(2024) TATTOO YOU: A NEW GENERATION OF ARTISTS

$49.99

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Description

A cutting-edge illustrated survey of 75 contemporary tattoo artists from around the world who are pushing the boundaries of their art form.

With nearly 700 images, Tattoo You: A New Generation of Artists showcases 75 rising stars who are redefining the industry. The first book of its kind, Tattoo You features artists curated by a global panel of experts, including some of tattooing’s most important names, such as Lars Krutak, Grace Neutral, Claudia De Sabe, Matt McCormick, Tamara Santibañez, Lal Hardy, Marisa Kakoulas, Matt Lodder, Tann Koga (Ink the Diaspora), and Jay Freestyle. Alice Snape is the author of the Introduction (where I am mentioned).

Each artist is accompanied by a selection of images illustrating their work, alongside an in-depth profile that delves into their influences, creative process, and how they are transforming the tattoo world. From minimal, blackwork, and Neo-Traditional tattoos to stick-and-poke and cultural and Indigenous practices, Tattoo You spans all styles and techniques, offering an inside look into how artists around the world work today, while simultaneously providing glimpses of tattooing’s future as an innovative, accessible, and revolutionary art form.

PRODUCT DETAILS

This is an extra NEW copy and I was one of the curators for the project (my bio appears in back). I am happy to sign this book to you as a keepsake or gift. Just let me know!

Description

    • 312 pages
    • 8.75 x 1.13  x 11.8  inches (large format)
    • Illustrated with more than 650 color images
    • ISBN-13: 978-1838667566
    • Hard Cover (in original shrink wrap)
    • 4.36 pounds
    • Phaidon Press
    • USA orders ONLY or contact me for international shipments
    • $7.99 Flat Rate Shipping per book 

“Among the nominators are…anthropologist Lars Krutak, who has dedicated his life to the study of cultural tattooing practices of traditional and Indigenous communities.”