Dirk-Boris Rödel (53) started his career in tattoo-journalism thirty years ago. In his university major (Japanese studies and cultural sciences), he wrote his final thesis about the development of the Japanese art of tattooing from the Edo period until the present day. He was chief editor of TätowierMagazin, Germanys oldest tattoo magazine, for eighteen years and wrote several books on tattooing. Dirk-Boris Rödel gets invited regularly to tattoo shows in Edinburgh or Shanghai to judge the tattoo contests. He is the agent of Tattoo Life for the German edition of the Yearbook Tattooists.
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