Tattoo Bible: Book Two (Paperback)

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Based on the success of Tattoo Bible Book One, ArtKulture Publishing brings to market Tattoo Bible Book Two, another unique and colorful collection of flash art. Everything is here, from skulls to tribal, Americana to the avant-garde.

Tattoo Bible Book Two includes flash images never before compiled in one single book. The artists included in this book include the very well known, and those artists who should be well known. The best known names include Kevin LeBlanc, Aaron Coleman, Bob Sims, Nate Powers, and many, many more.

Tattoo Bible Book Two, covers different styles and an endless supply of ideas. Make your own design by combining different pieces of art from within the book, or use one of the images as a stand-alone tattoo. Let this book be a supplement to your imagination. The images are represented in a range of physical sizes, some are printed two or four per page, the more intricate designs are reproduced one per page. The categories include hearts, dragons, roses, skulls, butterflies, girls, crosses, celestial, tribal, back pieces, and nautical.

Published by ArtKulture, an imprint of Wolfgang Publications, Tattoo Bible Book Two, includes more than 500 pieces of flash art. Colorful tattoo images that are useful to both the tattoo shop, and the tattoo aficionado.

About the Author


Superior Tattoo is one of the best-known and well-respected suppliers of tattoo equipment to tattoo shops all over the world. From tattoo machines to a vast array of colored inks, Superior Tattoo can supply everything a necessary for the creation of today's bright, colorful tattoos. Their unique position as a leader in the tattoo industry makes Superior Tattoo the ideal author for a book of high quality flash art.


Product Details
ISBN: 9781929133857
ISBN-10: 1929133855
Publisher: Wolfgang Publications
Publication Date: August 15th, 2010
Pages: 144
Language: English

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