The Tattoo Sourcebook

The Tattoo Sourcebook

Over 500 Images for Body Decoration

Book - 2008
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Riding a wave of popularity these days, tattoos have been around for thousands of years. Evidence exists that in ancient Egypt, women were ritually tattooed, Roman slaves were marked with the words "tax paid," and cultures around the globe from Maori warriors, Tahitian emperors, and Inca elite to criminals, circus folks and the urbane hipster all sport body art in the form of the tattoo.

? Approaching the fascinating world of tattoo art from the perspective of design, The Tattoo Sourcebook offers basic instruction on designing a tattoo and hundreds of images to help you choose one that’s right for you.
? This stylish reference includes 500 traditional and modern tattoos from tribal, Asian, Aboriginal ta moko, and intricate Celtic knot work through dragons, mermaids, fairies and fantasy to motifs from the natural world.
? Each chapter offers many ideas on a wide cross-section of themes. The artwork is designed to let you create your own images or trace and enlarge one from the book.
? Along with health and safety tips for getting a tattoo, there is also information for creating designs using body paints and mehndi, for those who want to try out body art before choosing a permanent image.


Baker
& Taylor

Offers instructions on how to design a tattoo and features five hundred images to suit individual tastes and personalities.
Offers practical instructions on how to design a tattoo, as well as five hundred images to help readers select one to suit their individual tastes and personalities, featurning an array of thematically arranged traditional and modern designs, as well as health and safety tips for getting a tattoo.

Advantage Pub Group
Riding a wave of popularity these days, tattoos have been around for thousands of years. Evidence exists that in ancient Egypt, women were ritually tattooed, Roman slaves were marked with the words "tax paid," and cultures around the globe from Maori warriors, Tahitian emperors and Inca elite to criminals, circus folks and the urbane hipster all sport body art in the form of the tattoo.* Approaching the fascinating world of tattoo art from the perspective of design, The Tattoo Sourcebook offers basic instruction on designing a tattoo and hundreds of images to help you choose one that's right for you.* This stylish reference includes 500 traditional and modern tattoos from tribal, Asian, Aboriginal ta moko and intricate Celtic knot work through dragons, mermaids, fairies and fantasy to motifs from the natural world.* Each chapter offers many ideas on a wide cross-section of themes. The artwork is designed to let you create your own images or trace and enlarge one from the book.* Along with health and safety tips for getting a tattoo, there is also information for creating designs using body paints and mehndi for those who want to try out body art before choosing a permanent image.* From eBay to the hit TLC reality show Miami Ink, tattoos have never been more popular!

Publisher: San Diego, Calif. : Thunder Bay Press, c2008
ISBN: 9781592239573
1592239579
Characteristics: 255 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 18 cm
Additional Contributors: Mirza, Zaynab

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