A Dilemma: An Enquiry into
Steve Hater's Arabic Tattoo

48pp publication, Launch at Shangri-La Tattoo parlour
Steve has the names of his grandchildren tattooed in Arabic on both his right and left biceps. Although these names are meaningful
to him he feels uncomfortable with the tattoos due to the perceived political climate and cultural tensions. As a result, Steve requested
a cover-up tattoo which would prevent any misunderstandings.

In response, St. Pierre & Miquelon issued this enquiry into the different options available to Steve, taking into consideration the wider context in which such an anxiety could exist. This report presents 9 original cover-up designs, various tattoo removal methods and opinions from across the cultural divide. The report is presented in both Arabic and English.

The report is priced at £5 plus P&P.

To purchase a copy please email:
mail@st-pierre-and-miquelon.com

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