The following comment was posted as the “comment of the day” on the Denver Westword Blogs page. It was written in response to this article: Five reasons restaurant employees should be allowed to have tattoos and piercings I like to go to restaurants where the staff has a lot of piercings and tattoos because it’s [...]
I read an article this morning that reminded me of a draft post which I have meant to finish for quite a long time now. It was titled ‘Roy Exum: No Need For Any Tattoos‘. The author spends much of the article describing his scars in great detail and recounting the experiences that lead to [...]
The first reviews of ’Tattoo Nation’ are rolling in: Decidedly more celebration than exposé, the movie bypasses such practical issues as health risks, tattoo addiction and remorse, and the pain and expense — and increasing popularity — of tattoo removal. I have not yet seen this movie, so my comments are purely in response to [...]
Found on the Tattoo Acceptance in the Workplace Facebook page. I have chosen my tattoos carefully. Look closely. As tools, they may grant you a glimpse into the human I am. Equally, they might shield me from what you are if you cannot see beyond the colors inked into my skin.
Many people consider henna tattoos that are temporary and natural as a safe way to experience the thrill of getting a tattoo without worrying about pain. But the latest finding will make you ponder twice before exploring this temporary form of body art. The latest warning from the Food and Drug Administration states that many [...]
John Niederkorn, the social media director of trade journal Tattoo Artist Magazine, said that tattoos appeared to gain their mainstream momentum with advent of reality television. “But I would say that there’s still like a core group of people that do it legit, like all the way, based on the traditional styles and aspects and [...]