The First Tattoo School in North Africa

Young Tunisian tattooist hopes to change long-standing perceptions about tattoos in Tunisia.
Tunisian tattoo artist Fawez Zahmoul removes a tattoo from his client in his school on November 8, 2018 in Tunis. – Once widespread in rural Tunisia, tattoos have long been considered vulgar and associated with people who are poorly educated or who have gone off the rails. But now they are emerging from the shadows as young people like Ghada Atiaoui get inked and take up courses at the first tattoo school in North Africa and the Arab world. (Photo by FETHI BELAID / AFP)

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