About Jing's Tattoo
History of Tattoo
Indelible marking of the skin with graphics — images, text, patterns — has been around since prehistoric times. Human remains with such markings, dating back to the Neolithic era, have been discovered, and the practice goes back millennia among the Ainu of Japan, the Berbers of the Sahara and the Maori of New Zealand. Even the Celts, Picts and Teutons of Northern Europe engaged in it, though the arrival of Christianity largely stamped the habit out.
In the 1700s, when European sailors were discovering the South Pacific, they also re-discovered the ancient practice which we now call “tattoo” — from the Samoan word, “tatau.” Of course, for the longest time after that, it was sailors — as well as soldiers and life-long criminals — who got tattoos. No surprise then that tattoos carried a strong correlation with violent death, and until very recently were all but unacceptable in polite society.
That’s all changed now, of course, in this post-Lollapalooza era. Tattooing and its cousin, body piercing, have become cool, fashionable, and finally perfectly ordinary. Tattoo parlours abound not only in big cities but any small town one might pass through. While most such tattoo studios offer largely the same fare — pre-packaged “flash” images of standards like skulls for the boys, butterflies for girls and fake “tribal” patterns for the foolish — there are enough out there that recognize that the skin of a living human being is just another canvas, the needle just a variation on the paintbrush or pen. It’s these tattoo technicians and their collaborators who bring the craft into the realm of art.
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