is yours to have and to enjoy while you’re here. Nobody else can control what you with it.”

~ Don Ed Hardy

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~ Holley

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"Tattoos have a power and magic all their own. They decorate the body but they also enhance the soul."
~ Michelle Delio, Tattoo: The Exotic Art of Skin Decoration
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~ Holley Jacobs
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i-like-tattoos-too:

"Tattoos have a power and magic all their own. They decorate the body but they also enhance the soul."

~ Michelle Delio, Tattoo: The Exotic Art of Skin Decoration


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~ Holley Jacobs

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"Beauty is skin deep. A tattoo goes all the way to the bone."

~ Vince Hemingson

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~ Holley

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"Your necklace may break, the fau tree may burst, but my tattooing is indestructible. It is an everlasting gem that you will take into your grave. 

~ Verse from a traditional tattoo artist’s song, as quoted on pbs.org, “Skin Stories: The Art and Culture of Polynesian Tattoo” ~ 2003

~ Holley

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"I’ll tell you this, lad: A tattoo says more of a fellow looking at it can do of the man who’s got it on his back." 

~ Sarah Hall - The Electric Michelangelo

Holley

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"Ink to paper is thoughtful. Ink to flesh, hard-core. If Shakespeare were a tattooist, we’d appreciate body art more." ~ Terri Guillemets

~ Holley 

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"Every time I get a tattoo, it’s a little fuck-you to anyone who tells me not to. It’s weird to be part of Hollywood, which tries to control every aspect of people, from what they say to to the color of their hair. And I like the way getting a tattoo feels. If I’m depressed, it’s nice to get one and deal with the pain. I have only all the down to my ribs. It hurt, but it felt good-like twisting a loose tooth. I’m not kidding when I say that if I ever lose a role because of my tattoos, I’ll quit Hollywood and go to work at Costco.”

~ Megan Fox

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~ Holley Jacobs

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"Show me a man with a tattoo and I’ll show you a man with an interesting past.”
~ Jack London, 1883
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i-like-tattoos-too:

"Show me a man with a tattoo and I’ll show you a man with an interesting past.”

~ Jack London, 1883

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~ Holley Jacobs

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"Just because someone has piercings or tattoos, doesn’t mean that he/she is a bad person. Stop judging so much on appearance and start getting to know people."
~ Unkknown
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i-like-tattoos-too:

"Just because someone has piercings or tattoos, doesn’t mean that he/she is a bad person. Stop judging so much on appearance and start getting to know people."

~ Unkknown

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~ Holley Jacobs

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"I think it is so narrow minded to say tattoos are trashy.”
~ Unknown
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i-like-tattoos-too:

"I think it is so narrow minded to say tattoos are trashy.”

~ Unknown

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~ Holley Jacobs

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"Each society weaves its own culture, a complex fabric of many elements, each element giving special meaning to the others. It is often difficult for someone from outside a particular culture to understand the fabric as an entity. Differences in language, in values, and in mythology create barriers to understanding.”

~ Richard Leakey - Origins Reconsidered - In Search of What Makes Us Human

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~ Holley Jacobs

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According to Russell Reugh, tattoos words have gained popularity  and can be broken down into 3 different forms of language expression. His article “Written Tattoos - Visual Self-Expression written on May 20, 2010 discusses these 3 word types.
The first one was made famous by none other than the above Angelina Jolie. It is the foreign language trends that date back to when Japanese and Chinese characters were popular. Then people started switching to Arabic languages like Sanskrit which you can see in Angelina Jolie’s tattoo here.
All of the languages have been permanently tattooed to a person’s body somewhere. According to Reugh, it seems people are drawn to this do to the mystery and to lure people into the beautiful designs of the languages.
~ To Be Continued…..
~ Holley
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Angelina Jolie at the New York “A Mighty Heart” Premiere, June 12, 2007 Cropped from Image:JolieTattoo.jpg (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

i-like-tattoos-too:

According to Russell Reugh, tattoos words have gained popularity  and can be broken down into 3 different forms of language expression. His article “Written Tattoos - Visual Self-Expression written on May 20, 2010 discusses these 3 word types.

The first one was made famous by none other than the above Angelina Jolie. It is the foreign language trends that date back to when Japanese and Chinese characters were popular. Then people started switching to Arabic languages like Sanskrit which you can see in Angelina Jolie’s tattoo here.

All of the languages have been permanently tattooed to a person’s body somewhere. According to Reugh, it seems people are drawn to this do to the mystery and to lure people into the beautiful designs of the languages.

~ To Be Continued…..

~ Holley

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Angelina Jolie at the New York “A Mighty Heart” Premiere, June 12, 2007 Cropped from Image:JolieTattoo.jpg (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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