Are tattoos still taboo at work?
But when it comes to the workplace, are tattoos still taboo ... there's little state regulation or oversight of tattoo shops. Unlike hair stylists or nail techs in North Carolina, tattoo artists only need a $300 county-issued permit to get started.
Personal art: Burlington a state leader in . . . tattoo shops
Illegal artists do not ... in a legal tattoo shop since tracking began in 1985, it is impossible to know about illegal shops. In a legal shop, artists must report, within 48 hours, any tattoos that become infected. To open a shop in North Carolina, owners ...
For this creative tattoo artist, human body like a canvas
"For instance, some parts of the body will get more sun than others and that will affect it. When I first started, there wasn't a lot of blending (of colors) or shading." Skin art has been legal in South Carolina ... tattoos, but he prefers letting someone ...
Tattoo artist says his craft is becoming accepted as an art form
Autry also operates a progressive art gallery ... mental health in North Carolina." He also worked in several construction jobs but "I wasn't going to progress there." Perks of the job: "I get to tattoo in my own style and I get to do what I want to ...
How Do You Get Them To. . .?
to. . . ?” That question reveals that the asker has a different sense of what self-determination means than I do. That is, I don’t want to get clients to do anything.