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Mammoth Book of New Tattoo Art (Mammoth Books) [Paperback]

Lal Hardy
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Review

Praise for The Mammoth Book of Tattoos

This chunky brick of a tome

(Backstreet Heroes 2010-02-01)

Praise for The Mammoth Book of Tattoos

Lal's stellar effort is more than worth your money

(Tattoo Master)

Book Description

The best recent tattoos and paintings of the world's leading tatoo artists

From the Back Cover

The best recent tattoos and artwork of seventy of the world's leading tattoo artists

A fantastic, all-new, third volume of tattoo art showcasing tattoos and, for the first time, original artwork from seventy international stars of tattoo art, including:

B. J. Betts, Cally-Jo, Andy Engel, Horikazu, Crispy Lennox, Niki Norberg, Oddboy, Ken Patten, Dan Smith and Chase Tafoya.

Over 500 full-colour photographs reveal how tattoo styles are changing, influenced by the use of computer-generated art in addition to traditional pencils, markers, ink and paint. The book also highlights the work of the best of the ever-increasing number of female tattoo artists.

About the Author

LAL HARDY was born in 1958 and, although widely travelled, has spent most of his time living and working around Muswell Hill, in north London, where he opened his studio, New Wave Tattoo, in 1979.
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