She Volunteered To Get 11 Tattoos In One Week, Each Representing The Style Of A Different Decade

"...it was a really amazing opportunity to be a part of this project, and have history be on my body."

Tattoos never seem to go out of fashion, but the styles certainly evolve and change through time. As part of its popular video series 100 Years of Beauty, which traces various fashion trends through the century, Cut.com has created a video on the evolution of tattoos from 1910 to 2010. 

To do this, they got one volunteer, named Casey Lubin, willing to get 11 tattoos in one week. Each tattoo represents "a style from an iconic artist of that decade," according to the video description. 

"When I found out what it was, I thought it was a really amazing opportunity to be a part of this project, and have history be on my body," says Lubin in the video. 


1910s: Charlie Wagner

1920s: Amund Dietzel

1930s: "Cap" Coleman

1940s: Paul Rogers

1950s: Sailor Jerry

1960s: Lyle Tuttle

1970s: Don Ed Hardy

1980s: Mike "Rollo" Malone

1990s:

2000s: Jack Rudy

2010s: Nikko Hurtado