History of tattoos 2.o

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History of tattoos 2.o
Some of the earliest
tattos found are
from egypt. the
Egyptians used
bronze needles to
create tattoos. they
also used wooden
and bone needles.
In New
he
Zealand t
In
ated
Maori cre
ing a
s
Tailand the
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s
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t
t
their ta
el, the
is
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tradional tool for
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itional b
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nd ink
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s
creating tattoos
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is a wooden
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needle. the
would the
needle is somewound.
times decorated
and it is often
between 6 and 12
inches.
In Japan,
A japanese tebori
tattoo is created with a
Tebori needle, the
needle is rythmically
tapped into the skin.
Bibliography
http://santattoos.com/large/Maori_tattoo_170.jpg
http://www.buzzfeed.com/donnad/short-visual-history-of-tattoo-tools
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tattoo_machine
http://www.tattoostime.com/images/261/bio-mechanical-tattoo-for-arm.jpg
http://www.bl.uk/learning/images/whywrite/new/hieroglyphics-lg.jpg
The
Advanced
Rotary Needle is
the modern of the
“O'Reilly's Rotary Two Coil
Needle”. The needle is less
bulky and more efficient than
“O’Reilly”.
Today
the Modern
Electro-Magnet
Machine is used to
create tattoos, the
armature is propeelled
up and down with a
electro-magnetic circuit
on the tip of the
armature is the need
with the ink on it.