Tattoos have developed well in the United States. They began in the 17th and 18th centuries when the Pacific Group’s colonial scouts: Captain Zhanmusikuke was a pioneer of North American tattoos. He and other explorers first arrived in Tahiti, and then on other Pacific islands, local tattoos were present. The locals ‘tattoos were mainly based on lines and served as the identity and protection of family members.
In the 18th century, sailors brought Bosnia’s tattoos to the United Kingdom and brought back tattooed Bosnians. During the colonial period of the 17th century, tattoos were used as a symbol of barbarism. The real American tattoo began with the invention of the first electronic tattoo instrument in 1891. From the 19th century to the beginning of the 20th century, American tattoo customers came from all walks of life. Most come from the military, especially the Navy, which has been the best customer of tattoo artists for many years.
Since its development, tattoo culture has become one of the indispensable cultures in the United States. Skull represents death, but also represents a new beginning. It can also be understood as a change of fate in the pursuit of a new life. In some places, skull is also a symbol of power, the eternal life.