Many residents of Yekaterinburg began to get tattoos associated with the times of the USSR, showing their attitude to their homeland. Tattoo artist Vasily Suvorov told URA.RU about this.
“Now more and more tattoos appear about the winners, the Soviet soldiers who hoisted the banner of victory. Beautiful sleeves of black-and-white works praise the heroism of the fighters of that time,” said Vasily Suvorov.
The man who stuffed the coat of arms of the Soviet Union on himself explained his act. “I have a homeland and it doesn’t matter what it is called, the Russian Federation, the USSR or the Russian Empire. She was, is and will be,” he replied.
Earlier, the agency reported that Yekaterinburgers continue the trend with tattoos of Z and V symbols, filling them in tattoos. One of the townspeople got a tattoo with the image of Russian President Vladimir Putin, who laughs at the head of Ukraine, Vladimir Zelensky.