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Tattoo Masters Flash Collection - Part 1

Tattoo Masters Flash Collection - Part 1

Code: B95

 

Enjoy two thrilling tattoo-flash books! Part 1 on this page, part 2 on the next page.
These two tomes rank among the best and most extravagant flash–books that have
ever been published. Edition Reuss, well-known and renowned for its collector’s items,
once again comes up with astounding, heavy coffee-table books that set standards.
TATTOO MASTERS FLASH COLLECTION – PART I begins with with a fascinatingly writen
foreword to the development of tattoo-flash, followed by a detailed interview with tattoo
legend Don Ed Hardy, who, besides lending his own flash-sheets from his personal archive,
provided rarities from the pioneer days of tattooing. Those sheets include flash by "Sailor"
Jerry Collins, Owen Jensen, Joe Lieber and "Pop" Eddy and Bert Grimm, amongst the
most famous tattooists of the early 20th century.
The extensive collection of flash that follows is unique! The illustrations and drawings
have been made exclusively for this collection, and have been produced by contemporary
tattoo artists who rank among the best in the world. Every artist presents his work in his
own style. This explosion of fanciful crossover flash styles will make the any tattooist's
heart beat faster.
TATTOO MASTERS FLASH COLLECTION – PART I offers works by Horioshi III, Don Ed Hardy,
Gau Bin, Jondix , Will Tatuwill, Kowhey, Tim Hendricks, Brian Everett, Big Capone, Genko, Alex
Horikitsune Reinke, Zele, Dong Dong, Pablo Xno, Steve Goodspeed, Rogerio Snappy Gomez,
Buddha Yang, Frank Chavez, Julio Villalobos, Doug Hardy, Elle Festin, Eddy Reyes Sr., Tomasi
Sulu’ape, K.C. Angel, Jared Leathers, Buzzy Jenkins, Hailin Fu, Michael Aul, Sanya Youalli, El
Whyner, Yushi Takei, Henri B, Enrique Castillo and many more.
Summary:
- Authors: Edgar Hoill and Matthias Reuss
- Foreword to the history of flash
- Interview with with Don Ed Hardy
- Historical flash-sheets from the "Don Hardy Archive"
- Flash-book in large-scale panorama format, 28 x 46 cm
- Flash-sheets by 78 renowned international tattoo artists
- Collection of 140 large size flash-artworks
- 168 pages of premium print
- Printed on extra high-quality thick paper
- Exclusive, durable metal spiral binding
- Flash sheets lying flat when open
- Thick front and back cover (like hard-cover book!)

Enjoy two thrilling tattoo-flash books! Part 1 on this page, part 2 on the next page. These two tomes rank among the best and most extravagant flash–books that have ever been published. Edition Reuss, well-known and renowned for its collector’s items, once again comes up with astounding, heavy coffee-table books that set standards.

TATTOO MASTERS FLASH COLLECTION – PART I begins with with a fascinatingly writen foreword to the development of tattoo-flash, followed by a detailed interview with tattoo legend Don Ed Hardy, who, besides lending his own flash-sheets from his personal archive, provided rarities from the pioneer days of tattooing. Those sheets include flash by "Sailor" Jerry Collins, Owen Jensen, Joe Lieber and "Pop" Eddy and Bert Grimm, amongst the most famous tattooists of the early 20th century. The extensive collection of flash that follows is unique! The illustrations and drawings have been made exclusively for this collection, and have been produced by contemporary tattoo artists who rank among the best in the world. Every artist presents his work in his own style. This explosion of fanciful crossover flash styles will make the any tattooist's heart beat faster.

TATTOO MASTERS FLASH COLLECTION – PART I offers works by Horioshi III, Don Ed Hardy, Gau Bin, Jondix , Will Tatuwill, Kowhey, Tim Hendricks, Brian Everett, Big Capone, Genko, Alex Horikitsune Reinke, Zele, Dong Dong, Pablo Xno, Steve Goodspeed, Rogerio Snappy Gomez, Buddha Yang, Frank Chavez, Julio Villalobos, Doug Hardy, Elle Festin, Eddy Reyes Sr., Tomasi Sulu’ape, K.C. Angel, Jared Leathers, Buzzy Jenkins, Hailin Fu, Michael Aul, Sanya Youalli, El Whyner, Yushi Takei, Henri B, Enrique Castillo and many more.

Summary:

- Authors: Edgar Hoill and Matthias Reuss
- Foreword to the history of flash
- Interview with with Don Ed Hardy
- Historical flash-sheets from the "Don Hardy Archive"
- Flash-book in large-scale panorama format, 28 x 46 cm
- Flash-sheets by 78 renowned international tattoo artists
- Collection of 140 large size flash-artworks
- 168 pages of premium print
- Printed on extra high-quality thick paper
- Exclusive, durable metal spiral binding
- Flash sheets lying flat when open
- Thick front and back cover (like hard-cover book!)

$195.00

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Tattoo Masters Flash Collection - Part 2

Tattoo Masters Flash Collection - Part 2

Code: B96

TATTOO MASTERS FLASH COLLECTION – Part 2 starts with an interview with tattooist and exceptional artist Filip Leu. The whole of the "Leu family clan" has contributed fantastic flash artwork. Another exciting interview with Piotr Wojciechowski, director of the "Polish Tattoo Museum", offers an interesting insight into the world of tattooing in eastern Europe. As a special highlight for the book he provided impressive historical flash-sheets from the pioneer days of tattooing! Names like "Sailor" Jerry Collins, Ray Emms, Milton Zeis, Ted Hamilton and Leonard St. Clair sound like music to the ears of tattoo aficionados – music of days gone by.

The extensive collection of flash that follows is unique! The illustrations and drawings have been made exclusively for this collection, and have been produced by contemporary tattoo artists who rank among the best in the world. Every artist presents his work in his own style. This explosion of fanciful crossover flash styles will make the any tattooist's heart beat faster.

Part 2 includes works by Mouse Lopez, Espi, Leo Zulueta, Luke Atkinson, Dan Sinnes, Trojan, Felix Leu, Colin Dale, Filip Leu, Chee, Indio Reyes, Jess Yen, Tommy Cyklone Garcia, Naoki, Goethe Silva, Lucio Ramirez, Rick Clark, Krazy K, Olivier Julliand, Kurt Wiscombe, Bale Sineros, Ade Itameda, Chris Ayala, Andy Shou, Jean-Luc Navette, Brent McCown, Horitaka, Diego Garcia, Dimitri Hk, Paulo Manabe, Pepe Nueva York, Taku Oshima, Marcos Adame and many others.

Summary:

- Authors: Edgar Hoill and Matthias Reuss
- Interview with Filip Leu, and flash-art of the "Leu family"
- Interview with Piotr Wojciechowski
- Historical flash-sheets from the "Polish Tattoo Museum"
- Flash-book in large-scale panorama format, 28 x 46 cm
- Flash-sheets by 76 renowned international tattoo artists
- Collection of 140 large size flash-artworks
- 168 pages of premium print
- Printed on extra high-quality thick paper
- Exclusive, durable metal spiral binding
- Flash sheets lying flat when open
- Thick front and back cover (like hard-cover book!)

$195.00

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Black Tattoo Art

Black Tattoo Art

Code: B44

This amazing book is a photographic journey across the globe – from Borneo to Belgium, Argentina to Athens, New York to New Zealand and beyond – in search of avant-garde tattoo art that pays homage to the ancient roots of tattooing in their contemporary interpretations. No other publication has curated the work of so many esteemed international tattooists working in black ink and gathered them into one compre-hensive volume. The journey begins with a look at the history of tattooing before featuring black tattoo portfolios divided into the following chapters: Neotribal, Dotwork, Art Brut, Traditional Revival and Thai/Buddhist. Large Format 24.5 x 31.5 cm, 536 pages, over 500 photographs in full colour, Hardcover thread-bound with silver embossing, Texts in German and English.

$50.00

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Tattoo in Japan

Tattoo in Japan

Code: B45

The opulently illustrated volume "Tattoo in Japan" is an impressive book about the high art of tattooing in Japan. Not solely for fans of tattoos, it's equally appealing for people who are interested in Japanese culture and art. This book will likewise delight graphic artists, fashion designers and visual artists. Large Format 24.5 x 31.5 cm, 336 pages, more than 250 photographs, hardcover thread bound with silver embossing. Texts in German and English.

What Journalists Say about “Tattoo in Japan”
5 Star Review for "Tattoo in Japan" at amazon.com.
This book is by far the best book I have ever looked at on the topic. It might be a little pricey but its so worth it. I have many books on Japanese tattooing and this one blows them all out of the water. Do not hesitate to buy. When I got this book in the mail I was so surprised, it is huge, heavy and beautiful. This is a must have for anyone interested in Japanese tattooing.
(customer review of "Jamie Wattum")

$130.00

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Kalinga Tattoo: Ancient and Modern Expressions of the Tribal

Kalinga Tattoo: Ancient and Modern Expressions of the Tribal

Code: B46

This is a photographic masterpiece that explores the vanishing art of Kalinga tribal tattooing in the remote mountains of the northern Philippines. Combining the visionary talents of numerous international photographers and the words and stories of nearly fifty Kalinga elders, Kalinga Tattoo is the first book to tell the story of this incredibly rich tradition of indigenous body art that is believed to be 1,000 years old. Here’s a rare trove of tattoo motifs, variations and interpretations which can reveal new perspectives for every interested tattooist. Large Format 24.5 x 31.5 cm, 424 pages, 334 photographs in full color, Hardcover thread-bound title with gold embossing. Texts in German and English.

$50.00

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Black & Grey Tattoo - 3 Book Set

Black & Grey Tattoo - 3 Book Set

Code: B47

BLACK & GREY TATTOO 1-3 is a mammoth work. Comprising over a thousand pages and weighing 10kg (22 lbs), it is one of the largest – if not the largest – tattoo book ever published! Its three large-format volumes are contained inside a lavish and sturdy hardcover box. "BLACK & GREY TATTOO explores a monochrome art form through a kaleidoscope of the most widely diverse interpretations and craftsmanly techniques, performed by tattoo artists from all parts of the world."

This tattoo tome explores the origins of black & grey tattooing — from the prisons and streets of LA to its contemporary resonance on Hollywood’s red carpets, at heavy metal music fests, and in private ateliers from Budapest to Beijing. While rendered in just shades of grade, the spectrum of design is vast: Aztec warriors, fierce harpies, family portraits, religious icons and permanent shrines to celebrities adorn these pages. The common thread among them all is their inventive exposition and mastery of execution.

Black & Grey Tattoo is divided into three parts: Traditional Black & Grey, Dark/Horror, and Photorealism. Indeed, there’s cross-pollination among the different styles, but the breakdown isn’t just for easier lifting of this monster collection. It is to show how tattoos with similar stylistic elements are interpreted differently by stellar artists around the world. The book also presents the fine art — including paintings and charcoals — of many of those featured, although the tattoos themselves should be considered fine art.

Mammoth 3 volume: Large-format hardcover books, 24.5 x 31.5 cm, covers with silver embossing, total of 1008 pages.

(BLACK & GREY TATTOO 1 – Traditional; 336 pages)
(BLACK & GREY TATTOO 2 – Dark/Horror; 400 pages)
(BLACK & GREY TATTOO 3 – Photorealism; 272 pages)

More than 860 full-color photographs, This 10 kg (22lb) heavyweight, comes in a sturdy high-quality hardcover box inside a carrier case, Texts in German, English & Spanish.

What Journalists Say
SKIN DEEP (United Kingdom)
”Frankly, this is the motherlode of all tattoo art books. There will be no discussion on this – ever. One volume alone is enough to wipe-out a good few hours of your life – three is incredible. In total, it clocks in at over 1000 pages and weights more than a medium sized dog complete with slip-case.”

$150.00

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Color Tattoo Art

Color Tattoo Art

Code: B53

Comics, Cartoon, Pin Up, Manga, New School

List of tattoo artists in this book:

Joe Capobianco, Genko, Fred Laverne, Bammer, Daveee, Woodpecker, Josh Woods, Steph D., Dimitri, Gunnar, Kristel Oreto, Eva Schatz, Jime Litwalk, Kowhey, Broda, Slawek, May, Tony Ciavarro, Tiraf, Holly Azzara, Ed Perdomo, Jee, Ulrich Krammer, King Rat, Leo, Joako, Sean Herman, Naoki, Fide, Electric Pick, Leah Moule, Jesse Smith, Morof, Jason Stephan, Kozuru, Ivana, Dave Fox, Gerrit Termaat, Peter Bobek, Scott Olive, Kosei, Olivier.

This breathtaking volume COLOR TATTOO ART presents 42 of the world’s best tattoo artists for Comics, Cartoon, Pin-Up, Manga and New School. The book is dedicated to graphic, animated tattoos as well as the fine art of tattooists. Many of the impressive color tattoos are shown full page. In addition you will find a rich selection of scetches, paintings and artwork.

Today the color tattoo styles are blurring and evolving at a great pace, these highly saturated “color bombs” are moving in different directions, defying easy classification with a catchy title. Color Tattoo Art is a wondrous and wild ride around the world and a great source book to inspire your own imagination.

Author: Marisa Kakoulas
Large format 24.5 x 31.5 cm
496 pages, texts English, German, French
About 580 images printed in full color, hard cover

$50.00

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Chinese Tattoo Art

Chinese Tattoo Art

Code: B54

Tradition and Modern Styles

"Chinese Tattoo Art” is the world’s first comprehensive documentation of the art of tattooing in China and Taiwan. Its fascinating images exemplify the artful diversity of Chinese tattooing and its common motifs, which are largely inspired by ancient myths and legends. The meanings behind many of these motifs are explored in an illustrated chapter that delves into their symbolism, history and mythology. Chinese tattoo artists have outstandingly developed their own unique style and expression. Many of the tattooists presented in the book are also gifted draftsmen: their dynamic sketches of dragons, tigers, lotus blossoms, serpents, demons and so much more are inspiring.

The Chinese culture favors bright, vibrant, cheerful colors. This is also reflected in the masterful artworks by these tattooists. The preference for particular colors in China gives these creations their own special appeal. But Oriental tattooists are also masters of the “black and grey” style, which is often used in China, as it is in the West, for sinister visions of horror motifs as well as portraits. “Chinese Tattoo Art” is a weighty volume offering a grand overview and profound insight into tattooing in China and Taiwan, enabling professional tattooists around the world to expand their knowledge and spectrums of motifs, and inspiring future tattoos of collectors.

Authors: Fino Huang and Roxanne Yang
Large format 24.5 x 31.5 cm
496 pages, texts in English, German, French, Chinese
More than 435 photographs printed in full color
Hard cover thread-bound

$50.00

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Latino Tattoo Art

Latino Tattoo Art

Code: B55

Tattoo-Inspired Chicano, Maya, Aztec and Mexican Styles

Edgar Hoill, the co-author of the much-praised tattoo trilogy “Black & Grey Tattoo 1-3,” presents the ”Latino Art Collection – Tattoo Inspired Chicano, Maya, Aztec and Mexican Styles” a globally unique compilation of motifs from the ambiance of Latin American culture. This lavishly illustrated large-format volume features the work of artists and tattooists who rank among the best that the scene has to offer. They come from the Chicano scene in Los Angeles and elsewhere in California, as well as from Mexico and Europe.

Their sketches and pictures are an impressive compendium and source of inspiration, a captivating mixture of Chicano styles, inspired by Aztec imagery and Mayan art, along with contemporary Mexican motifs that have never before been shown in this way. This weighty photo book is the ideal work for tattooists who are searching for new visual inspirations and ideas. Creative individuals from the genres of art, fashion and design will likewise find diverse and stimulating ideas and inspiration here. Life and death are the leitmotifs of these powerful Latino-inspired pictorial creations: art from Mi Vida Loca (My Crazy Life) to the Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead), plus lowriders and religious iconography.

Author: Edgar Hoill
Large format 27 x 31.5 cm
300 pages, texts in English, German, Spanish, French
More than 250 illustrations of 90 artists
Printed in B&W and full color
Hardcover thread-bound

$130.00

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Traditional Tattoo in Japan Horikazu

Traditional Tattoo in Japan Horikazu

Code: B74

Traditional Tattoo in Japan: HORIKAZU. Lifework of the Tattoo Master from Asakusa in Tokyo

This book is a highlight for all fans of tattoo, and Japan as well! Photographer Martin Hladik attended the Japanese tattoo master Horikazu with his camara for years, and he presents now the lifework of a remarkable tattoo artist in spectacular images. With this book, comprising scant 500 pages with more than 460 pictures you are diving into the still hidden world of traditional Japanese tattooing.

Interviews with the late master (2011) and his successor Horikazuwaka provide virtually intimate insights into the art of tattooing in Asakusa, and give a glance of the protagonists of a recognized dynasty of tattoo artists. Functioning and techniques of this handicraft are shown in-depth. Furthermore you will experience the fascinating esthetics, and the complex conception of motifs in traditional Japanese tattoos – displayed in gorgeous photographs, from Koi to Kabuki, from Buddha to Benzaiten. Anyone of the tattoos reproduced is one of a kind, it was exclusively created for the wearer, and made by hand.

More highlights come with pictures of the personal, and familial life of the master. You may visit his studio, and watch him tattoo his clients. The present selection of not previously published designs is a true rarity! Downright sensational, and uniqe up to date is a series of full-page pictures of Horikazu’s clients, presenting their full body tattoos openly and with self-confidence. Total works of art of an ingenious artist, stung into the skin, lasting an eternity. HORIKAZU is an iconographical benchmark, and contains a fully comprehensive account of traditional Japanese tattooing.

The illustrous Sanja festival in Asakusa is displayed in stirring images from past and presence. Finally photographs from Horikazu’s funeral reveal another aspect of Japanese tradition, where the closest friends pay their last respects to the master.

Text input from qualified authors provides access to the secretive world of images of Japanese tattoo art. Tattooists, tattoo fans and any art lover will certainly be thrilled by this unrivaled illustrated book.

$150.00

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