BY Claire Filipek
on May 16, 2014
These are not your Grandmother’s porcelain collectibles.
Artist Jessica Harrison has created a new series of iconic porcelain figurines. Her new body of sculptural work features romanticized women in pastel ball gowns with tattoos covering their bodies. From neck to wrist, each woman is covered in ornate body artwork. Harrison has featured similar figurines in her work before, however, in a much more morbid light.
The Scotland-based artist ... Read More
BY Jennifer Welsing
on Jan 08, 2013
Tattoos and women have a long and unique history. No single book has documented this relationship better then Margot Mifflin’s Bodies of Subversion: A History of Women and Tattoos. And now, at a perfect time where tattooed women outnumber tattooed men in the US, a new edition has been released!
Originally published in 1997, this book documents the history of women and the diverse bonds they share with their tattoos. Updated and expanded ... Read More