Amafoto y’ abantu bafite tatuwaje ziteye ubwoba mu masura yabo

Amafoto y’ abantu bafite tatuwaje ziteye ubwoba mu masura yabo

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Ku isi usanga habera ibikorwa byinshi bitandukanye abantu bagenda bakora nka za tatuwaje, haba mu kwishimisha kuri bamwe cyangwa ku nyungu z’akazi bakora ugasanga bisa nko kwiyangiza ku mubiri wabo bishushanyaho.

Ikinyamakuru cya Dailymail kifashishije abafotozi bacyo cyagiye gifotora abantu bagiye batandukanye bishyizeho amatatuwaje asa nkakanganye ikindi kandi bakayashyira mu isura hagaragara.

Keith Gordon started getting his face tattooed at the age of 54 - and through his work, Mark Leaver gets to know the peole behind the ink
Keith Gordon w’ imyaka 54 agenda mu muhanda asa gutya
Gino Dartnall, who started tattooing his face at the age of 18. Gino did all of his own tattoos to cover up work he had done when he was a teenager
Gino Dartnall, uyu we yishyizeho iyi Tatoo kumyaka 18 akiri umwana

Jay Read (pictured), a 'body modification specialist', founded the global clothing brand, Jilted Royalty. Jay says he became addicted to tattoos after kicking a heroin addiction in his 20s

Nkuko bisanzwe bimenyerewe usanga abantu benshi bashyira ama tatuwaje ahantu hihishemo mu buryo bwo kwigaragaza neza mu ruhame, nanone ugasanga umwihariko munini uba mu byamamare haba mu bahanzi cyangwa abakinnyi. Ni gakeya nka hano mu Rwanda wazabona umuturage wishushanyije ho Tatoo ku maso doreko n’ abazifite bazihisha, bakazambariraho imyenda kuburyo hibazwa icyo baba barazishyiriyeho.

Jack Denny had his eyebrows tattooed on at the age of 18. Mark photographed Jack sitting alongside his family He said despite the stereotypes associated with facial tattoos, his subjects were 'down-to-earth' people facing 'dated' misconceptionsMark said: 'They were all normal people from all walks of life and happy to be part of the project. Unsurprisingly, the stereotypes were all very dated… if they were ever true at all'Despite tattoos becoming more mainstream and socially acceptable, facial tattoos remain a niche subculture within the world of body artSubjects were photographed in their homes, alongside their partners, children and dogs in order to tell their stories The portraits offer a glimpse into the subjects' lives as well as showcasing the tattoos they have spent years having carefully inked

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