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Art by Tattooists

Beyond Flash
Laurence King Publishing

By Jo Waterhouse

8-3/4 x 8-3/4 in; 128 pp;
200 color illustrations
Paperback
August 2009
ISBN 9781856696319
ISBN10 1856696316

SKU# 9781856696319

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Tattoos and tattoo culture have gone mainstream in the last few years, with popular TV shows such as LA Ink, Miami Ink, and London Ink making celebrities out of tattooists and their clients. Highly skilled artists, many tattoois...
Art by Tattooists


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Art by Tattooists

Tattoos and tattoo culture have gone mainstream in the last few years, with popular TV shows such as LA Ink, Miami Ink, and London Ink making celebrities out of tattooists and their clients. Highly skilled artists, many tattooists have moved beyond the artwork they draw on skin to create personal work on canvas. Art by Tattooists is the first book to showcase this art.

The book features twenty-six international artists who use a variety of mediums, from ink, watercolor, acrylic paint, and oil to lino printing, painting on wood and board, and even examples of tattoo-style street art and skateboard graphics. Many of the artists are heavily influenced by the imagery they use as tattooists—roses, hearts, skulls, scrolls, birds, pin-ups, etc.—and carry this into their personal work. Other work features colors, themes, or subject matter that is more subtly related to tattoo styles.

Given the current popularity of all things tattoo-related, the book will have a wide appeal, not only to anyone interested in tattoo art and culture but also to artists, illustrators, designers, and students.

 

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8-3/4 x 8-3/4 in; 128 pp;
200 color illustrations
Paperback
August 2009
ISBN 9781856696319
ISBN10 1856696316
Jo Waterhouse is a freelance writer interested in many areas of art, including lowbrow, street, skateboarding, and tattoo art. She is the author of Concrete to Canvas: Skateboarders' Art (2005) and Concrete 2 Canvas: More Skateboarders' Art (2007) and regularly contributes to several websites and art magazines, interviewing a variety of international artists.
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