Tattoo History

Author : Steve Gilbert
ISBN : UCSC:32106016915834
Genre : Art
File Size : 48.96 MB
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An exhaustingly thorough, lavishly illustrated collection of historical records of tattooing throughout the world, from ancient times to the present. Collected together in one place for the first time are texts by explorers, journalists, physicians, psychiatrists, anthropologists, scholars, novelists, criminologists and tattoo artists. A brief essay by Gilbert sets each chapter in an historical context. Includes references at the end of each section. The author is a medical illustrator and freelance writer with a lifelong interest in tattooing.
Category: Art

Tattoo Sourcebook

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ISBN : 9781435105959
Genre : Tattooing
File Size : 47.40 MB
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Category: Tattooing

Tatau

Author : Maarten Hesselt van Dinter
ISBN : 3866630263
Genre :
File Size : 62.85 MB
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Body Piercing And Tattooing

Author : SARAH SAWYER
ISBN : 9781427086822
Genre : Health & Fitness
File Size : 56.74 MB
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Category: Health & Fitness

Ancestry Magazine

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File Size : 81.56 MB
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Ancestry magazine focuses on genealogy for today’s family historian, with tips for using Ancestry.com, advice from family history experts, and success stories from genealogists across the globe. Regular features include “Found!” by Megan Smolenyak, reader-submitted heritage recipes, Howard Wolinsky’s tech-driven “NextGen,” feature articles, a timeline, how-to tips for Family Tree Maker, and insider insight to new tools and records at Ancestry.com. Ancestry magazine is published 6 times yearly by Ancestry Inc., parent company of Ancestry.com.
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Tattoos And Indigenous Peoples

Author : Judith Levin
ISBN : 9781404218284
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
File Size : 23.94 MB
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Examines the use of tattoos in indigenous and tribal cultures. Presents information on the tattoo traditions of Japan, India, the Arctic, the Americas, Polynesia, and Oceania.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Tattoo In Japan

Author : Manami Okazaki
ISBN : 393402064X
Genre : Art
File Size : 31.60 MB
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Text in English & German. The opulently illustrated volume "Tattoo in Japan" is an impressive book about the high art of tattooing in Japan. Not solely for fans of tattoos, it's equally appealing for people who are interested in Japanese culture and art. This book will likewise delight graphic artists, fashion designers and visual artists. The art of creating long-lasting body decorations has an age-old tradition in Japan. Many parallels can be drawn between this traditional genre and classical ink paintings and woodcuts by Japanese masters. The grand master of an art is known in Japan as a "sensei": this book contains works by many of the finest and most prestigious master tattooists. These virtuosos provide inspiration and serve as role models for a younger generation of tattoo artists in their Asian homeland and abroad. Included are rare and beautifully documented works by traditional masters with their delicate and impressive full body suit tattoos, the style of which has changed very little since the Edo Period, when this art form first became popular. The art works are splendidly depicted in intimate photojournalism, where they provide silent testimony to months spent under the needles of these unparalleled masters, who explore the possibilities of their métier on and in their clients' skin. Tattoo aficionados will be familiar with the names of artists such as Horitoku, Horiyoshi III and Horiyasu, but this comprehensive book also features the diverse styles that are prominent in contemporary tattooing. The spectrum ranges from old school, to neo-traditional and contemporary styles. The volume's generously large format provides ample space for impressive photographs which artfully capture the diversity and lively creativity of Japan's contemporary tattoo scene. The visual interest is further enhanced by a successful mix of studio shots and photographs taken onsite. This lavishly illustrated book prioritises excellent printing and the best colour reproductions. Join us on a visual journey and indulge your senses in incredible imagery and colours. The book is divided into four chapters: Tokyo, Chubu (the region between Tokyo and Kyoto, with Nagoya as its capital city), Kyoto and Osaka. Tattooists in each metropolis have their own distinct styles and trends, spanning a wide spectrum from classically conservative to totally eccentric and extreme. Readers who are eager to delve more deeply into the subject will appreciate the numerous, well-researched texts about the history and background of tattooing. Rounding out the volume are interviews with grand masters, who offer exciting insights into their lives and work, as well as into the tattoo scene in general. "Tattoo in Japan" is a very special book that could only have been created thanks to a unique combination of much love, intense dedication and the utmost efforts by all its contributors. We sincerely hope you'll feel and share our enthusiasm.
Category: Art

Exklusion In Der Marktgesellschaft

Author : Daniela Klimke
ISBN : 9783531908625
Genre : Social Science
File Size : 57.77 MB
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Das Buch analysiert die Exklusionsprozesse der Gegenwart. Neben der theoretischen und begrifflichen Einordnung werden auch konkrete empirische Arbeiten zu exkludierenden sozialen Prozessen aufgezeigt.
Category: Social Science