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1950s Housewives Get An Edgy Makeover In This Colorful Tattoo And Croquet Series

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1950s Housewives Get An Edgy Makeover In This Colorful Tattoo And Croquet Series

What do you get when 1950s housewives embrace their inner gangster? You've got Croquet and Ink, a series of vintage fashion illustrations with an edgy twist.

This series by Jason Raish brings us all the sleek fashion of mid-century vogue mixed with a colorful dose of Japanese tattoo art. These housewives are ready to though down on the croquet field!

"Bring it don't sing it!" Kaish writes in introduction to his illustrations. "1950s stylings, Japanese Ukiyo-e tattoos. Prim and proper meets rebellion and self expression."

Aside from his illustration work, Kaish feeds his creativity with travel (the guy's lived in multiple countries and even received an artist visa in France!), kung fu, low brow art, cooking, and jazz. Find more of his work through Behance and buy prints from Society6.

Say hello to 1950s stylings, Japanese Ukiyo-e tattoos. Prim and proper meets rebellion and self expression.

Via Jason Raish

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