Mitch O'Connell Tattoos

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Last Gasp, 2007 - Art - 264 pages
Collects 250 tattoo designs by Mitch O'Connell‚ "‚ "The best of his three sets of tattoo flash: "Stewed, Screwed and Tattooed," "Done While Drunk," and "From the Bottom of the Barrel." Mitch O'Connell's art is reminiscent of the Old School Tattoo Art, from masters such as Sailor Jerry Collins and Don Ed Hardy; but it uses a more contemporary sense of themes, along with O'Connell's distinctive style. A runaway best-seller, this book has garnered more tattoo industry praise than any other in recent memory.

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About the author (2007)

World aclaimed artist of all things fast, hot and sexy!Mitch O'Connell is the leader of the "Lowbrow" art movement. Inspired by Pin-ups, hot-rods, comics, sideshows and all things kitsch, cuddly and curvaceous, he takes the vintage and makes it contemporary with his distinctive eye-poping riveting pop art imagery. His work has been featured in magazines from Newsweek to Playboy, used in the world of rock 'n' roll with groups from The Ramones to Moby, utilized in advertising campaigns for major companies from McDonalds to Coca-Cola and his fine art paintings have been exhibited worldwide.

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