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Laurence King Publishing
01 June 2018
Body art & tattooing; Fashion & society
Over the past decade, tattoos have become one of the most popular forms of visual culture in the world. This lavishly illustrated book showcases the work of the most significant tattoo practitioners of our time, while mapping out the most relevant current trends and styles.

Based around strong visual material, the book includes a generous number of interviews with key characters, as well as essays that give a comprehensive vision of contemporary tattoo culture. Significant connections are also made between what is going on in tattoo culture today with seminal figures and developments in the recent past, examining how historical styles blend into new ones.
By:   Maxime Plescia-Buchi, Nick Schonberger
Imprint:   Laurence King Publishing
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Dimensions:   Height: 308mm,  Width: 226mm, 
Weight:   300g
ISBN:   9781786270757
ISBN 10:   1786270757
Pages:   528
Publication Date:   01 June 2018
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Maxime Buchi is a noted tattoo artist, and founder and editor of the highly influential tattoo magazine Sang Bleu. His tattoo studio of the same name is based in Dalston, East London. Nick Schonberger is a writer, based in New York, with extensive experience of tattoo culture.

Reviews for TTT: Tattoo

300 of the hottest designs from around the world - Daily Star; As seen on Buzzfeed, Another Man, and i news.; Incredible inkings - MailOnline; World's most elaborate tattoos shown in all their beauty - Mirror; The only coffee table book you'll ever need about inky skin - Shortlist; File under 'essential'. - Skin Deep; This excellent book is destined to have status among artists and aficionados alike. To the curious layperson, it offers a well-researched, erudite and well-written account of the history and state of the art today - The Art Newspaper

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