If you’re drawn to classic body art, you’ll delight in every bold detail of this anthology of tattoo imagery! Collected by music writer Carol Clerk, this paperback traces the history of tattoos through the 19th and 20th centuries, from the ink of rebellious sailors, circus sideshow acts, and outlaw bikers to a modern following of rock musicians, design enthusiasts, and quintessentially hip characters. Featuring interviews with famed artists and collages of common themes, including triumphant ships, billowing flags, religious motifs, good luck symbols, and pin-up muses, this eye-opening compendium will captivate your imagination with possibilities for your next piece!
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- Measures 8.25 x 8.25 inches.
- 256 pages.
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