Original by Alphonse Mucha, done by Jonathan Love at EOD Tattoo, Denver.
"It is okay, Buck."
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Ohaguro is the custom of dyeing one’s teeth black. It was most popular in Japan until the Meiji era. Tooth painting was also known and practiced in the southeastern parts of China and Southeast Asia. Dyeing was mainly done by married women, though occasionally men did it as well.
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Women’s Medical College of Pennsylvania anatomy lab, 1892.
Monkey teeth necklace, 19th century
Calculus bridge after years of poor dental hygiene
Especially useful when your enemies paint you into a corner.
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photographer Andrew Waits