Advanced Tattoo Art

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Specialty PressPub & Wholesalers, 2006 - Art - 144 pages
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No longer the domain of bikers and sailors, tattoos can now be found decorating the skin of soccer moms and white-collar executives. Tattoo art has emerged from the garage to the parlor, from the local bar to the board room. With interest in tattoos at an all-time high, the time is right for a detailed look at the art and artists who create the elaborate designs. Advanced Tattoo Art takes the reader inside the shops of ten well-known and very experienced artists spread across the country. Detailed photo sequences follow each artist through one project, from the customer's concept to the finished and colorful design. Both a how-to book and a photo-intense look at the world or tattoos, Advanced Tattoo Art includes interviews with the artists that explain not only how they do what they do, but why they create the designs.

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User Review  - angeltribal -

Great photos and play by play on the artists technique. Very valuable starting resource. Read full review

About the author (2006)

With nineteen book titles to his name, covering everything from Choppers to classic American cars, Doug Mitchel is a prolific author. In addition to his books, Doug is a regular contributor to magazines like American Iron and Barnett's Motorcycle Showcase. Though many authors rely on an outside photographer to illustrate their books and magazines articles, Doug Mitchel is a skilled photographer as well as a writer.

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