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ISSUE 3.2

Skin and Ink

Taha Sammour

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Interviewed by Mohamad Ali Nayel
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On the restoration of calligraphy in the art of tattooing.

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Taha Sammour
Taha Sammour

""I’m not here just to put some ink underneath your skin, I am here to help you decorate your body for your soul to settle."

Taha studied at the Lebanese University-Faculty of Sociology & Humanities. He has been a tattoo artist since September 2011 and an English Language and Literature Instructor since 2012. "I’m not here just to PUT SOME INK underneath your skin, I am here to help you decorate your body for your soul to settle": this how Taha introduces his passion for tattooing. His specialties are Old School and NeoSchool Tattoos, Japanese, and Arabic calligraphy.

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