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There’s the intersection of trademarks and logos, copyright and tattooing. It’s like the way some people pursue plastic surgery.

A Conversation with Marisa Kakoulas, author of “Black Tattoo Art, Vol. 2”, November 21, 2013

It could be even a common theme. That’s why so many celebrities have such crappy tattoos, because they want it when they want it and will take whoever is available at that time, even if it’s not the best tattooer to do the work. How is it to be a heavily tattooed woman nowadays? I didn’t run around a lot. How come then we still see so many crappy tattoos around? We were married and we are still very good friends.

There are no discussion topics on this book yet. So I attributed to it this great meaning of culture and values that this symbol represented to me. Lists with This Book. So I am not getting a boob job, but I am getting tattooed. When did you get your first book published?

And the creative scope is just unlimited: That they can go to an artist who can actually visualize their ideas, their dreams and their thoughts. Some people think that tattoo is a tactile art and that it is ok to come and touch your tattoos.


He nearly had a heart-attack. There is either a hyper-sexualisation of tattooed women, where tattoos are very fetishized, or there’s the reaction like, “that’s disgusting”. I think that the good part of these reality shows is that people are seeing the possibilities of what they can put on their bodies. I’m like a thirteen-year-old boy laughs. Open Preview See a Problem? We never did the film so the idea morphed into a book.

Besides Black Tattoo Art, Mwrisa. I love the avant-garde work that is coming out of the country. You are commenting using your Twitter account. In our era with tattoos being more out in the open, how do you see the American tattoo scene, especially with all those reality tattoo shows? What kind of work is copyrightable? This shop does NOT use cookies. There are all these tattoo law issues to explore. In that regard, now we follow the general norms of mainstream media.

Over 40 years later I finally did my Tattoo Video. To ask other readers questions about Black Tattoo Art 2please sign up. I think that some of the best new artists are coming from Greece. So, I didn’t get tattooed until I was in my early twenties. There is also less of tattio stigma. Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: If I would be honest with myself, it is because I liked tattooed boys when I was teenager laughs. Altogether, these tattooed works convey the kakolas possibilities of tattoo that can be created with needles and black ink only.

The village is called Matisa, where the houses are literally tattooed; they’re qrt and they have special kakoullas — patterns. For example, I love what Hellenic Stixis is doing by taking very ancient motifs and bringing new life to them. There’s a really interesting kind of power and energy to it, kakoulsa taking portraiture and mixing it with a graffiti style, a modernist approach, and then of course you have the sacred geometry and the mandalas.


The book comprises five tantalizing chapters, preceded by short introductions: Thanks for telling us about the problem. You rarely used to see a bodysuit and now you come across bodysuits all the time. It’s almost hypocritical in a way to shun it.

The book comprises five tantalizing chapters, qrt by short introductions: When it came to tattooed women, they were most likely prostitutes.

Now they’re very popular at my book parties.

Black Tattoo Art 2: Modern Expressions of the Tribal by Marisa Kakoulas

Another sad thing is that I am seeing a lot of young women who are letting their boyfriends, who are wanna-be tattooers, using their bodies as scratchpads.

I think it’s funny how a lot of people from the tattoo community are very much against it, which I understand because it seems like conforming to an unnatural societal dictate of beauty. That it doesn’t have to be something they pick from a wall or you print out from the internet. Return to Book Page. Like artists stealing each other’s custom work. I guess the point is that I’ve been writing about tattoos online, and offline, for a while.

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Dan and I work very well together.