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Tattoo Masters

Author : Lal Hardy
ISBN : 1910552089
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Tattoo artist Lal Hardy examines some of the best-known names in the tattoo business, and how they got to the top Renowned tattoo artist Lal Hardy introduces some of the world's most esteemed tattoo artists, and selects some of their finest work. One of the most popular modern art forms, tattoos are everywhere and the designs have come a long way from the traditional roses, Celtic crosses, and Chinese symbols. Tattoo Masters features some of the most pioneering and well-known names, such as Bob Tyrrell, Horiyoshi 3, Joe Capobianco, Louis Molloy, Valerie Vargas, Paul Booth, Filip Leu, and Freddy Negrete. For each artist, Lal outlines how and why they have become influential and revered within the tattoo world. Descriptions of the artists are accompanied by over 250 color photographs. Written by someone in the heart of this vibrant and constantly evolving world, Tattoo Masters is a fascinating guide to the artists who are creating some of the most imaginative and exciting tattoo art today.

Tattoo Masters Flash Collection

Author : Edgar Hoill
ISBN : 394310530X
Genre : Tattooing
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Enjoy two thrilling tattoo-flash books! These two tomes rank among the best and most extravagant flashbooks that have ever been published. Edition Reuss, well-known and renowned for its collector's items, once again comes up with astounding, heavy coffee-table books that set standards. "Tattoo Masters Flash Collection: Part 1" begins with with a fascinatingly written foreword to the development of tattoo-flash, followed by a detailed interview with tattoo legend Don Ed Hardy, who, besides lending his own flash-sheets from his personal archive, provided rarities from the pioneer days of tattooing. Those sheets include flash by "Sailor" Jerry Collins, Owen Jensen, Joe Lieber and "Pop" Eddy and Bert Grimm, amongst the most famous tattooists of the early 20th century. The extensive collection of flash that follows is unique! The illustrations and drawings have been made exclusively for this collection, and have been produced by contemporary tattoo artists who rank among the best in the world. Every artist presents his work in his own style. This explosion of fanciful crossover flash styles will make the any tattooist's heart beat faster. "Tattoo Masters Flash Collection: Part 1" offers works by Horioshi III, Don Ed Hardy, Gau Bin, Jondix , Will Tatuwill, Kowhey, Tim Hendricks, Brian Everett, Big Capone, Genko, Alex Horikitsune Reinke, Zele, Dong Dong, Pablo Xno, Steve Goodspeed, Rogerio Snappy Gomez, Buddha Yang, Frank Chavez, Julio Villalobos, Doug Hardy, Elle Festin, Eddy Reyes Sr, Tomasi Sulu'ape, K C Angel, Jared Leathers, Buzzy Jenkins, Hailin Fu, Michael Aul, Sanya Youalli, El Whyner, Yushi Takei, Henri B, Enrique Castillo and many more.

Tattoo Artists

Author : Jeanne Nagle
ISBN : 9781404217904
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Explores the interesting and nontraditional careers of tattoo artists.

Irezumi

Author : Willem R. van Gulik
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Genre : Japan
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Tattoo

Author : Albert Parry
ISBN : 9780486447926
Genre : Social Science
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This pioneering 1933 survey approaches body art from a variety of angles, including artistic, semiotic, psychological, sociological, and cultural perspectives. One of the first studies to analyze the subconscious motivations and erotic implications behind tattooing, it examines overt and subliminal messages of romance, patriotism, and religious fervor. 27 illustrations.

Oriental Tattoo Art

Author : Du Ying
ISBN : 1908175052
Genre : Art
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More and more people are getting tattoos these days. Whether these are complex traditional symbols or uniquely significant words, tattoos are an expression of the wearer's feelings and desires. As the tattoo profession grows, tattoo artists are perfecting their art, and attracting the attention of an increasing amount of dedicated enthusiasts. In this rising trend, Asian tattoo art, especially that of China and Japan, has gained admirers around the world. Through interviews with artists and the presentation of their work, Oriental Tattoo Art puts the charm of contemporary oriental tattoo art on full display. In addition, Oriental Tattoo Art contains an appendix with nearly 150 traditional oriental symbols and written characters with clear explanations of their unique cultural meanings for the appreciation and use of the reader. Let us pierce the veil of this ancient and alluring profession and learn about the spiritual and artistic worlds of contemporary tattoo artists in China and Japan.

Yoga Journal

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For more than 30 years, Yoga Journal has been helping readers achieve the balance and well-being they seek in their everyday lives. With every issue,Yoga Journal strives to inform and empower readers to make lifestyle choices that are healthy for their bodies and minds. We are dedicated to providing in-depth, thoughtful editorial on topics such as yoga, food, nutrition, fitness, wellness, travel, and fashion and beauty.

Cuba Represent

Author : Sujatha Fernandes
ISBN : 9780822388227
Genre : Art
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In Cuba something curious has happened over the past fifteen years. The government has allowed vocal criticism of its policies to be expressed within the arts. Filmmakers, rappers, and visual and performance artists have addressed sensitive issues including bureaucracy, racial and gender discrimination, emigration, and alienation. How can this vibrant body of work be reconciled with the standard representations of a repressive, authoritarian cultural apparatus? In Cuba Represent! Sujatha Fernandes—a scholar and musician who has performed in Cuba—answers that question. Combining textual analyses of films, rap songs, and visual artworks; ethnographic material collected in Cuba; and insights into the nation’s history and political economy, Fernandes details the new forms of engagement with official institutions that have opened up as a result of changing relationships between state and society in the post-Soviet period. She demonstrates that in a moment of extreme hardship and uncertainty, the Cuban state has moved to a more permeable model of power. Artists and other members of the public are collaborating with government actors to partially incorporate critical cultural expressions into official discourse. The Cuban leadership has come to recognize the benefits of supporting artists: rappers offer a link to increasingly frustrated black youth in Cuba; visual artists are an important source of international prestige and hard currency; and films help unify Cubans through community discourse about the nation. Cuba Represent! reveals that part of the socialist government’s resilience stems from its ability to absorb oppositional ideas and values.

Wabori Traditional Japanese Tattoo

Author : Kingyo Ltd.
ISBN : 9881250749
Genre : Art
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Wabori, Traditional Japanese Tattoo is an unprecedented collection of interviews from the most prestigious and influential masters of the craft. Included are hundreds of photos from top photo journalists, as well as archival material from the masters albums. The work shown in the book spans 4 decades. The full length interviews give great insight into some of the more subterranean, underworld aspects of Japanese tattooing, as well as the technical aspects of their craft. Japanese traditional tattoos are typified by a single large narrative or symbolic subject taken from Japanese iconography, which is often embellished with other complimentary elements. The motifs used range from protagonists from folkloric tales, religious deities, to animals -- both mythical and real -- which are then complimented with flowers and maple leaves, and smaller iconography, taking into account the seasonal compatibility of the main subject. While there are many tattoo cultures all over the world, Japanese tattoos are certainly some of the most powerful, aesthetic and holistically balanced, and are nothing short of breathtaking when seen in the flesh. This book will look at the tattooing tradition that is a continuation of the Edo period tattoo culture, however, there are many regional cultures and communities that have their own culture of tattooing that have existed autonomously from the Edo traditional tattoos. Included are interviews with a woodblock artisan, and the daughter of a yakuza boss who has full body tattoos to show the perspective of a client. This book will inform people wanting to know the relation between the underworld and tattoos and how this relationship is shifting. Japanese tattoos are some of the most popular tattoo styles internationally and this book will give the reader a glimpse into a hidden and inaccessible world, described with candor from the mouths of the masters themselves. This book will be an indispensable addition to any tattoo artists or aficionados collection. This book is the result of 8 years worth of getting acquainted with, and interviewing these masters from various regions of Japan, from the South Kyushu island, to the Kansai region, to Tochigi, to Tokyo.

Masters Of Tattoo

Author : Gregor von Glinski
ISBN : 390816138X
Genre : Art
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More than eighty full-color portraits celebrate the rich variety and originality of tattoo art, presenting a close-up look at the work of masters of the art form, a brief history of the tattoo, and a listing of tattoers.

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