Thursday, April 22, 2021

Electronic tattoos eliminate invasive procedures

Electronic tattoos take the hard material of computers and make them softer to comfortably sit on the skin. They can help with various medical problems.

Opinions on tattoos differ by religion

Though religions take various stances on tattoos, Webster students sometimes do not take their beliefs into account.

Ex-convict finds new opportunity in tattooing

LT Woods thought he would never tattoo after his teenage years. Then it ended up saving his life.

Webster alumna turns passion into a career

Although Balloni has doubts about her change in career, she ultimately thinks it was worth it.

Higher education welcomes tattoos in the workplace

Webster's professors weigh in on how surprised they were that their tattoos were welcomed at the university.

Tattoo recognition technology threatens citizens’ right to privacy

Whether it be for political, religious or criminal reasons, NIST can overlook prisoner's tattoos without their permission.

Tattoos mimic therapeutic benefits

Psychologist claims tattoos help patients similar to cognitive behavioral therapy.

Behind the Ink: Becoming the artist

What does it take to be a tattoo artist? Three local artist weigh in on their day to day process.

Gorlok athletes weigh in on tattoo and sweat prevention theory

Studies have shown a connection between tattoos and sweat prevention. Gorlok athletes share their thoughts on the study.