In sowjetischen Strafkolonien entstand nach dem Zweiten Weltkrieg eine einzigartige Tattoo-Tradition. Damon Murray hat sie in Bildbänden dokumentiert. Im Interview erklärt er den Code hinter den Bildern.

In sowjetischen Strafkolonien entstand nach dem Zweiten Weltkrieg eine einzigartige Tattoo-Tradition. Damon Murray hat sie in Bildbänden dokumentiert. Im Interview erklärt er den Code hinter den Bildern.

danielleaykroyd:    Russian Prison Tattoos

danielleaykroyd: Russian Prison Tattoos

Female Body Suit

Female Body Suit

Types and graphic designs...nice work!!!

Types and graphic designs...nice work!!!

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pinterest/MAFIA | Tattoos Photos Designs » Blog Archive Russian Mafia Star

Virgin Mary Tattoo... smaller to cover my Jack Daniels label look alike

Virgin Mary Tattoo... smaller to cover my Jack Daniels label look alike

Russian.

Russian.

Soviet investigator's archive unlocks the key to the secret code of prison tattoos... http://www.we-heart.com/2014/11/10/arkady-bronnikov-russian-criminal-tattoo-police-files/

Soviet investigator's archive unlocks the key to the secret code of prison tattoos...

Soviet investigator's archive unlocks the key to the secret code of prison tattoos... http://www.we-heart.com/2014/11/10/arkady-bronnikov-russian-criminal-tattoo-police-files/

The double-headed eagle is a Russian state symbol that dates back to the 15th century and was used by Peter the Great. In 1993, after the fall of Communism, it replaced the hammer and sickle as the coat of arms of the Russian Federation. This photograph taken in the Soviet period, shows this emblem tattooed as a bold symbol of power and rage against the USSR. It can also be interpreted as ‘Russia for the Russians.'

The coded world of Russian prison tattoos

The double-headed eagle is a Russian state symbol that dates back to the 15th century and was used by Peter the Great. In 1993, after the fall of Communism, it replaced the hammer and sickle as the coat of arms of the Russian Federation. This photograph taken in the Soviet period, shows this emblem tattooed as a bold symbol of power and rage against the USSR. It can also be interpreted as ‘Russia for the Russians.'

Decoding Russian criminal tattoos – in pictures

Decoding Russian criminal tattoos – in pictures

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