100 Japanese Tattoo Designs, Part II by Horimouja

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100 Japanese Tattoo Designs, Part II
by Horimouja
This book is produced by the talented Michigan tattoo artist, Jack Mosher, who is also known as "Horimouja". This particular book, Japanese Tattoo Designs Part II, is some of his most recent and polished work. It is a remarkable collection of Japanese influenced designs. It features classic Japanese icons and folklore done in Jack's traditional yet modern and original style. It contains masks, koi, warriors, stories, geisha, symbols, and animals pack this book from cover to cover.

100 Single-sided pages.

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100 Japanese Tattoo Designs, Part II by Horimouja This book is produced by the talented Michigan tattoo artist, Jack Mosher, who is also known as "Horimouja". This particular book, Japanese Tattoo Designs Part II, is some of his most recent and polished work. It is a remarkable collection of Japanese influenced designs. It features classic Japanese icons and folklore done in Jack's traditional yet modern and original style. It contains masks, koi, warriors, stories, geisha, symbols, and animals pack this book from cover to cover. 100 Single-sided pages.

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    excellent (would deserve 5 stars - without the introduction)

    are you interested in japanese tattoos? yes? then this book is definitely for you! the photographs are great. and the tattoos on display are all done by some of the greatest japanese tattoo masters. the introduction i found rather bad; very artsy fartsy. but it's only a bit more than a page long. so don't worry. the complementary text sandi fellman has written i haven't even read yet - i've been way too busy looking over and over again at the tattoos. again: if you're into tattoos and/or japanese tattoos you simply have to buy this book!

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