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This collection of original tribal-inspired designs includes spiked spirals, ragged curved lines, bold blackwork, henna designs, and many other stylized motifs. More than 350 patterns ready to be replicated by your tattoo artist or personalized for craft projects.
Partout dans le monde, un grand nombre de civilisations ont pratiqué à un moment ou un autre la technique du tatouage : l'ornement d'une partie du corps de dessins spécifiques indélébiles par piqûres de matières colorantes sous l'épiderme. Ce livre répertorie ces dessins sur tous les continents.
From Superior Tattoo, a unique combination of tattoo sketches in one book. This new book includes everything from modern tribal designs, To timeless stars, suns & moons. More than just the classic star or crescent moon, The sketches seen here will form the foundation for truly unique tattoos, and each is designed for easy stencil making. With multiple images spread across each of the 34 pages, this new book will be a great help for both tattoo artists and their customers.
Tattooing is a very old and spiritually respected art form that has existed in many different cultures around the world. After many centuries of not being practiced in Europe, tattooing was re-introduced to the Western world through the inhabitants of the Pacific Ocean. Beginnning in the 16th century, European explorers came across many people who practiced tattooing as an integral part of their cultures. This is the first serious study of Filipino tattoos, and it considers early accounts from explorers and Spanish-speaking writers. The text presents Filipino cultural practices connected with ancestral and spiritual aspects of tattoo markings, and how they relate to the process and tools used to make the marks. In the Philippine Islands, tatoos were applied to men and women for many different reasons. It became a form of clothing. Certain designs recognized manhood and personal accomplishments as well as attractiveness, fertility, and continuity of the family or village. Facial tattoos occurred on the bravest warriors with names that denoted particular honor. Through the fascinating text and over 200 images, including color photographs and design drawings, the deep meanings and importance of these markings becomes apparent.
More and more people are getting into body art, but how do you go about choosing a design? It is, after all, a lifetime decision that’s going to cost thousands of dollars to erase or alter? Now in paperback, 500 Tattoo Designs is the ultimate source for inspiration and guidance. Neatly organized by theme, the clearly-executed line drawings cover every conceivable subject area, from historical and traditional to modern. A variety of imagery includes native American Indian tribal symbols, Japanese and Chinese characters, arcane hieroglyphics, Gothic skulls, Celtic amulets, Maori armbands, nymphs, dragons, talismans and religious symbols. In addition to the designs, this book also includes sections on health and safety, how to choose a tattoo parlour and tattoo aftercare. Whether you want to start from scratch or elaborate on an existing tattoo, show off your design or conceal it, this book is packed with hundreds of ideas and possibilities.
An ethnography of the tattoo community, tracing the practice’s transformation from a mostly male, working-class phenomenon to one adapted and propagated by a more middle-class movement in the period from the 1970s to the present.
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