The Sketchbook: 80 Unique Designs by the World's Finest Tattoo Artists by Nancy Heimburger - PDF and EPUB eBook

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Details of The Sketchbook: 80 Unique Designs by the World's Finest Tattoo Artists

Exact title of the book
The Sketchbook: 80 Unique Designs by the World's Finest Tattoo Artists
Book author
Nancy Heimburger
Book edition
Hardcover
Number of pages
184 pages
Language
English
Published
November 1st 2003 by Hotei Publishing
File size (in PDF)
736 kB
The Sketchbook: 80 Unique Designs by the World's Finest Tattoo Artists

Some brief overview of book

The artistic versatility of tattoo artists has frequently been overshadowed by the negativity that surrounds tattooing in general. Many tattoos are made by would-be artists who copy overused designs. A perfectly tattooed body requires the skills of a professional and talented artist, who creates a unique and personal design.

These designs are often inspired by one or more of the various tattoo styles of Japanese, Maori or other tribal origin. The Sketchbook offers the reader a selection of 80 of these unique designs by well-known and less famous, but very promising, tattoo artists from around the world. Each artist was requested to create a sketch unrestrained by commercial demands and which reflects their own personal motivations.

The book is divided into two sections: the first comprises an explanation of how this collection was brought together, along with a brief illustrated overview of the history and various styles of tattooing. The second section is devoted to the artists, each sketch being accompanied by a biography and favourite quote. The concept of this book was developed by Marco Bratt, a tattoo artist from The Netherlands, and his partner, Germanborn lifestyle photographer Nancy Heimburger, who also wrote the introductory chapter.