Tattoo Foto 13: Asian Style

3ntini Editore
64 pages, 256 colour photos of tattoos by international tattoo artists.

IN THIS ISSUE:
Geishas, dragons, Hannya, carp, ideograms, religious tattoos, Buddha, Ganesha, lucky charms, snakes, tigers, samurai, Oriental flowers, water waves, traditional Horimono and much more!

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ASIAN STYLE
Do you love Oriental tattoos and mythological creatures like dragons and the hannya? Are you looking for ideas and inspiration with a hint of Asian colour and aroma?
Then this is the collection for you!

Asian Style
is all about the allure of the Far East with its most beautiful tattoo themes: geishas interpreted in various styles, koi carp symbolising courage, ideograms, deities such as Buddha and Ganesha, and much more.

Asia
is the largest continent on earth. It is home to lots of different cultures and civilisations, but if we’re talking about Asian tattoos, Japan produces the most influential and widely imitated ink.

There are two main tattoo traditions in Japan: Irezumi, which was once the preserve of criminals, and Horimono, a decorative art form. Both cover the whole body, just leaving the head, hands and feet untouched.

These tattoos have conquered the West too
, discover them in Asian Style! Give in to your craving - look for inspiration among the subjects and symbols interpreted by artists from all over the world.

This magazine is avalaible with the Italian cover only.

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