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The beloved Japanese Kewpie doll gets inked for the 'Body of Work' MoPop exhibit.

Making a Mark: The Evolution of Seattle’s Tattoo Culture

February 27, 2020

Coming from the Tahitian word, tatau, which means “to strike,” tattoos have emerged, evolved, and expanded from earlier forms...

Tattoos, coffee for life: Starbucks makes bold moves

Mason Bryan, Author

October 19, 2014

Feeling generous on the cusp of the holiday season, Starbucks announced on Thursday some bold changes for its employees and its customers. Tattoos at the workplace? Go for it, unless they are on your face or throat. Black denim, colored ties and neck scarves? Likewise. Coffee for life? Perhaps for a lucky a few. Allowing U.S. employees to show their tattoos a...

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