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Edith Burchett, London c. 1920 Edith Burchett was the wife of tattoo artist George Burchett. Her husband tattooed her and also did two life size paintings of her.this Is one badass lady

vintagegal:    Maud Wagner, the first known female tattooist in the U.S., 1911. In 1907, she traded a date with her husband-to-be for tattoo lessons.

vintagegal: Maud Wagner, the first known female tattooist in the U., In she traded a date with her husband-to-be for tattoo lessons.

1920's

The "flapper times" were a revolution of manners and morals. A Flapper was a woman who embraced the new fashions & urban attitudes. A Flapper was more a symbol than a reality. There were shorter hemlines. Brighter colors were also added.

Design Inspiration: Black and White Stripes

Cirque du Soleil - you can never have enough black and white stripes - or circus tents!

Torturers and Fiendish Killers in Action. What kind of sideshow is this??

Museum of The Doomed: Torturers and Fiendish Killers In Action - Vintage photo of ‘UNUSUAL’ circus sideshow. (via Circus Carnival History)

Wow!!

VAMPIRA the original one & only (Maila Nurmi) She dated James Dean & was…

Circus outfits - old poster

A collection of 25 unmounted rubber stamps with a vintage circus theme. Rubber stamps are traditional red rubber and are sold rubber only - no

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