Tattoos have been an important fashion statement for not only modern men and women but even the ancients often sported a tattoo on their body. A beautiful mural at the Mexico Palacio Nacional in Mexico City shows how the Aztecs enjoyed this art. The Diego Rivera murals depict a Mexican woman, probably a prostitute, displaying her intricately tattooed leg to attract potential customers. A warrior offers her a human arm for her services.
It is believed that Diego Rivera modeled the woman after his wife Frida Kahlo.
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