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, modern fashionistas can find out in a few minutes how ideas about beauty have changed over the last century. This time the team of the site "The Cut" shot a video in which the model does not just "try on" different images, but "stuffs" tattoos that reflect fashion trends in American underwear painting. In three minutes, the girl demonstrates 11 different tattoos, which were at the peak of popularity between 1910 and 2010.
Casey Lubin - a model who agreed to get 11 tattoos in just one week to show the evolution of drawings over the past 100 years on her body. “I think it's amazing that we can use our body like a canvas for embroidery and decorate it with real works of art. If your body is your temple, you have the right to decorate it as you wish,” says the bold model.
Tattoo artist Clae Welch made several sketches for each decade from 1910 to 2010, so that Casey could choose which pattern to show on her skin. Each tattoo was made in the style of iconic artists of the 20th and early 21st centuries.
In the early twentieth century, the only colors available for tattoos were black and gray. The iconic master of the first decade was Charlie Wagner.
In the twenties of the last century, Amund Dietzel was a famous tattoo artist. In his drawings, different colors are already combined, the tattoos look brighter and more colorful.
In the thirties of the twentieth century, the most popular were colorful tattoos in the form of flowers on the arms. The best master was considered "/>
In the forties of the last century, body drawings depicting sailing ships became widespread. The famous master Paul Rogers (Paul Rogers) made rather laconic tattoos in strict colors.
In the middle of the twentieth century, the famous tattoo artist Sailor Jerry developed his own style and created a special blackout needle. In the fifties, he made a vivid drawing in the form of a multi-colored owl.
In the sixties of the last century, the master Lyle Tuttle (Lylie Tuttle) made an abstract tattoo on the wrist of the American rock singer Janis Joplin (Janis Joplin). The popular singer showed her tattoo to the whole world from the cover of the legendary American magazine "/>
The famous tattoo artist Don Ed Hardy made the mermaid color the most popular body art of the seventies of the last century.
In the eighties of the twentieth century, the tattoo artist Mike "/>
In the nineties of the last century, the tattoo artist Guy Aitchison became popular. He created body drawings in a surreal manner, and it was impossible to take your eyes off some of the tattoos, they were so mesmerizing.
At the beginning of the twenty-first century, tattoo artist Jack Rudy (Jack Rudy) introduced into fashion body drawings in the form of human skulls. The main feature of these tattoos was the detailed drawing.
In the first decade of the twenty-first century, the fashionable tattoo artist Nikko Hurtado popularized tattoo portraits.
Probably in 2015, the name of the Turkish master Eva Krbdk will enter the history of tattoo art, who made a real revolution in the field of body painting - she cross stitches on people's bodies.