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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.

Guests

Taha Sammour
Taha Sammour

Specialist in Old School and Neoschool styles based in Beirut.

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," is how Taha introduces his passion for tattooing.

His specialties are Old School and NeoSchool Tattoos, Japanese, and Arabic calligraphy.

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