Travellers who stepped into the old tattoo shop have found themselves having a souvenir of everlasting ancient mark, right on their hands. Now that the talks are spreading, could this be the next big thing in tattoo scene?
Offered by a small shop in the centre of Jerusalem, the Razzouk Family has been practicing the arts of tattoo since they moved to Egypt years ago – FYI, the place where the Christian Coptic is accustomed to having cross-designs marked on their wrists.
Wassim Razzouk is the 44-year-old owner who was once hesitated to continue this family business. But now he can be found teaching his 14-year-old son the artistic heritage. Deep into the history, the design used in the tattoo has been popular since the first Crusades occur. Although the pattern might be considered ancient, Razzouk is capable to adapt it to majority preference. And even more, his touch of simple customization gives the best result for every clientele.
Writer: Hadi Sutanto