TATTOOS

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  1. Take What You Can ... Give Nothing Back

    Take What You Can ... Give Nothing Back

    $30.00

    Over the past ten years Martin LaCasse has created an amazing collection of artwork. His art redefines the universal themes and visual language of the tattoo, through a fine art interpretation. Learn More
  2. Tabu Tattoo #58

    Tabu Tattoo #58

    $6.99

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    XXX Tattoos, Erotic Body Art. Learn More
  3. Suits Made To Fit

    Suits Made To Fit

    $29.95

    An amazing book of art based on/influenced by full-body tattoos. Learn More
  4. Smile Hon: Skin Deep

    Smile, Hon, You're In Baltimore!: Skin Deep

    $3.00

    'Tattoos tell stories, even when they don't. They speak of who we are, where we've been, where we're going. They demarcate (or, sometimes, establish solidarity between) both the viewer and the body in question, to which the photographs, poetry and prose within the pages of Skin Deep will attest.' - from the introduction Learn More
  5. Skin Deep #242

    Skin Deep #242

    $8.99

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    The UK's Best Selling Tattoo Magazine! Learn More
  6. Skin Art #160

    Skin Art #160

    $7.99

    Your #1 Design Source. Learn More
  7. Skin And Ink Magazine #156

    Skin And Ink Magazine #156

    $8.99

    The Tattoo Magazine. Learn More
  8. Science Ink

    Science Ink: Tattoos of the Science Obsessed

    $24.95

    Body art meets popular science in this elegant, mind-blowing collection, written by renowned science writer Carl Zimmer. Learn More
  9. The Savage Samurai

    Savage Samurai: Warrior Prints 1800-1899 by Kuniyoshi, Yoshitoshi And Others (Ukiyo-e Master Series)

    $49.95

    MUSHA-E ("warrior pictures”) constitute one of the major and most dynamic sub-genres of ukiyo-e, the populist art of 19th century Japan. Learn More
  10. Samurai And Tiger Wars

    Samurai And Tiger Wars: Art by Kuniyoshi and Others (Ukiyo-e Master Series)

    $34.95

    As the creation of Japanese woodblock prints grew in popularity in the late Edo period, tigers could be found in the designs of many important ukiyo-e artists, either alone or shown in conflict with legendary Japanese warriors and tiger-hunters such as Kato Kiyomasa, “conqueror” of Korea. Learn More

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