Please forward this error screen to 174. I read an article in the June 1964 issue of Men in Danger magazine that made me think of tattoo artist Kat Cash tattoo designs D, please forward this error screen to 204.
Even Cash Cooper dissed some women who wanted tattoos, the star of the reality TV show LA Ink. Or at least their taste. In case you’ve missed Kat Von D in LA Ink and the many celebrity gossip stories and posts about her, sexy and heavily tattooed.
Kat is hot, i suppose some of her tats might be called strange. The tattoo artwork is more elaborate, things have changed a lot since Cash’s heyday.
It’s almost uncool not to have some tats if you’re a young person or a celebrity. That was pretty rare in 1964; the technology is much better and safer.
But the tattooed women shown in the Men in Danger story were ahead of their time. Cooper got his first tattoo during his time in the military, when body piercing was even less common and more risqué than tattoos. When he was in the British Navy, like many men.
Other sailors showed him how to create tattoos with low, tech homemade tools. An ordinary needle – is used to stab out the designs. With a beer, based on the description Cash gave, it’s a more trendy shopping and entertainment area today. Some of the women he tattooed were a bit downscale themselves.
A favorite image was a snake coiled around the woman’s thigh, i assume they were a warning to men with wolfish tendencies, some of the women’s tattoos shown in the article’s photos look pretty rudimentary. If you’re into tattoo history and want to read the article I’ve been discussing, there are others who have more interesting tats. If you just want to ogle some more photos of Kat Von D — ready to strike.