The tradition to decorate your body with drawings appeared thanks to the voyages of James cook to the shores of Polynesia. His team became interested in the unusual tradition of local aboriginal people to put the image on body. Many of them brought samples first tattoo to Europe. It was the seafarers were among the first admirers of tattoo art. Often on their body could be to come across images of a religious nature. For example, a tattoo of Jesus Christ was to alleviate corporal punishment for the media. Since the EIGHTEENTH century, it was so popular that in some countries it is banned.