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body art/tattoo techniques & flash design
The Great Book of Tattoo.
Spider Webb. Vintage
photographs display hundreds of people decorated
with thousands of tattoos, from the 1800s through the
1980s and includes images of love, military, religious,
and tribal markings. Sailor boys, circus performers, and
lovely daring women.
Sailor Jerry’s Tattoo Stencils.
Kate Hellen-
brand. A sizeable portion of American tattoo
master Sailor Jerry Collins of Hawaii’s sten-
cils, spanning from the 1940s to the 1970s.
Sailor Jerry’s Tattoo Stencils II.
Kate Hel-
lenbrand. Celebrate “Sailor Jerry” Collins of
Honolulu, Hawaii, in a second volume with
hundreds of his line works.
Size:9"x12"•338 tattoostencils•80pp.
Flash from the Bowery: Classic
American Tattoos, 1900-1950.
White. Images of the original acetate
rubbings from Charlie Wagner’s turn
of the 20th century tattoo shop, The
Black Eye Barbershop, in the Bowery
at Chatham Square in New York. The
imagery of this classic flash preserves the
origins of American tattoos, when tattoo
art was transferred to the client from
these templates via an acetate stencil. •Size:113/4"x9"•900+b/w images
•400pp.• ISBN:978-0-7643-3928-8•hardcover•$99.99•
Schiffer LTD.
Traditional American Tattoo Design:
Where It Came Fromand Its Evolution.
Swallow. With 265 original tattoo flash sheets,
and text written by a working tattoo artist, this
book takes readers through the evolution of
tattoo art in America. Military, religious, figural,
animal, and nature themes are displayed among
the many hundred designs. Individual artists are
listed, along with others who altered designs.
Stoney Knows How: Life as a Sideshow
Tattoo Artist.
Alan Govenar. Step into the
world of carnival freaks, and meet a man who
lived and loved it. Leonard “Stoney” St. Clair
associated himself with various sideshow acts,
and bestowed his talents on any willing flesh.
Tattooing New York City: Style and Con-
tinuity in a Changing Art Form.
McCabe. From the birthplace of the electric
tattoo machine, artists have helped to define
technical and artistic values intrinsic to the art
form. Colorful interviews and images make this
a fascinating glimpse into New York’s unique
tattoo culture.
body art/tattoo techniques
Basic Tattooing Techniques.
Brian Johnson.
The basic techniques of electric tattooing in an
easy to follow, step-by-step way. This is the
perfect book to accompany the hands-on training
the apprentice tattooer receives, and will be a
welcomed reference book in every tattooer’s
library. It covers sanitation concerns, preparation
of the site, outlining, shading, and coloration.
Bandaging and aftercare is also discussed.
Permanent Makeup and Reconstructive
. Eleonora Habnit. Provides detailed
tattooartists,andthosewhowantto improvetheir
Size: 8 1/2" x 11" • 179 color photos, 46 b/w illus-
Body art/tattoo flash design
Italian Tattoo Flash: The Best of Times
Stizzo, Max Brain, & Silvio
Pellico. Stizzo, the proud owner of Best of
Times Tattoo, presents the best work to
come out of his famous parlor in Milan in
the form of beautiful flash, and provides
an intimate look into the house artists in
action. On textured paper, the vibrant art
and bold designs look just as outstanding
on artificial surfaces as they would on skin.
Street Shop Tattoo Stencils: Creating New
Designs for Skin Art.
Brian Johnson & Chris
Alexander. Learn step-by-step how to create and
apply tattoo stencils. A gallery of contemporary
tattoo design of Old School, New School and New
Old School styles have driven tattoo design to a
new level. The authors are professional tattoo
artists who live in Southeastern Pennsylvania.
Classic Flash in Five Bold Colors.
Jeromey “Tilt” McCulloch. Theextensive
heritage of American tattooing reinter-
preted by today’s leading artists, using
classiccolors inretroandnewstyles.Over
640 fullcolorexamplesof tattoodesigns
legends Stoney St. Claire, Burchett, Cap
James and others.
Size:11"x81/2"•640 images•112pp.
Classic Flash 2: In 5 Bold Colors.
Jeromey “Tilt” McCulloch. In more than
100 pieces of flash, Tattoo Tilt and his
collaborators celebrate the lineage of
tattoo artists who have paved the way
and look forward to the future of tat-
tooing. The flash in this second volume
continues to explore the importance of
the origin and essential foundations of
tattooing while making its own mark
on the visual history of this folk art.
Size:11"x81/2"•118color images•112pp.
Life & Death in Tattoo Flash.
Norrell. In this tattoo art story, artist Christopher
Norrell has engaged in an ongoing challenge with
his craft in which he hates his own work enough
to do it over and over until it is right. Thematically
this is manifested in a struggle between life and
death, good and evil, using images of the Angel
of Death, predatory animals, skulls, phoenixes,
birds, and flowers.
A is for Anchor: A Tattoo Alphabet.
A is for Anchor
is a delightful illustrat-
ed alphabet inspired by classic images from
traditional Western tattoo designs. With its
retro, folk art charm and engaging verse,
A is
for Anchor
is designed to appeal to parents
looking for a different type of alphabet book
for their children as well as fans of tattoo art
and illustrated books. Complete with a special
alphabet poster, this is a great book for all ages.
Size:9"x12"•58color illustrations•56pp.
Spider Webb’s Classic Tattoo Flash
Spider Webb. 400 color and black
and white images of Spider Webb’s
innovative tattoo flash, in two volumes,
feature dragons and other mythological
beasts, skulls, eagles, beautiful women,
hearts, daggers, serpents, and tigers of
the natural and supernatural worlds.
Many tattoos may be seen as social and
political commentary as well.
ISBN:978-0-7643-3078-0 •softcover•$25.00
Spider Webb’s Classic Tattoo Flash
Spider Webb. 400 color and black
and white images of Spider Webb’s
innovative tattoo flash, in two volumes,
feature dragons and other mythological
beasts, skulls, eagles, beautiful women,
hearts, daggers, serpents, and tigers of
the natural and supernatural worlds.
Many tattoos may be seen as social and
political commentary as well.
Spider Webb’s Angels: Ink From Above.
Spider Webb. Over 270 images of angels are
presented here. Angelic women, men, children,
and cherubs will provide readers with heavenly
inspiration. These images are presented both as
127 black and white line drawings and rendered
in color, making them both beautiful and instruc-
tive for fellow tattoo artists and admirers. While
classical renderings influence these images, they
all have Spider Webb’s unique flare.
Spider Webb. Dragons have in-
spired fantasy, fear, and heroism. Re-known
tattoo artist Spider Webb has been tracing
their images in ink and oil, on skin and parch-
ment, for decades, and here gathers the best
of his imagery for an inspiring look at the
mythical realms of this fantastic creature.
Flash Dragons: The Art of Spider Webb.
Spider Webb. Here are eighty dragons you have
never seen before. Well known for his tattoo
imagery, Spider Webb takes the dragon myths
of many cultures and gives them a modern twist
that resonates with twenty-first century viewers.
Captured in lead, ink, acrylic, and mixed media.
Butterfly Flash.
Spider Webb. Hundreds
of beautifully rendered butterflies parade
endless color and pattern variations. Tat-
too artists and graphic designers will find
inspiration in these perforated pages, each
a signed work of art.
Size:81/2"x11"•100color illus.•96pp.
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