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History of Hip: 01 A Brief History of Tattoos

Posted byJoe Hoover on 20 Jan 2011 | Tagged as: History of Hip

Never just the domain of sailors and outlaws, tattoos have a rich and storied history. From Pacific Islanders to American hipsters, body art has long been a popular form of self expression with many layers of meaning. Dr. John Troyer gives an overview of the history of body art with help from tattoo artist Awen Briem. From the History of Hip series

In this podcast:

  • Earliest example of tattooing and earliest mechanical tattooing gun
  • Social Class Tattoos in Royalty
  • English, French and German schools interpretations of tattooing.
  • 19th century tattoo collecting

History of Hip: 02 A Brief History of Tattoos

Posted byJoe Hoover on 20 Jan 2011 | Tagged as: History of Hip

Never just the domain of sailors and outlaws, tattoos have a rich and storied history. From Pacific Islanders to American hipsters, body art has long been a popular form of self expression with many layers of meaning. Dr. John Troyer gives an overview of the history of body art with help from tattoo artist Awen Briem. From the History of Hip series.

In this podcast:

  • “French Fad” of the 19th and early 20th centuries
  • Maori / Polynesian tattoos
  • The Person with Tattoos vs. the Tattoo’ed Person
  • Memorial Tattoos

History of Hip: 03 A Brief History of Tattoos

Posted byJoe Hoover on 20 Jan 2011 | Tagged as: History of Hip

Never just the domain of sailors and outlaws, tattoos have a rich and storied history. From Pacific Islanders to American hipsters, body art has long been a popular form of self expression with many layers of meaning. Dr. John Troyer gives an overview of the history of body art with help from tattoo artist Awen Briem. From the History of Hip series.

In this podcast:

  • Memorial Tattoo Forms
  • Awkward Tattoos
  • Tattoos of Pets
  • Examples of Awen’s tattoo artwork

History of Hip: 04 A Brief History of Tattoos

Posted byJoe Hoover on 20 Jan 2011 | Tagged as: History of Hip

Never just the domain of sailors and outlaws, tattoos have a rich and storied history. From Pacific Islanders to American hipsters, body art has long been a popular form of self expression with many layers of meaning. Dr. John Troyer gives an overview of the history of body art with help from tattoo artist Awen Briem. From the History of Hip series

In this podcast:

Question and Answer session

History of Hip: A Brief History of Tattoos (Audio)

Posted byJoe Hoover on 20 Jan 2011 | Tagged as: History of Hip

Never just the domain of sailors and outlaws, tattoos have a rich and storied history. From Pacific Islanders to American hipsters, body art has long been a popular form of self expression with many layers of meaning. Dr. John Troyer gives an overview of the history of body art with help from tattoo artist Awen Briem. From the History of Hip series.

This is an audio file of the complete session.

History of Hip: Yesterday’s Tomorrow

Posted byadmin on 12 Feb 2010 | Tagged as: History of Hip

From robots to smart kitchens and high tech soldiers, historian Brian Horrigan and blogger Matt Novak highlighted some of their favorite trends in science fiction of the past while they shared their own thoughts about the future of this genre at the Turf Club’s Clown Lounge on February 2nd, 2010.