A genuine tattoo.... tells a story. I like stories and tattoos, no matter how well done, and if they don't tell a story that involves you emotionally, then they're just there for decoration, then they're not a valid tattoo. There has to be some emotional appeal or they're not, to my way of thinking, a real tattoo. It tells people what you are and what you believe in, so there's no mistakes. ~Leo, tattooist, 1993, quoted in Margo DeMello, Bodies of Inscription, 2000
Brian Cummings (Brian Cummings) - American advertising photographer and director, who is considered a master of staged photography and the use of make-up. We bring to your attention two independent photoset author.
In addition to the ability to get up and take pictures of high quality, Brian Cummings (Brian Cummings) called expert conceptual images and ideas. At the time, an American who now lives and works in St. Louis, received a bachelor's degree in visual design, which undoubtedly helped him in the future profession. We shall now describe two photoset. In the first, we go to visit the tattoo artist, and the second look unusual transformation of ordinary people into zombies.
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