Analysis of the tattoo of the clan representative community and its positive deformation in society
Keywords:tattoo, design, clan society, grouping, functions, types of tattoos, aesthetic component, highly artistic drawings
In this article the problems of tattoo influence in clan societies as one of the subspecies of modern tattoo in general are considered. Various tattoos are analyzed in individual clan communities and groups. The research results on the study of differences, directions, both positive and negative, of individual representative communities and their tattoos are formulated
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