tattoos at cooper hewitt

Next week at the Cooper Union, there's what looks like a pretty cool exhibition exploring tattoos and typography . From the Cooper description:

"Body Type: Typographic Tattoos Etched in Flesh," a free exhibition located in The Herb Lubalin Study Center of Design and Typography at The Cooper Union, is a one time viewing of the photographic research by Ina Saltz, an art director, designer, writer, and professor whose areas of expertise are typography and magazine design. For more than two years, Saltz researched images of tattoos that reference literature, national anthems, self-love, politics and everything in between.

In other words - some cool shots of sweet tats. From HowDesign.

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