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by Gregor Von Glinski

eBook Masters of Tattoo download ISBN: 390816138X
Author: Gregor Von Glinski
Publisher: Edition Stemmle; illustrated edition edition (October 1, 1998)
Language: English
Pages: 135
ePub: 1456 kb
Fb2: 1194 kb
Rating: 4.3
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Category: Art and Photo
Subcategory: Fashion

Gregor von Glinski, the photographer, travelled the world, seeking modern day tattooists, catching some of the . This coffee table book is more suited to photography enthusiasts than tattoo enthusiasts. There are very few pictures of work that is worthy of a picture book.

Gregor von Glinski, the photographer, travelled the world, seeking modern day tattooists, catching some of the oldsters and plenty of the up-and-coming artists as well. The featured tattooists include practitioners from Germany, Italy, Switzerland, Austria, England, France, Holland, and many more. There's even less information than outstanding artwork.

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Product Description Himself a great admirer of the art of the tattoo, the young German photographer Gregor von Glinski has spent years on the trail of the masters of the craft, portraying them vividly in words and photographs. Unlike the old-guard skin engravers - often sailors who had retired from a life at sea - today's tattoo artists offer their clients individuality. Anything is possible - graffiti, fairytales, horror, kitsch, and comic figures, whatever people like.

Gregor von Glinski, the photographer, travelled the world, seeking modern day tattooists, catching some . tattoo-photography to the level of fine-art. If you can't hit all the international conventions, this book can help you explore the world tattoo scene.

Gregor von Helmersen (11 October 1803 – 15 February 1885) was a Baltic German geologist. He received an engineering training and became major-general in the corps of Mining Engineers

Gregor von Helmersen (11 October 1803 – 15 February 1885) was a Baltic German geologist. He received an engineering training and became major-general in the corps of Mining Engineers. In 1837 he was appointed professor of geology in the Mining Institute at Saint Petersburg of which he was also director. In 1839, along with Karl Ernst von Baer, he founded the first serial natural scientific publication in Russia known as Beiträge zur Kenntniss des Russischen Reiches.

More than eighty full-color portraits celebrate the rich variety and originality of tattoo art, presenting a close-up look at the work of masters of the art form, a brief history of the tattoo, and a listing of tattoers.
Comments: (4)
Mave
If you enjoy formally-styled, oversize art books, and you like tattoos, you may want to add this to the coffee table in your living room. Gregor von Glinski, the photographer, travelled the world, seeking modern day tattooists, catching some of the oldsters and plenty of the up-and-coming artists as well. Rounding out the group of plates are models bearing the artists' favorites pieces. The featured tattooists include practitioners from Germany, Italy, Switzerland, Austria, England, France, Holland, and many more. If you can't hit all the international conventions, this book can help you explore the world tattoo scene.
Ximinon
This coffee table book is more suited to photography enthusiasts than tattoo enthusiasts. There are very few pictures of work that is worthy of a picture book. There's even less information than outstanding artwork. For $..., you'd be much better off getting a couple subscriptions to magazines, such as Skin & Ink and International Tattoo Art.
Beazekelv
When I spend $40 on a book, I should be compelled to pick it up more than once. Unfortunately that was not the case with this book. The photos were taken of average to below average subject matter, you can see more interesting tattoos in a $5 tattoo magazine.
grand star
Well, there was some good pictures, but a lot of useless ones as well. Also, the was a few blank pages mixed in throughout. A decent book, for a cheaper price