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By Lal Hardy

This all-new selection of thousands of full-color photos gains the paintings of greater than 70 major tattoo artists from around the globe, together with superstars equivalent to Hannah Aitchison, Paul sales space, Chris Garver, Corey Miller. realize photos of awesome, summary “tribal” items, complex air-brushed designs, all-over “body suits,” “sleeves,” and complicated, precise motifs.

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346 ROBERT PHO 348 ROBERT PHO C ecil Porter Cecil Porter has been tattooing professionally for roughly 5 years. “My target is to provide each consumer an excellent tattoo, yet greater than that, for them to go away considering that they obtained their money’s worthy and had a good time. i attempt to make clients consider as if they're previous acquaintances, and to gain that it may be a enjoyable event. I try to stick hungry and recuperate for all time. so long as I proceed to like what I do and the folk I tattoo I’ll maintain doing it. ” Cecil thank you Lal Hardy and all the tattooists who got here prior to. “Without them construction the root we wouldn’t have the we've got this present day. ” 352 CECIL PORTER 354 CECIL PORTER 357 L ucy Pryor Lucy has been tattooing for 11 years and has spent the final six years at Into You Tattoo, London. She travels up to she will: “It’s motivating and encouraging to paintings in different studios. I’ve visible a few notable areas and met a few actually brilliant humans. ” 358 LUCY PRYOR LUCY PRYOR 361 363 D an Rooke “I have consistently been inventive and enjoyed to attract and paint from a tender age. After learning paintings and layout at school for 3 years I rejected a college position that allows you to proceed a occupation in tattooing. i'm a thoroughly self-taught tattoo artist and feature now been tattooing for round 3 years, starting my very own studio in July 2009. even though it’s been exertions to get the place i'm now, it’s been worthy each minute and that i can in truth say i admire tattooing! i admire to aim all types and luxuriate in seeing how my paintings evolves. i'm excited to work out how my paintings will proceed to strengthen and what sort of i will push my mind's eye with regard to layout. ” 364 DAN ROOKE 366 DAN ROOKE 369 A manda Ruby Amanda Ruby used to be born and raised in Zimbabwe the place she spent 3 years at paintings collage. Her fascination with tattoos started while she arrived in England on the age of twenty-one, however it wasn’t until eventually the start of 2008 that Amanda began tattooing at Squidink Tattoo in Folkestone, Kent. “From the beginning the fervour I had for tattooing informed me it used to be what I might be doing! ” Amanda likes to mix realism and trend paintings anyplace attainable. “I love either kinds, so why now not? ” She has labored at 4 conventions within the final yr and plans to do many extra. 370 AMANDA RUBY AMANDA RUBY 373 375 J amie Ruth Jamie Ruth all started tattooing in New Orleans, Louisiana, in 1995. After a three-year apprenticeship she “went off to determine the world”. Over the subsequent ten years she tattooed in California, Holland, Germany, Borneo, Australia, New Zealand, Paris, Denmark, manhattan, Spain, Italy and Sweden. She now works at strong instances Tattoo in London. “I love making daring, vintage, enjoyable tattoos that would be lifetime keepsakes! ” 376 JAMIE RUTH 378 JAMIE RUTH 381 P aul Scarrott Paul Scarrott used to be born and raised in Cheltenham, and has been tattooing professionally considering 1998. He received his holiday at Mantra Tattoo Studio, Cheltenham, the place he has remained ever in view that, incomes an excellent popularity and dependable buyer base.

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