DRESSED IN INK
Dressed In Ink is a Smithsonian museum exhibit showcasing the history of the first tattooed ladies that were featured in circus sideshows. These ladies would be covered from head to toe in tattoos like clothes, which inspired the exhibit’s name, Dressed In Ink. In the past, popular tattoos for women were animals, flowers, plants, hearts with lover’s names, etc., which were elements incorporated in the logotype. Clean script and uppercase letters were used the most during tattooing due to readibility and legibility.