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Juxtapoz Tattoo
Juxtapoz Art & Culture Magazine:
Juxtapoz Tattoo
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The second book in an ongoing series from the seminal West Coast art and culture magazine, Juxtapoz Tattoo focuses on a subject very dear to the inked hearts of its readers.
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Most of the featured artists came up at the beginning of Tattoo’s modern renaissance in the mid 1990’s, hungry for a new approach, but steeped nonetheless in the traditions of their craft. Whether these gifted tattooists are creating a modern twist on a classic archetype, or pushing the boundaries of the future primitives aesthetic, innovation is the common goal.

Featured tattooists include; Troy Penning, Alex McWatt, Brian Randolph and Chris O'Donnell of New York Adorned, Scott Campbell, Daniel Trocchio, Steve Boltz, Bert Krak, Henry Lewis, Joseph Ari Aloi, Jason Schroder, Eli Quinters and more.

192 pages, Hardcover, 8'' x 10'' (205 x 255 mm)
250 color illustrations, English
ISBN: 978-1-58423-288-9  $ 29.95
Contributors from A–Z:
Adam Foreman
Alex McWatt
Bert Krak
Chris O'Donnell
Daniel Trocchio
Dennis Halbriter
Eli Quinters
George Campise
Greg Rojas
Henry Lewis
Jason Goldberg
Jason Schroder
Jeff Rassier
Jeff Zuck
Jiro Yaguchi
Joseph Ari Alio
Juan Puente
Julie Becker
Kat Von D
Kore Flatmo
Luke Stewart
Mario Desa
Mark Mahoney
Mike Davis
Mike Rubendall
Mister Cartoon
Patrick Conlon
Regino Gonzales
Scott Campbell
Steve Boltz
Tim Lehi
Troy Denning
About:
Juxtapoz Art & Culture Magazine
Juxtapoz Art & Culture Magazine is a magazine created in 1994 by a group of artists and collectors in­cluding Robert Williams, C.R. Stecyk, Greg Escalante and others to both help define and celebrate urban contemporary art. Today, Juxtapoz has the largest circulation of any art magazine in the United States.
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Once again an ex­cit­ing roster of con­trib­ut­ors, pushing the boundaries. more...

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Expands on a subject very dear to the inked hearts of its readers. more...

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Titillating ex­plor­a­tions by two dozen of the most exciting artists working today. more...

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Works of art, cre­ated with lashings of pas­sion, whimsy and humor. more...

Juxtapoz Dark Arts
Juxtapoz Dark Arts
All about a new art form that aims to be unsettling and has its roots in the 20th Century. more...

Juxtapoz Photo
Juxtapoz Photo
Artists united by the Juxtapoz stamp of intriguing outsider perspectives. more...

Juxtapoz Car Culture
Juxtapoz Car Culture
Written by under­ground journalist Kevin Thomson and full of graphic auto action. more...

Juxtapoz Poster Art
Juxtapoz Poster Art
Artists stepped away from the psychedelic '60s and developed their own aesthetic more...

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Juxtapoz Illustration
A new generation of artists intent on working outside the ossified art es­tab­lish­ment... more...
How to order:
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GINGKO PRESS | POP CULTURE TATTOO ILLUSTRATION BOOK |ISBN-13: 9781584232889 | ISBN-10: 1-58423-288-9 / 1584232889