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The tattoo artist Diego Moraes pays homage to the Edo era with a new exclusive tattoo for Deejo.


The renowned customizable knife brand Deejo is proud to announce its collaboration with Diego Moraes, an accomplished tattoo artist and star host of the show "Tattoo Cover" broadcasted on TFX. 

This unique partnership brings to life a remarkable new artwork: a "wave" tattoo inspired by the Edo era dear to Diego, specially reimagined to adorn Deejo knives' blades. 

Diego Moraes, known for his unmatched talent in the Japanese style that has earned him acclaim, typically operates from his tattoo studio "familia Moraes" in Sanary-sur-Mer, where his passion and expertise in the art of Japanese tattooing have led him to become one of the most beloved tattoo artists of his generation. This new collaboration perfectly showcases Diego's talent and Deejo's craftsmanship. The "wave" tattoo created for this collaboration is a vibrant homage to traditional Japanese aesthetics, evoking the strength and raw beauty of nature with great elegance and simplicity. 

Ultra-lightweight, minimalist, yet no less formidable with its razor-sharp edge, Deejo's latest knife is an invitation to (re)discover the art of tattooing in one of its most beautiful expressions. 

Deejo continues to push the boundaries of customization, offering its customers a unique experience and a product that underscores its commitment to art and creativity.

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The little story of tattooing

For a long time on the periphery of Western culture, tattooing is no longer the sole purview of the sailors and the sacred. Practiced throughout time and all over the world, the art of tattooing (from the Polynesian Tatau) dates back to 1300 BCE, in which colouring the skin marked the important stages of life.

In the Middle Ages and until the end of the 19th century, tattooing, considered a pagan practice, was banned by the Church everywhere in Europe. It then became the tradition of mariners as well as prisoners, for the latter in particular in Russia where inmates did not hesitate

The tattoo in the Western world, long reserved for those at society’s margins, including gangs and bad boys, established itself in the 1980s in pop culture, promoted by rock stars, punk and rap music.

Tatouage magazine

This collaboration could not have happened without Tatouages Magazine and its two founders, friends and partners, Jérôme Pierrat and Mikael de Poissy, who proposed to Deejo to bring together over a period of two years twelve of the world's most famous tattoo artists for an exclusive collection. Every two months, this collection showcases the exceptional talent of these artists on Deejo knife blades.