Tattoo

Tattoo

  1. Coordinated by Anne & Julien
  2. Sébastien Galliot
  • ISBN 9782330032463
  • 25.50 x 19.60 cm
  • PLC (no jacket)
  • 304pp
  • Illustrated in colour and black and white throughout
  • First published 2014
  • Distributed on behalf of Actes Sud

This book explores the art of tattooing and celebrates its creativity

The artists featuring in the book are world recognized. All active continents are represented: Europe, America, Asia and Oceania. All practitioners are respected by their peers for their contribution to the art. Finally there is a series of photos presenting the two most recent currents in modern tattooing, a locker room of aesthetic graphics that firmly root tattooing in the third millennium.

Alongside the presence of tattoing throughout the world for thousands of years, presented through rare artifacts, the book pays tribute to the pioneers of the modern era, those responsible for its great transformation into the mainstream.

Tattooing has become one of the most dynamic artistic currents of our era and is ever-evolving, despite the great revolutions the art has undergone. This book looks to its foremost representatives, the tattoo artists themselves.