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Egyptian Tattoos

Author : Gregory Mirow
ISBN : 9780486288307
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
File Size : 53.70 MB
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Ten striking motifs to delight tattoo enthusiasts of all ages: an Egyptian queen, the Sphinx, a stylized beetle, lotus, birds, and more.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Body Marks

Author : Kathlyn Gay
ISBN : 076132352X
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Discusses the history of various forms of body marking, current popularity of body piercing and tattoos, how and why these are done, and some things to think about before choosing to be pierced or tattooed.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Body Piercing And Tattooing

Author : Sarah Sawyer
ISBN : 1404209476
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
File Size : 33.92 MB
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Examines the history and culture of body art, what is involved in tattooing and body piercing, and the possible health risks.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

The Tattoo Encyclopedia

Author : Terisa Green
ISBN : 1439188696
Genre : Social Science
File Size : 33.65 MB
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A unique illustrated reference on the origins and meanings of nearly one thousand tattoo symbols that serves as a guide for choosing a personal image and provides a fascinating look at the tattoo as a work of art. Tattoos continue to move into the mainstream and grow in popularity with each passing day. For people contemplating getting a tattoo, however, the choice of images can be overwhelming. A comprehensive, informative exploration of the colorful world of tattoos, The Tattoo Encyclopedia presents concise descriptions of symbols both common and unusual and sheds light on their historic, religious, and cultural significance. Organized in a convenient A-to-Z format, cross-referenced, indexed by category, and illustrated with three hundred samples of authentic tattoo line art, this book features a stunning array of images ranging from ancient Buddhist and Chinese designs to those sported by twenty-first-century bikers. The definition of each symbol includes the widely accepted interpretation based on historical fact and cultural source, as well as various interpretations that have developed across different cultures and time periods. Whether choosing a personally significant tattoo, wanting to learn more about a symbol, or simply being interested in tattoos as a form of art and body decoration, readers will discover the richness of tattoo culture in The Tattoo Encyclopedia.
Category: Social Science

Tattoos And Popular Culture

Author : Lee Barron
ISBN : 9781839092152
Genre : Social Science
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The rise of tattoos into the mainstream has been a defining aspect of 21st century western culture. Tattoos and Popular Culture showcases how tattoos have been catapulted from 'deviant' and 'alternative' subculture, into a popular culture, becoming a potent signifier of 'difference' for the millennial generation.
Category: Social Science

Arabic Tattoos

Author : Jon Udelson
ISBN : IND:30000067754246
Genre : Art
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Social sciences.
Category: Art

The World Of Tattoo

Author : Maarten Hesselt van Dinter
ISBN : IND:30000101132680
Genre : Art
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An amazing collection of images and information on the tattooing customs of all cultures that ever practised tattooing.
Category: Art

Tattoo

Author : Jack Watkins
ISBN : 9781908273741
Genre : Art
File Size : 57.52 MB
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Tattoos are artistic, rebellious, individual, tribal – and fantastically creative. Once you’ve got the ink bug, there’s no going back. This enticing book explores more than 80 tattoo designs from a wide range of cultures, providing inspiration for anyone thinking of getting a tattoo and revealing the deep meaning and anthropological history behind each one. Cultures featured include Celtic, Japanese (Ainu), Maori, Polynesian and ancient Egyptian tattoos, as well as the best of modern tattoo design. Featuring one tattoo per page, accompanied by a detailed explanation and history, Tattoo is a unique and attractive book which will appeal to men and women alike – anyone who loves tattoos or who harbours a secret desire to get inked.
Category: Art

Tattooed Mountain Women And Spoonboxes Of Daghestan

Author : Robert Chenciner
ISBN : STANFORD:36105122716306
Genre : Decoration and ornament
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Beneath the rural Islamic society in ancient villages perched among the Great Causasus Mountains, animist tattoos on women and decorations on ritual spoon boxes share symbols that are believed to protect the heart and the family. Three experts have recorded this system of folk medicine.
Category: Decoration and ornament

Egyptian Art Tattoos

Author : Marty Noble
ISBN : 0486413632
Genre : Art
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Unique and dramatic temporary tattoos feature 7 Egyptian images: King Tut's funeral mask, an elaborately ornamented sarcophagus, gods with human figures and animal faces, more.
Category: Art

Tattoo History

Author : Steve Gilbert
ISBN : 1890451061
Genre : Art
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The Tattoo History Source Book is 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. Topics covered include the first written records of tattooing by Greek and Roman authors; the dispersal of tattoo designs and techniques throughout Polynesia; the discovery of Polynesian tattooing by European explorers; Japanese tattooing; the first 19th-century European and American tattoo artists; tattooed British royalty; the invention of the tattooing machine; and tattooing in the circus. The anthology concludes with essays by four prominent contemporary tattoo artists: Tricia Allen, Chuck Eldridge, Lyle Tuttle, and Don Ed Hardy. The references at the end of each section will provide an introduction to the extensive literature that has been inspired by the ancient-but-neglected art of tattooing. Because of its broad historical context, The Tattoo History Source Book will be of interest to the general reader as well as art historians, tattoo fans, neurasthenics, hebephrenics, and cyclothemics.
Category: Art

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ISBN : UOM:39015066212187
Genre : English language
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Category: English language

Michigan Quarterly Review

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ISBN : UOM:39015071119112
Genre : Electronic journals
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Category: Electronic journals

The Art Of The Tattoo

Author : Henry Ferguson
ISBN : PSU:000033773810
Genre : Art
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Culled from the pages of the world's leading magazine on the subject, Body Art, a unique collection of more than 250 archival and specially commissioned photographs displays the work of the world's top tattoo artists and traces the history of the art.
Category: Art

Egypt In Africa

Author : Theodore Celenko
ISBN : STANFORD:36105023215226
Genre : History
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Category: History

The Meanings Of Dress

Author : Mary Lynn Damhorst
ISBN : STANFORD:36105022156629
Genre : Art
File Size : 24.82 MB
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This collection of articles from popular magazines, newspapers, books, and scholarly journals expands the reader's awareness and understanding of what dress is all about. The well-written essays illustrate essential topics, such as dress and sociology, cultural studies, consumer behavior, fashion systems, political conflict, and technological changes. Introductions to each chapter, written by the book's editors, discuss concepts and put the readings in larger perspective. Design and merchandising students will gain insight into how and why consumers buy clothing and other products related to dress and will grasp ways to forecast future trends. The book serves all interdisciplinary and multi-disciplinary course needs.
Category: Art