Tattoo1 Tribal N° 54 – March/april 2010
This new issue of Tattoo One Tribal is jam-packed than ever: you’ll find 32 extra pages and a range of themes each featuring an introductory page on the meaning of the designs.
We have dedicated a special gallery to some of the most popular tattoo subjects such as writing, wings and angels, stars, fairies and flowers containing page upon page of photos as well as a page of beautiful colour designs for each theme, ready to be turned into tattoos.
The other tattoos presented in this issue are roses, skulls, Japanese carp and Pacific island tribals (in other words Polynesian and Maori tattoos).
Many tattoo artists can be seen on the themed pages and their work makes every section a genuine art gallery of styles, techniques and different interpretations. Our special guest this issue is Noon of Boucherie Traditionelle, a tattooist from Paris whose unique style is admired the world over.