There’s an undeniable majestic-like beauty to be found within the art fueled subculture of tattooed modeling. Its elaborate history dates all the way back to the early 1940’s, as tattooed women of that era had posed nude as a symbol of strength and empowerment during periods of social inequality. Countless tattoo styles and trends have evolved throughout the decades, as the age of ‘online modeling’ has successfully risen to industry level.
There are thousands of women on the internet who have been able to achieve their own substantial modeling careers as independent contractors via social networking sources such as Tumblr, Instagram, and Snapchat. Members can discover various free and paid services that provide access to model’s personal accounts, where they will frequently upload nude photos and videos. Some girls even offer private personalized content such as live-cams or worn articles of clothing that are directly delivered to their fans and followers.
Absolutely stunning, wouldn’t you agree? And one can only imagine how many fan-mail inquires Sara’s tattoos have lead to. Even I would love to learn about their origin stories and personal meanings.
Outside of social media accounts, other models work through promotion companies or with independent film agencies such as Inked or Suicide Girls.