Tattoos have grown from a once hidden, taboo art form to a ubiquitous distinction for people who want to signify their own individuality through personal works of art. Statistics say that 14 percent of Americans have at least one tattoo. This skin art lends distinction, has representational meaning for the wearer, and ranges in both size and complexity.
Erik Siuda, finalist from Spike TV’s Ink Master Season 5, brings his signature style to this varied assortment of tattoo imagery. The Big Book of Tattoo Design Coloring Book displays Siuda’s wide array of artistic influences and provides the colorist with a host of engaging designs including skulls, birds, florals, earthly elements, and much more. You’ll be immersed in an eclectic mix of tattoo styles, including Japanese and neo-traditional, for a stimulating coloring experience. This book is so rich with attractive images, you’ll want to tear out pages, bring your colored creations to your closest tattoo shop, and have your own tattoo made to match.
Regardless of whether you are a fan of body art or not, you’ll enjoy coloring the beautiful images in this book. There are more than one hundred images in this collection, with perforated pages to easily remove and display your creations. Dig out your old colored pencils, crayons, or markers and get ready to do your own inking with The Big Book of Tattoo Design Coloring Book.
|Product dimensions:||8.40(w) x 10.70(h) x 0.80(d)|
About the Author
Erik Siuda was born and raised in Brooklyn and began his art career in the early nineties world of graffiti. He attended the School of Visual Arts in New York and became an apprentice at XXX Tattoo under Sean Vasquez and Mike Bellamy. Siuda later became the manager of Red Rocket Tattoo in Levittown, New York, before opening Ghost Gallery Tattoo in Bethpage, New York. In 2014, he appeared on the SpikeTV show Ink Master and was a top-three finalist. Beyond tattooing he is passionate about painting, illustrating, and fly-fishing. He has published several coloring books and now runs the 8 Golden Falcons Tattoo Company located in Brewster, New York, where he lives.