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Renowned for its elegant and tattooed knives, Deejo is proud to continue its collaboration with the most talented tattoo artists of their generation through a new creation by Guen Douglas.

Born in Quebec, partly raised in North America and England, first settled in the Netherlands and now based in Berlin, Guen Douglas is a multicultural artist whose style blends the aesthetics of traditional tattooing with contemporary elements.. 

For Deejo, Guen Douglas brings to life a mysterious and intriguing woman. This female face tattooed on the blade of a Deejo knife evokes a distant era while remaining strikingly modern. The fine and precise lines of the tattoo capture the essence of this unique woman, revealing both her inner strength and grace.

This partnership between Deejo and Guen Douglas celebrates the union of two artistic worlds, where the sharp steel of Deejo knives meets the power of a unique tattoo. An object that tells a story and captures the imagination, rich with a blend of mystery and beauty

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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 wouldn’t have been possible without Tatouages Magazine, which proposed to Deejo to gather over 2 years, twelve of the world’s most famous tattoo artists around an exclusive collection that showcases the talent of these extraordinary artists every 2 months on the blades of Deejo knives. After Tin-Tin, Maud Dardeau, Jondix, Filip Leu, Diego Moraes, and Mikael de Poissy, Deejo and Tatouages Magazine invite you to visit their respective websites and the latest issue of the magazine to discover the behind-the-scenes of this extraordinary collection imagined by Guen Douglas.