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The Tattooer

Characterization and conflict are two key scenarios that present themselves in most all literary works. Characterization is a struggle between two opposing forces. Conflict, on the other hand, will always involve the protagonist, and it can either be internal or…

Tattos – Self Expression, Rite of Passage and Tribute

For many people around the world tattooing is a form of self expression, a rite of passage, a tribute, or a mark of belonging or identification. Tattoos are believed to date back to the Egyptian times. Tattoos depicting animals and…

Three Reasons Why You Should and Should not Get a Tattoo

You won't regret the ink I would like to discuss three reasons why you should and should not get a tattoo. Tattoos are considered a form of expression that people get on various places of their body for their own…

Tattoo Art Methods and Materials on Tattoo Art

Tattoo Art is a type of body modification. This type of art involves putting permanent words or pictures onto your skin. To do this, the ink must be injected under the surface of the skin by piercing it with a…

Tattoo Removal

First of all lets talk about Tattoos! What are Tattoos? Tattoo is a form of art which you paint your body with by ink, dyes and pigments. Tattoos are divided into two types, the first one is a Temporary Tattoo…

An Analysis of the Influence of the Renaissance

Abstract This paper offers an in-depth analysis on the time period known as the Renaissance and how it has influenced society as a whole. The question that prompted this research to take place was “How did the Renaissance change the…

The Renaissance Movement

The Renaissance is a very well known movement throughout the globe, for artists and non artists. It was a time period right after the Medieval period, and it has contributed so much to the art world. In this essay, we…

Science of the Renaissance

The original thinking of how science worked before was that the elements of fire, water, earth, and air made up matter and would mix and combine to create all things that we can see. The Earth was believed to be…

Baroque and Renaissance

The Renaissance and the Baroque Eras have many similarities and differences, especially in the seven elements of music. On of the main movements in the Renaissance Era was ""The Reformation"" while in the Baroque was ""The Florentine Camerata"" (founders of…