tattoos

Mad Art Gallery
9:23 pm
Sun January 11, 2015

Immortalizing Tattoos Through Photography

Brain Cummings' printed his photos on leather to mimic the application of ink to human skin.
Credit Willis Ryder Arnold/St. Louis Public Radio

A St. Louis based photographer is making an international name for himself in tattoo photography. 

Forty-two year old Brian Cummings never expected his project documenting tattoos to be featured in Taiwanese magazines or provoke photography students to call him once a month. 

“I’m honored and do the interview and then go ‘How did you find me?’ And they’re like, ‘I looked up tattoo photography.’ And I’m like, ‘alright, I’ve cornered the market,’” said Cummings chuckling.

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Morning round-up
9:24 am
Fri August 5, 2011

Morning headlines: Friday, August 5, 2011

Missouri's gross revenue collection in July was up by .6 percent as compared to July 2010.
flickr/yomanimus

Mo. Gross Revenue Up Slightly

Missouri’s gross revenue collection in July was up by .6 percent as compared to July 2010.

The revenue increase is driven by strong individual income tax collection, which was up 9.3 percent over the same time last year. Sales taxes remain stagnant, according to state budget director Linda Luebbering. She blames low sales tax collection on a stubbornly high unemployment rate.

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Morning round-up
8:55 am
Wed December 29, 2010

Morning headlines: Coleman text messages, Mo tatoos, Il Budget

A new Missouri proposal triples the fees for tattoo artists in the state. Officials says the fee increase is needed to finance its oversight of the growing industry. (Flickr Creative Commons, madaboutasia)

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