American Tattoos

American Tattoos

by Doug Mitchel
     
 

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Among the most Among the most visually powerful tattoos are those that can only be called American Tattoos. Whether it’s Old Glory in red white and blue spread across a bicep, or the Harley-Davidson bar and shield done in orange with a black outline, these images are among the most compelling ever seen.

This new book from Wolfgang Publications begins

Overview

Among the most Among the most visually powerful tattoos are those that can only be called American Tattoos. Whether it’s Old Glory in red white and blue spread across a bicep, or the Harley-Davidson bar and shield done in orange with a black outline, these images are among the most compelling ever seen.

This new book from Wolfgang Publications begins with a discussion of the things that define an American Tattoo. There’s the subject matter of course, but also the overall design, the style, the bold colors.

Author Doug Mitchel, (author or the best-selling Advanced Tattoo Art book) uses 144 pages of color photos to show a variety of patriotic designs and how each was created on a living canvas. Each step in the process is here, from the initial concept drawing to the last prick. The book also includes pictures of exceptional finished Tattoos, as well flash art of the highest quality.
Powerful tattoos are those that can only be called American Tattoos. Whether it’s Old Glory in red white and blue spread across a bicep, or the Harley-Davidson bar and shield done in orange with a black outline, these images are among the most compelling ever seen.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940012797575
Publisher:
Wolfgang Publications, Incorporated
Publication date:
07/24/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
13 MB
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Meet the Author

Doug Mitchel started his career as a professional journalist over 20 years ago. Today he is listed as author of over 20 books, all illustrated with his own very high quality photographs. Doug is also a regular contributor to a variety of magazines, from American Iron to Iron Works. In 2006 Doug completed his first tattoo book: Advanced Tattoo Art for Wolfgang Publications. That title has become a best seller for Wolfgang, and a valued reference book for both tattoo shops and tattoo aficionados. Doug is currently working on a new Tattoo title, in between his studio photography projects.

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