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The Tattoo Studio Doors Are Closed, But The Artistic Desires Are Still Burning
An artistic journal of thoughts and completed artworks made between Jan-April 2016, in the middle of a busy tattooing lifestyle. Includes over 100 pages of various sketches, line drawings and artworks.
Created by South Australian tattooist Pablo, to help inspire those who struggle to find time to fulfil their own creative desires, this book is made to inspire every artist to pick up the pencil and start creating after hours.
As a tattooist, life balance is hard to manage, especially when it comes to art at home. The aim of this book is to inspire those struggling with balance, to see what can be achieved in a short period of time, whilst still keeping a solid work load during the day back in the studio.
Welcome to this visual diary, a book of self expression and exploration, after hours.
The vol. IV of our traditional's book contains some brilliant artworks. It includes paintings, drawings, flashes and sketches. More than 150 pieces published and the work of 49 of the best tattoo artists from around the world. It is a “bible” for all who love one of the most important tattoo styles.
144 pages, 23 x 31 cm.
This book contains a great selection of sleeves & arm tattoos, and artworks pieces. It includes tattoos, session progress, paintings, drawings and sketches. The work of 78 well-known tattoo artists and more than 300 pieces have been published. There is also a great variety of techniques, styles and genres: Realism, Black & Grey, Full Color, New School, Fantasy, Horror, Neotraditional, Oriental, Biomechanical, Dotwork & Blackwork, etc.
184 pages, 23 x 31 cm.
This book contains one of the best selection of horror artwork pieces ever seen before. It includes paintings, drawings, sketches, sculptures, photos, SFX, make up, etc. It also includes a tattoo section. 84 well-known artists are featured. There is also a great variety of techniques and styles: Realism, Surrealism, Black & Grey, Fantasy, New School, Dotwork & Blackwork, etc.
184 pages. 23 x 31 cm.
LIMITED EDITION OF 1000 books - each book is individually numbered on the inside title page.
Black & White: Volume Three featuring some of the best black and white artwork/line drawings from 400 artists from around the world. Edited and curated by Jinxi Caddel.
Front Cover by: Eugen Poe
Back Cover by: Septian Masnaputra
Dimensions: 8.5" x 11" (21.59 cm x 27.94 cm) Page Count: 304 Pages (120 gsm paper)
Cover: Softcover (260 gsm gloss laminated art card).
Slithers and Scales of Inspiration explores artistic interpretations of work by an extensive array of artists from around the world, all focusing on the themes of 'Reptiles, Amphibians, Dragons, and Dinosaurs.' With various creative mediums (tattoos, drawings, paintings, sculptures, graffiti, digital, photography, mixed media, and much more) included.
Limited Edition of 1000 copies (each copy is individually numbered) Dimensions: 8.5" x 11"
Type of cover: Hardcover
Paper: Heavy glossy art paper with metallic black gilded edges red coloured HT band with a matching red ribbon marker
It includes realism, surrealism, horror, chicano, bio, etc. Paintings, drawings and sketches.
You can find the work of more than 65 well-known tattoo artists around the world.
It has 144 pages. The size is 23,5x31cm.
Hot stamping silver on cover.
Clare November Miles has spent the last three years writing her book ‘Painted Ladies: The history of female tattoo artists in Australia’, which is the first book of its kind which seeks to show the accomplishments of outstanding Australian female tattoo artists past and present, by searching out the reason for their successes as well as the overwhelming obstacles that preclude most from achieving greatness. Interviews with historically important photos feature Australia’s pioneering female tattoo artists – some well known and others never heard of. This text also recognises and highlights a few of the amazingly talented ladies from each state who are successful in the tattoo industry. They share an honest insight into how they got started, what they love and loathe, their thoughts on tattooing, gender stereotypes, media portrayals and personal stories while helping to encourage others to strive to accomplish their dreams and aspirations.
This book features interviews with the following artists: Pioneers -Kate Witter (Brown), Cathy Felton, Kiwi Kim, Lou TatuLu Conlon, Ex de Medici, Megan Oliver, Jenny Roach, Cindy Ray / Bev Robinson, Raelene Robinson, Kay Stevenson, Jodie Thoonen, Clancy Warner, Colette Withers, Australia’s only female Aboriginal tattoo artist: Monica Kirk, Featured artists from each state: Anna Day, Mimsy Gleeson, Teniele Napoli, Emily Hansom, Jin Suk O, Bridget Tunstall, Nina Grierson-Jones, Clare Keton, Kate Knowle, Kendall Donaldson, Miss-Jade, Mahala, Jasmin Austin, Lauren Fenlon, Stacey Ann, Miriam ‘Mim’ d’Abbs, Candice Cordwell, Kai Heymer (perhaps Australia’s youngest tattoo artist starting at 6 years of age).
Virtuosos of Paint' features an all-star list of painters from around the world with beautiful displays of their work and spotlight stories about Trekell pro-team members as well. If you are an artist or an art aficionado, you will find page after page of wondrous paintings to inspire your creativity, brought to you in a beautiful full-color, hardback, coffee table-style book.
Dimensions: 8” x 10”
Type of Cover: Hardcover
Page Count: 112
Code : B113
This very special book features a 224-page collection of artist Alvin Chong's famous "blue pencil" sketches that he has been working on for the last three years. Every single page is full of inspiration, creativity and Alvin's unique style. An outstanding addition for any artists' or art aficionado's library.
“Alvin’s work is the perfect combination of loose, sharp, expressive, and accurate; simply impeccable!” - Stefano Alcantara “Alvin makes drawing look easy. The confidence of his line work appears to flow effortlessly through his fingertips - and that is the sign of a true master.”
- Chet Zar, Artist
“Alvin Chong's work comes alive with every stroke. Almost as if they were breathing. He is a true master of his craft.” - David Stoupakis, Artist
Dimensions: 7.5" x 10"
Type of cover: Softcover