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15
2015 new books
The Women of Ink:
16 International Tattoo Artists
Ákos Bánfalvi
• In-depth interviews with 16 female tattoo artists from around the world
• Details about artists’ personal and professional experiences with 600+ photos
• From New York to Sydney, Australia, women are changing the tattoo industry and inspiring millions
Become acquainted with 16 of the world’s most talented and highly influential female tattoo artists through
interviews andmore than 600 photographs of their best work. Discover insights into their inspiration, artistic
motifs, tattooingmethods, and opinions on the state of tattoo culture today and the importance of social media
and attending conventions worldwide. In a rare break from their hard work, these women reflect on their
journeys toward achieving their dreams of becoming artists, and draw you into their universe of beauty and
acceptance. Hailing fromAustralia, the Czech Republic, Germany, Minnesota, New York, Russia, Scotland,
Slovakia, and beyond, these dedicated professionals aren’t bothered by the fact that men still outnumber
women in today’s international tattoo industry. In fact, they embrace the imbalance and focus their energies
instead on perfecting their techniques and connecting with their loyal customers.
Ákos Bánfalvi
is a well-known Hungarian journalist and principal contributor to the Hungarian
Tattoo
Magazine
and the American
InkSpired
magazine.
Size: 9" x 12" • 673 color photos • 176 pp.
ISBN: 978-0-7643-4951-5 • hard cover • $34.99
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The NewOld School:
Exploring the Modern Renaissance of Old School & Neo-Traditional Tattooing
Jakob Schultz, Photography by Peter Booker Nielsen
• Features 300-plus images of “old school” tattoos, one of the most popular styles today
• A thoughtful reminder of tradition’s ongoing impact upon today’s fast-growing tattoo art world
• Insider thoughts from 15 of the tattoo artists currently impacting the world with this style
This book focuses on the traditional (old school) style of tattooing and its ongoing impact on today’s tattoo
art. More than 300 stunning color photos are combinedwith tattoo artists’ personal explanations of why they
love to work in the traditional style, and the artistic challenges that it poses today. For the 15 tattoo artists in
this book, the essence of real and true tattooing is the traditional one: bold lines, simplemotifs, black and red
colors—tattoos built to last on the skin. From the early beginnings in the late 19th century among sailors,
traditional tattoos have been developed further by today’s tattoo artists. Neo-traditional, Americana, new
school, old school—the names are many, but all have that single common heritage: they are based on the
simple lines created on the sailors’ skins many years ago.
When journalist
Jakob Schultz
became the editor for a tattoo convention he met the best old school and
neo-traditional tattoo artists from around the world. He joined forces with photographer
Peter Booker
Nielsen
to document this current in tattooing.
Size: 11" x 8 1/2" • 317 color photos • 216 pp.
ISBN: 978-0-7643-4936-2 • hard cover • $34.99
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