Successfully reported this slideshow.
We use your LinkedIn profile and activity data to personalize ads and to show you more relevant ads. You can change your ad preferences anytime.

Tattoopresenation290

815 views

Published on

a simple slideshow about tattoos where they cam from and where they're going

Published in: Education
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

Tattoopresenation290

  1. 1. Tattoos<br />A world of Culture, A culture of the world.<br />
  2. 2. What is a Tattoo<br />A permanent mark on the skin<br />Tattooing is over 1,000 years old<br />Different styles and techniques<br />The pug father, “back tattoo” 9/17/09 creative commons attribution <br />
  3. 3. Who Started Tattoos<br />Maoris and other pacific island peoples<br />Ancient European peoples<br />Japanese samurai and Yakuza <br />Binder. Donedat “Tattoo Arts Festival in Pattaya, Thailand” 05/18/08 creative commons attribution, no deriviatives<br />
  4. 4. Maori People and Their Tattoos<br />Maori tattoos are famous “Tribal”<br />Intricate designs<br />Famous for placement<br />Especially The Face!<br />www.tattoos.nu “tribal on chest” February, 2011 Creative Commons Attribution<br />
  5. 5. Early European Tattoos<br />Vikings Tattooed Berserkers<br />Celts used “knots” for marriage ceremony<br />Roman Legionnaires bore SPQR for service <br />Tobyotter “Tim’s Tattoo” 8/29/2009 Creative Commons Attribution <br />
  6. 6. Japanese and Tattoos<br />In Japan Tattoo is sign of “Yakuza”<br />“Yakuza” is Japanese Mob<br />Many denied service for being tattooed <br />Howie Le “A Different kind of Suit” 10/2/2008 Creative Commons Attribution <br />
  7. 7. Why Get Tattooed?<br />Different cultures had different uses<br />Some Tattoos are earned <br />Others marked social status<br />Rags Rejected “Sailor Jerry Tattoo VWC” 11/21/08 Creative Commons Attribution Non Commercial<br />
  8. 8. Spread of Tattoos<br />Tattoos “dead art” in Europe<br />Sailors and Merchants return home tattooed <br />Capt.Cook brought tatted people home<br />Wonderlane “Cook Charts the Pacific” 12/26/2008 Creative Commons Attribution<br />
  9. 9. Tattoos in America<br />Tattoos were taboo in America<br />Criminals, Sailors, Circus Freaks.<br />Not the Average American <br />Shrie L. Spangler “tattoo” 7/26/10 Creative Commons Attribution<br />
  10. 10. Tattoo Methods <br />Method varies by culture and style<br />Ancient Nords Sewed tattoos into skin<br />Japanese use “fork” Stab repeatedly<br />Arup Kamel “4:55 @ Borneo Ink” 6/15/2009 Creative Commons Attribution <br />
  11. 11. Cultural Shifts in USA<br />American Counter Culture tattooed <br />Music new medium for ink<br />Statement of independence<br />Amityaffliction “Ahren” 6/5/2010 Creative Commons Non Commercial No derivatives Attribution<br />
  12. 12. Modern Tattoo Attitude <br />Many Americans Accept Tattoos<br />Tattoos are very common now<br />Some areas still taboo<br />Francis Biji “Full Shop @ Reno’s Tattoo shop” 3/15/08 Creative Commons Attribution<br />
  13. 13. Why The Shift?<br />What Factors Caused Attitude Change?<br />Who doesn’t accept tattoos?<br />Do you know someone with ink?<br />Tribalicous “Ed & Mimo” 5/31/2009 Creative Commons Attribution <br />
  14. 14. Other Tattoo Uses<br />Tattoos used to identify jews in Nazi Germany<br />Gangs award certain tattoos for crimes committed <br />Chris Willis “Body Art Expo: Tattoo Groupies” 1/18/2010 Creative Commons Attribution<br />
  15. 15. Tattoos In Pop Culture<br />Television Shows Glorify Tattoos<br />Many Celebs are getting ink<br />Athletes are also covered in tattoos<br />Monica D. “Kat Von Danna!” 10/30/2010 Creative Commons Attribution No derivatives Non Commercial<br />
  16. 16. Warning about Tattoos<br />Tattoos are permanent!<br />Some Jobs won’t hire because of tattoos<br />Tattoos carry risk of blood infection<br />Binder. Donedat “Bangkok Tattoo festival” 1/15/2010 Creative Commons Non-commercial Attribution<br />

×