Abstract tattoo designs began to develop in the eighteenth century, even though they range as far back in the design as 10,000 BC, in Japan. These tattoos almost complete coverage, known as “body suits” first originate around 1700 cc as a reaction to the strict laws on obvious display of wealth.At that time only the most noble were allowed to display and to wear fine clothes. The middle class, which consisted mostly of general workers, were forbidden to ornament and wear fine clothes.As the middle class denied permission to see any adornment, they used an alternative method and chose tattoos. It is believed in “body suits”, originated in the Samurai Warrior campaign layers without sleeves. These layers are shown usually heroic designs on the back, such as symbols of bravery and pride. Sometimes, maybe even a tutor or a dragon. Tattoo designs started back and continued to expand to the arms, shoulders, thighs and finally the whole body.If one neck tattoo fake across the entire front of their upper bodies, except for a vertical strip of the chest to the abdomen, this gives the effect or illusion of a vest hand or “body suit”.Rearing “costume body” also coincided with the growing popularity of tattooed fictional heroes. Near the end of the 18th century and early 19TH centuries illustrated through works of fiction was imported from China has created both inspiration and desire of tattoos.It was not until the woodblock prints of the heroes that were illustrated by Utagawa Kuniyoshi were published at the beginning of the nineteenth century to the middle that won huge popularity. These pictures were highly influential in the world of tattoo and still remain in use today.