Art And Design Facts
A survey in 2012 revealed that 59% of people with tattoos are women, with the most popular images being hearts and angels.
Gregory Paul McLaren holds the Guinness World Record for being the most tattooed person.
The word “tattoo” is one of the most misspelled words in the English language. It is commonly spelled as “tatoo".
One of the oldest recorded tattoo ink recipes consists of Egyptian pine bark, corroded bronze, vinegar, vitriol, leek juice, and insect eggs.
A tattoo gun can puncture the skin between 50 and 3,000 times per minute, penetrating the skin about one millimeter deep in the skin to the dermis.
Only 5% of Americans have had one tattoo covered up by another tattoo.
People who are new to graffiti are called toys. Those with more experience and respect among other writers are called kings or queens.
The first known graffiti artist was Mr. Darryl McCray, street named Cornbread.
The earliest forms of graffiti were found on ancient Roman architecture as images carved onto walls.
Graffiti used to be a term used to refer to inscriptions and figure drawings found on the walls of ancient ruins, like Pompeii or the Roman Catacombs.